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«REEW»S 
CONNECTICUT 

ANNUAL REGISTER, 

AND 

WLMtrt States Calendar, 



TO WHICH IS PREFIXED, 

AN ALMANAC. 

CONTAINING ALSO, 

ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS, TOWN OFFICERS, CORPORATE 
INSTITUTIO'NS FOR LITERARY AND RELIGIOUS PUR- 
POSES, STATISTICAL TABLES, AND A VARIETY OF 
OTHER INTERESTING ARTICLES. 

No. 55. 



HARTFORD: 

PUBLISHED BY SAMUEL GREEN. 

SOLD BY ALL THE BOOKSELLERS IN THE STATE, 

1845. 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1832, 

BY SAMUEL GREEN, 

in the Office of the Clerk of the District of Connecticut, 



E. GLEASON, PRINTER, 



ECLIPSES, AND TRANSTT OF MERCURY, 

IN THE YEAR 1845. 

There will be four eclipses this year — two of the 
Sun and two of the Moon, and a transit of Mercury 
across the Sou's disk. 

I. The Sun will be eclipsed on Ihe Gth of May, in 
the morning, invisible throughout the greater portion 
of the United Slates, but purtly visible in the north- 
eastern parts. At Bosion, the sun will rise 5 17 digits 
eclipsed on the northern limb, at 4h. 51m. and the 
eclipse will end at 5h. 18m. At N. Yoi k the sun will 
rise 2.23 digits eclipsed, at 4h. 54m. and the eclipse 
will end at 5h. 6m. The eclipse will be invisible in 
the southern and western States ; but visible in Green- 
land, in the British Islands, in tho greater part of 
Europe, and in part of Asia. 

II. There will be a transit of the planet Mercury 
across the southern limb of the sun, on the 8th of M iv, 
visible throughout America. Duration of the transit 
6h. 29m. 

III. The Moon will be eclipsed at the time of her 
full, on the 21st of May, in the morning, invisible in 
America. 

IV. The Sun will be eclipsed at the time of New 
Moon, on the 30lh of October, in the evening, invisi- 
ble in America; but visible in Australia and in New 
Zealand. It will he central and annular on the meri- 
dian in longitude 172 dng. 42m. east from Greenwich, 
and latitude 75 i\cg 39m. south. 

V. The Mt>on will be eclipsed on the l3ih of No- 
vember, in the evening, visible. Beginning of the 
eclipse at Hntlord, 6h. 20m., ending 9b. 38m. Du- 
ration ot the eclipse, 3li. 18rn. 

Venus will be morning star until May 16th, then 
evening star until March 23d, 1846. 



1217023 



A TABLE 

Showing the difference of High Water at several 
places from New London. 

The sixth column of each monthly page shows the 
time of high water at New London, New York, Eliza- 
bethtown Point, Tprpaulin Cove, Cape Henlopen, Cock- 
spur in Georgia, and Brunswick, in North Carolina — to 
which if you add and subtract as in the annexed table, 
you will have the time of high water at the following 
places. A. shows that the annexed quantity of time 
must be added — S. substracted — PI. stands for hours — 



NAMES OF PLACES. 


H. M. 


NAMES OF PLACES. 


N. M. 


Amboy, 


s. 


45 1 


Nantucket, 


S. 


1 30 


Annapolis, Md. 


s. 


2 


Newbury port, 


A. 


2 45 


Annapolis, Novs 


A. 


3 


New Haven, 


A. 


1 50 


Albany, 


A. 


6 30 


New Providence, 


S. 


1 25 


Block Island, 


s. 


1 17 


Norwich Landing 


,A. 


45 


New Bedford, 


s. 


1 12 


Penobscot, 


A. 


3 


Boston, 


A. 


1 25 


Pensacola, 


S. 


1 


Cape Ann, 


A. 


2 45 


Philadelphia, 


A. 


4 20 


Cape Fear, 


S. 


1 


Piscataway, 


A. 


2 40 


Casco Bay. 


A. 


2 15 


Plymouth, 


A. 


1 45 


Charleston Bar, 


S. 


2 20 


Port Royal, S:C. 


S. 


30 


Fairfield, 


A. 


2 


Portsmouth, 


A. 


2 45 


Frederica, 


S. 


1 


Providence, 


S. 


1 


Georgetown Bar 


, s. 


2 20 


Quebec, 


A. 


3 


Guilford, 


A. 


1 30 


Rhode Island, . 


s. 


45 


Halifax, 


A. 


3 


Salem, 


A. 


2 45 


Hell Gate, 


A. 


30 


Sandy Hook, 


A. 


55 


Hartford, 


A. 


2 20 


Savannah, 


s. 


1 12 


Huntington, 


A. 


2 


Saybrook, 


A. 


15 


Ipswich, 


A. 


2 45 


St. Augustine, B. 


s. 


1 25 


Jamestown, 


A. 


50 


St. Johns, Nevvf. 


A. 


3 


Louisburg, 


A. 


3 


Tybeo Bar, 


A. 


15 


Main Ocean, 


S. 


45 


Williamsburg, Va 


. A. 


2 15 


Mobile Point, 


A. 


6 


Wilmington, N. C 


.A. 


2 15 



January has 31 days, beginning on Wednesday. 
La^TQ. Id. lOh. 30m. m. ffWQ. 15d. 4h. 3m. m. 
New M. 8d. 2h. 22m. m. | Full M. 23d. 9h. 30m. m. 
Last Qr. 30d. 9h. 6m. e. 



m.|w.| Calendar, &c. 



I ©'-.|©*.|F.sealr.(§ g . 



1 


4 Circumcision. 


7 


28 4 32 


2 41 


morn. 


2 


5 I 


7 


27 


4 32 


3 30 


57 


3 


6 ? rises 4h. 58m. 


7 


27 


4 33 


4 22 


2 8 


4 


7 Sir Isaac Newton b. 1643. 


7 


2G 


4 33 


5 19 


3 19 


5 


S ? d D 


7 


26 


4 34 


6 19 


4 46 


6 


2 Epiphany. 


7 


25 


4 34 


7 22 


5 32 


7 


3 ^) in perigee. 


7 


25 


4 35 


8 2J 


sets. 


8 


4 Aldebaran so. 9h. 


7 


24 


4 35 


9 27 


5 36 


9 


5 




7 


24 


4 36 


10 26 


53 


10 


(1 




7 


23 


4 36 


11 20 


8 9 


11 


7 




7 


22 


4 37 


aft. 11 


9 15 


12 


5,1st Sunday after Epiph. 


7 


2J 


4 38 


59 


10 22 


13 


2 


7 


21 


4 39 


K46 


It 23 


14 


3 Halley died 1742 


7 


20 


4 39 


2 31 


morn. 


]5 


4 




7 


11) 


4 41 


3 17 


24 


16 


.3 


Bat. Corunna, 1809 


7 


18 


4 42 


4 3 


1 13 


17 


6 


Dr. Franklin born 1706 


7 


18 


4 42 


4 50 


2 22 


18 


7 


Bat. of Cowpens 


7 


17 


4 43 


5 37 


3 17 


19 


5 


Septuagesima Sunday 


7 


16 


4 44 


6 26 


4 14 


20 


2 




7 


15 


4 45 


7 14 


4 57 


21 


3 


J? sets 5h. 36m. 


7 


14 


4 46 


8 3 


5 41 


22 


4 


? rises 5h. 33m. 


7 


13 


4 47 


8 50 


6 51 


23 


5 


William Pitt died, 1806 


7 


12 


4 48 


9 37 


rise. 


24 


6 


Frederick the Gt. b. 1712 


7 


11 


4 49 


10 23 


6 35 


25 


7 


Conversion of St. Paul. 


7 


10 


4 50 


U 8 


7 36 


26 


s 


3d after Epiphany. 


7 


9 


4 51 


11 53 


8 38 


27 


o 




7 


8 


4 52 


morn. 


9 42 


28 


3 




7 


7 


4 53 


39 


10 48 


29 


4 


Geo. III. died, 1820 


7 


6 


4 54 


1 27 


11 54 


30 


5 


Charles I. beheaded 1649 


7 


5 


4 55 


2 17 


morn. 


31 


6 


Ben Johnson born, 1574. 


7 


4 


4 56 


3 11 


1 2 



CALENDAR OF THE COURTS 

IN CONNECTICUT — ARRANGED MONTHLY. 

SUPER LOR COURTS. 

At Hartford, last Tuesday. At New Haven and Brooklyn, 

* 4th Tuesday. 



Fi> 



February has 23 days, beginning on Saturday, 
vv Moon Gd. lh. 44m. e. Full Moon 221, lh. m. 
st Q<\ 14{.0h. lO.ii. m. 



M. 


rt' 


| Calendar, &c. 


ISH 


J 


7 




7 2 


£ 


6 


Shrove Sunday 


7 1 


3 


2 


11 in Perihelion 


7 


4 


3 


5's gr. elong. W 


6 59 


6 


4 


Ash Wednesday. 


6 57 


e 


5 




6 56 


? 


6 


k 


6 55 


V 


7 




6 54 


s 


iS* Ht Sunday in Lent. 


6 53 


ID 


2 Queen Victoria mar. 1840 


6 51 


M 


3- Sinus south 8h. 67m 


6 50 


12 


4 Great eel. of the Sun, 1831 


6 49 


13 


5 ? rises 5h. 57m 


6 48 


U 


6 Valentine's day. 


6 40 


u 


T| > in Apogee 


6 45 


16 


S2.I Sunday in Lent. 


6 44 


17 


a 


Ghent Treaty rat. 1815 


6 42 


18 


3 


Martin Luther died, 1546 


6 41 


18 


4 




6 40 


20 


5 




6 38 


21 


6 Robert Hall died, 1S31 


6 37 


22 


7] Washington horn, 1732 


G 36 


23 


S "*d Sunday iu Lent 


6 34 


24 


2S\ Matthew. 


6 33 


25 


3 Bonap. ese. fr. Elba, 1815 


6 32 


20 


4 




6 30 


t* 


5 


$ rises 5h. 56m. 


G 29 


2< ( ; 


6 




6 28 



4 ft* 


4 59 


5 00 


5 1 


5 S 


5 4 


5 5 


5 f 


5 7 


5 9 


5 10 


5 11 


5 12 


5 14 


5 15 


5 16 


5 18 


5 19 


5 20 


5 22 


5 23 


5 24 


5 2G 


5 27 


5 28 


5 30 


5 31 


5 32 



r^ea) 
4 7 



4 

57 

4^ 

1 I 36 

aft. 23 

1 10 

1 56 

2 44 



31 

20 
8 
56 
4' 
31 

8 18 

9 4 
9 50 

10 27 
1 1 25 
;noi n. 

15 

1 8, 

2 31 



2 ~9 

3 12 

4 15 

5 10 
sots. 

5 45 

6 51 

7 59 
9 5 

10 8 

ii 12 

morn. 

10 

1 9 

2 1 

2 53 

3 36 



17 
55 
30 



rise?. 

6 30 

7 25 

8 20 

9 37 
10 55 
morn. 

2 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 3J Tuesday. Middletown, 4th, do. 
Fairfield, 2-1 do. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Norwich [••] 2d Tuesday. 



March has 31 days, beginnin g on Saturday. 
List Qr. Id. 5h72fim. m . j First Qr. 15d. 9a. 5m. E. 
New Moon 8d. lh. 48m. m. | Ful! Moon 23d. 3h. 3lm.E. 
Last Qr. 30d. Oh. 13m. r._ 

(§)s- |F. sea|r.(§s. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

• 5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

1 

16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
2G 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



Calendar, &c. 
St." David 
4th Sunday in Lent 
J) perijree 
Pr. Madison born, 1751 



7* 'a set 7h.38 

5th Sunday in Lent. 
? in Aphelion 



Dr. Priestley born, 1733 
p, Klopstock died, 1803 
7 Gen. Jackson born, 1767 
S Palm Sunday. 
2 St. Patrick 



Spring commences 
Good Friday 

Easter Sunday 
Q. Elizabeth d'ed, 1603 
Annunciation 13. V. M. 
Pririt'g. bro'tto En p. 1471 
Peace of Amiens, 1802 
) perig. Raphael b. 1483 

2d Sunday after Easter 



|©r 


6 26 


6 25 


6 23 


6 22 


6 21 


6 J 9 


5 18 


6 16 


6 15 


6 14 


6 12 


6 11 


6 10 


6 8 


6 7 


6 5 


6 4 


6 3 


6 1 


6 


5 58 


5 57 


5 56 


5 54 


5 5'3 


5 51 


5 50 


5 4 


5 47 


5 46 


5 45 



5 34 
5 35 
5 37. 
5 38 
5 39 
5 41 
5 42 
5 44 
5 45 
5 46 



1 1 

o; 2 



4 59 2 58 



5 56 

6 52 

7 46 

8 3? 

9 25 
10 13 
U 



5 48 11 48 



aft. 35 

1 23 

2 12 

3 

3 47 

4 36 

5 23 
G 10 

6 5(i 



49 
50 
52 

53 
55 
5*3 
57 
59 



2 

3 

4 9 1.8! rises. 

6 10 8 7 3* 

7U 1 

9 U 5 7 



3 50 

4 33 

5 10 

sefs. 

6 47 

7 52 

8 54 

9 55 
10 55 
,1 49 
norn. 

42 

1 57 

2 12 

2 43 

3 28 

4 1 



7 42! 4 33 

8 29 5 2 



6 10 morn. 
5 110 53 
•3 13 1 55 

5 14 2 54 

6 15 3 51 



8 41 

9 55 
10 59 
norn. 

4 

56 

1 43 



SUPERIOR COURT.— At Norwich, 3d Tuesday. 
COUNTY COURTS. 
At Brooklyn, 1st Tuesday, At New.Hnven, 3d do. 
At Harford, 4th do. At Tolluid, 4iu do. 



April has 30 days, beginning on Tuesday. 

NcwMoorT6d.2h.52m.E. I Full moon 2'2d. 2h. 24m. m. 
First qr. 14 d. 4'i. 35m. e. [ Last Qr. 28d. 6h- 32m. e. 
Culendar7~&c. JQ r7 | fv)T | FT^T 



m|w | 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 

6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
20 
27 
28 
29 
30 



'•(is. 



Bat. of Copenhagen, 1801 
prises lh.46 
Mercury in Perihelion 

? 6 > 

iS 3d Sunday after Easier. 
Elector's Meet, in Conn. 
Regulus s. 8h. 51 



Grotius born, 1583 
George Canning b. 1770 
) in apogee. 
4th Sunday after Easter. 



Buffon died, 1788 
Merc. gr. elongation, E. 

Tj> rises 2h. 40.m. 

5th Sunday after Easter. 



Spica so. llh. 8. 
3) in perigee 
2 rises 5h. 5. 
prises lh. 18. 
Rogation Sunday 
Chaucer died, 1434 

Washington 1st Pres. 1789 



43 
42 
41 
39 
38 
3G 
35 
34 
32 
31 
30 
28 
27 
26 
24 
23 
22 
21 
19 
18 
17 
15 
14 
13 
12 
li 
9 
8 
7 
6 



6 17 

6 18 
6 19 

6 21 

6 22 
6 24 



6 33 

6 34 

36 

3? 
38 



6 51 
6 52 
6 53 
6 54 



4 46 


5 39 


6 29 


7 18 


8 5 


8 52 


9 33 


10 27 


11 15 


aft. 4 


53 


1 41 


2 29 


3 16 


4 2 


4 47 


5 53 


6 19 


7 6 


7 5 r 


8 49 


9 45 


10 45 


11 45 


mom. 


46 


1 46 


2 43 


3 36 


4 27 



2 28 

3 9 

3 42 

4 13 
4 43 
sets.. 

7 41 

8 41 

9 39 

10 32 

11 22 
morn. 

6 
49 



1 18 

1 59 

2 29 

3 

3 31 

4 1 
4 31 



rises. 

8 46 

9 49 

10 53 

11 43 
morn, 

32 

1 10 
1 46 



SUPERIOR COURT, 
At Tolland, 3d. Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Haddam, Tuesday following first Monday. 

At Litchfield, 2d Tuesday. 



May has 31 days, beginning on Thursday. 



New Moon 6d. 5h. 9m. m. 


Full Moon 2 Id. llh. 7m. m. 


First Qr. 14d. 9h 20m m. 


Last Qr. 23d. lh. 35m. M. 


w. 


M 


.| Calendar, &c. 


©^ 


©s.jF. se;.|r.(fs. 


*1 


5 


Ascension. 


5 5 


6 55 5 15 


1 2 I** 


2 


6 


$ rises 4h. 50 


5 3 


6 57 6 2 


2 46 


3 


7 




5 2 


6 58 6 48 


3 15 


4 


S 


1st Sunday after Asc. 


5 1 


6 59 7 35 


3 46 


5 


2 




5 


7 8 21 


4 19 


6 


3 


<v> clipsed. invisible 


4 59 


7 i\ 9 21 


sets. 


7 


4 


Election at Hartford 


4 58 


7 2 9 58 


8 26 


8 


5 


Transit of Mercury, vis. 


4 57 


7 3 10 46 


9 12 


9 


6 




4 56 


7 4 1 1 35 


9 59 


10 


7 


"5 in apog. Judge Trum- 


4 55 


7 5 aft. 23 


10. 44 


1! 


5, Whitsunday, [bull d. 1831 


4 54 


7 6 1 10 


11 26 


12 


2 


Davbreak2h 45m. 


4 53 


7 . 7 1 56 
7 8 2 41 


11 58 


13 


3 




4 52 


morn. 


14 


4 


Vaccination used, 1796 


4 51 


7 9 3 25 


30 


15 


5 




4 50 


7 10 4 10 


59 


16 


6 


Arcturus so. 9h 


4 49 


7 11 4 56 


1 28 


17 


7 Dr. Jenner born, 1749 


4 48 


7 12, 5 43 


2 2 


18 


S Trinity Sunday 


4 47 


7 13 6 34 


2 36 


19 


2 Alioth so. 9h 


4 46 


7 14 7 28 


3 8 


20 


3 


4 45 


7 J5 1 8 27 


3 40 


21 


4 (|jl) eclipsed, invis. 


4 44 


7 16 9 27 


rise. 


22 


5 Corpus Ciiristi 


4 43 


7 17 10 30 


8 40 


23 


6 I 


4 42 


7 18 it 33 


9 35 


24 


7 Queen Victoria born, 1819 


4 42 


7 18 morn. 


10 30 


25 


8 1st Sunday after Trinity 


4 41 


7 19 


33 


tl 10 


26 


2b^)' 


4 40 


7 20 


1 30 


11 46 


27 


3 




4 39 


7 21 


2 33 


morn. 


23 


4 




4 39 


7 21 


3 1*3 


20 


29 


5 


^ stationary 


4 38 


7 22 


4 


£0 


30 


6 




4 37 


7 23 


4 47 


1 19 


31 


7 




4 37 


7 23 


5 33 


1 51 



No Courts holden this month, 



June has 30 days, beginning on Sunday. 



New Moon, 4d. 8I1. 20m e. 


Full M< on 19d. 6h. 33n». E . 


Flirt Qr. 12d.l0ii54m. E. 


La 


st Qr. 26J.10b.43m. m. 

[©..IQ.IF.sen.l-.^s: 


M.|\V 


.| Calendar, iS,c. 


T~ 


* 


2d Sunday af'er Trinity. 


4 36 


7 24 


6 19 


2 21 


2 


2 


Wnus sets 7h. 40 


4 36 


7 24 


7 6 


2 55 


3 


3 


J rises Mb. 38 


4 35 


7 25 


7 44 


3 26 


4 


4 


Merc. gr. elongation W. 


4 34 


7 26 


8 42 


sets. 


5 


i 




4 34 


7 26 


9 31 


8 1 


6 


6 


Pr. CobourgK. Belg. 1831 


4 33 


7 27 


10 19 


8 45 


7 




Spica so. 8h. 12 


4 33 


7 27 


11 6 


9 23 


8 


Is 


3d Sunday after Trinity. 


4 32 


7 28 


11 53 


10 


9 


2 




4 32 


7 28 


aft. 38 


10 31 


10 


3 


prises llh. 8 


4 32 


7 28 


1 22 


11 1 


1] 


4 




4 31 


7 29 


2 5 


11 30 


12 


5 


Collins the Poet d. 1759 


4 31 


7 29 


2 19 


11 56 


13 


6 




4 31 


7 29 


3 35 


morn. 


14 


7 


Battle of Marengo, 1300 


4 31 


7 29 


4 22 


26 


15 


S 


4th Sunday altnr 1 rimty. 


4 3 


7 29 


5 13 


59 


16 


s 


Great eclipse of © 1806 


4 31 


7 29 


6 8 


1 32 


17 


3 


Battle of Bunkerhill, 1776 


4 30 


7 30 


7 7 


2 18 


18 


q 


vVar with England, 1812 


4 30 


7 30 


8 9 


3 4 


19 


?, 


4 rises lh. 35 


4 30 


7 30 


9 13 


rises. 


20 


6 




4 30 


7 30 


10 16 


8 16 


21 


7' 


]) in Perigee. 


4 30 


7 30 


11 Id 


9 3 


22 


-V 


Summer begins. 


4 30 


7 30 


morn. 


9 44 


23 2 


Vh Sunday alter Trinity. 


4 30 


7 30 


13 


10 20 


24 3 


ikenside died, 1770 


4 29 


7 31 


I 16 


10 53 


25 4 


t. John ijjpti.-t. 


4 29 


7 31 


! 50 


il 24 


26 5 


Venus sets Sir, 16 


4 2j 


7 31 


2 4 4 


11 54 


27 6 


L)r. D-jdd executed, 1777 


4 2. 


7 31 


3 32 


morn. 


28 7 1 


llubens born, 1577 


4 2-» 


7 31 


4 17 


24 


29.9,4 n Sunday alter Trinity 


4 2j 


7 31 


5 -4 


57 


%2 'William Ft^sooe died. 183114 29 


7 31 


5 51 


1 37 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 
At Hartford, 2d Tuesday. At Lit ch Be hi. 3d Tuesday. 

At Danbury, [a] 4ib do. At Now Haven, Tuesday 
following 4fh Trimklay. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At New London, 2j Tuesday. At New Haven, 4Ui do. 



July Ins 31 day?, boginnin<r on Tuesday. 



New rto mi 4 I. il:i. 4 ).n. m 


F..II VloiMi I9d li.l5.n. e. 


First 


Q.\ 12 1 9 1. 3oai. M. 


Last Q.25d. 10 ..31'h.m. 


Calendar, &c. 


r. \§b. |Fulls.jr.f)8. 


1 


3 ?sets 8h. 21 


4 32 7 28 


6 39 2 14 


2 


4 




4 32|7 28 


7 28 3 1 


3 


5 




4 32 7 28 


8 16' 3 48 


4 


6 Independence decl. 1776 


4 337 27 


9 4 sets. 


5 


•7| 


4 33|7 27 


9 51 8 1 


6 


5 


7th Sunday after Trin. 


4 33,7 27 


10 3f)| 8 33 


7 


l 2 




4 34|7 26 


11 20 9 4 


8 


3 




4 34 7 26 


aft. 4 1 9 33 


94 


^2 rises 9h. 7m. 


4 357 25 


4810 2 


iob 


Calvin born, 1509 


4 36 7 24 


1 32,10 30 


MB 




4 36J7 24 


2 17 11 


12 7 


Ant ares so. 8h. 47. 


4 37.7 23 


3 5 U30 


13 S 3 h San. after Trin. 


4 33 7 '22 


3 56 


morn. 


14 2 French revo. com. 1789 


4 38 7 22 


4 51 


8 


I53i [17794 397 21 


5 50 


57 


16 4 Siony P. taken by Wayne, 4 40 1 7 20 


6 52 


1 45 


17 5 Dr. Watts born, 1747 U 4»» 7 20 


7 55 


2 49 


18 6 


Bishop S:ie.l>ckdied,1761'4 4l|7 19 


8 57 


3 54 


19 7 


3) in perigee 


4 42'7 18 


9 57 


rises. 


20 .V 9,!i Sunday after Trin. 


4 437 17 


10 51 


8 15 


21 2 


Mercury stationary 


4 437 17 


11 46 


8 50 


22 3 




4 44,7 16 


morn. 


■9 22 


23 4 




4 45 7 15 


36 


9 56 


24 5 




4 4i|7 14 


1 25 


10 28 


25 6 


Dog days begin 


4 47|7 13 


2 13 


11 2 


26 7 


U6 ) 


4 43 17 U 


3 


11 35 


27 1* 


10th S.inday after Trinity. 


4 49 7 11 


3 48 


norn. 


28 2 


Li rises lib. 15 


4 50|7 10 


4 36 


14 


2M 


$ rises 8h. 46 


4 £ 1 7 9 


5 21 


57 


30 4 




4 52)7 8 


6 13 


1 48 


31 


5 


]) in a;>o(T~p. 


4 557 7 


7 1 


2 32 



SUPRKME COURT OF ERRORS. 

At Middlctovvn, [ ] 2d Tuesday. At New London, [a] 
Si Tuesday. At Brooklyn, 4th do. 
At Tulland, Tuesday after the 4th do. 







August has 31 days, beginning 


on Friday. 




JNew Moon 3d 2h. 3bm. m. 


Full Moon 17ii.»i».27m.M. 


Firnt Qr. lOd. 5li.51m. e. 


Last Qr.24d. lh. 34m. e. 


M, 


w | Calendar. &c. \Qr. | <v)s | F.sea|r.(<jP)s. 


1 


6 




4 54 7 6 7 4d 3 28 


2 


7 


? sets 8h. 14 


4 55 7 5, 8 34 


4 U 


3 


S 


11th Sund. after Trinity. 


4 56,7 4 


9 19 


sets. 


4 


2 




4 577 3 10 3 


7 38 


5 


3 


$ rises 8h. 18 


4 58 7 2 10 47 


8 5 


6 


4 


Lyra so. 9h. 26 


4 59 


7 1 11 31 


8 35 


7 


5 


(v) slow clock 6m. 


5 


7 Oait.16 


9 5 


8G 


Ben Johnson died, 1637 


5 1 


6 59 


1 5 


9 35 


97 


Louis Philippe, K. Fr.1830 


5 2 


6 58 


1 5210 12 


MS 


Jltli Sund. after Trinity. 


5 4 


6 56 


2 4410 49 


lite 


Regulus sets 7h. 18 


5 5 6 55 


3 39 11 35 


123 




5 6 6 54 


4 48' morn. 


134 


Venus in aphelion 


5 7 6 53 


5 38 31 


145 




5 8 6 52 


6 30 1 38 


15 6 


Nap. Bonaparte born,1769 


5 96 51 


7 39 2 46 


16 


7 




5 1016 50 


8 36 1 4 


17 


s 


13ih after Trinity. 


5 126 48 


9 21 jise. 


18 


2 




5 136 47 


10 13 7 10 


19 


3 


Gurrier taken, 1812 


5 146 46 


11 14 7 52 


so 


4 




5 16 6 44 


morn. 8 25 


21 


5 




5 17,6 43 


4 8 58 


22 


6 


Brit. land, on L. Isl. 1776 


5 18 6 42 


53 9 35 


23 


7 


Wilson, Ornithol. d. 1813 


5 196 41 


1 42 10 12 


"24 


S 


14th after Trinity. 


5 21 6 39 


2 30 10 54 


25 


2 


Dr. Herschel died, 1822 


5 22 6 38 


3 19 


11 40 


2o 


3 




5 23 


6 37 


4 8 


morn. 


27 


4 


Battle on L. Island, 1776 


5 25 


6 35 


4 46 


30 


28 


5 




5 26 


6 34 


5 43 


1 1 21 


29 


6 


St. John Bap. beheaded. 


5 27 6 33 


6 30 


, 2 17 


30 


7 


Fomalhaut so. Oh. 12 


5 28,6 32 


7 15 


3 13 


31 


S 


15th after Trinity. 




5 30 


6 30 


8 


4 12 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 3d Tuesday. At Haddam, 4th do. 

COUNT Y COURTS. 

At Hartford, Brooklyn and Danbury, 2d Tuesday. 

At Tolland, 4th Tuesday, 



September has 30 days, beginning on Monday. 



New Moon Id. 4h. 45m. e. 
First Qr. 9d. Oh. 34m. m. 



ail Moon 15d. 5h. 23. e. 
ast Qr. 23.1. 7h. 35m. m. 



M.|w.| Calendar, &c. 



m 



12 ? sets 7h. 40 

2|3 Oliver Cromwell d. 1658 

341 ^ so. 16h.57. 

4'5'lst Cong, at Philad. 1774 

5 6 'Lyra so. 7h. 30 



0s.|P. s 
5 31,6~ 



16th after Trinity. 
Dr. Mitchell died, 1831 



10 4 Battle on L. Erie, 1813 
llJ5|Battle on L. Champ. 1814 
12'6'f) in Perigee. 
13 7 Gen. Wolfe killed, 1759 



US 
15 2 
163 

174 
185 
196 
20 7 
2iS 

22 2 

23 3 
244 
255 
26 6 
27,7 
28 S 



17th after Trinity. 
$ sets 7h. 23 



's. rise8h. 14 



18th after Trinity, 
Autumn begins. © ent. sq= 
(§> in Apogee. 



Philadelphia taken, 1777 

O fast clock 8m. 

19rh after Trinity. 
29 2 |St. Michael. 
30 Sill rises 7h. 5 



32 6 

5 33J6 

5 35 6 

5 36 6 

386 

396 

40,6 

416 

426 

5 44 6 

5 46J6 

47,6 

48|6 

49 6 



29 8 
28' 9 
27 10 
25,11 
24 11 
22 aft.. 



55J6 
56 6 
53 ! 6 
59 6 
10 5 
25 

3 5 

4 5 
65 

7 \ 5 
95 

105 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

9 

10 

611 

5 mo 



;ea |r.(H>3. 
45 sets- 
20 6 33 
14 7 6 
l| 7 39 
50 8 8 
.411 8 57 
35 9 38 

31 10 24 
29 11 25 
28 morn. 
26 1 30 
23 1 41 
18 2 51 
10J 4 4 

2 rises. 
50 6 21 
42 6 57 

32 7 32 
8 12 

8 51 

9 37 
10 23 

49 11 15 
37 morn. 
24| 8 
10 1 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 
At Norwich, 2d Tuesday. At Hartford, 4th do. 



October has 31 days, beginning on Wrdnosrl y. 

INew Al. Id. 6i>. IOmi.m" I FullM. liird. 5h. 8rri. m 7" 

First Qr. 8d. 6h. 40m. m. | Last Q. . 23d. 3n. 25m. m. 

New M)on 30.1.6 r. 55m. ai. 



M.|w | Cdloiidar, &,e. | i) 


i | © s.|F.sea.| 


'••(§s. 


*I~4 London Univer.'op'd 1828 6 


12 5 48 8 57 


sets. 


fc|5 Mai. Andre exec. 17^0 


G 


13 5 47 9 4 


6 14 


361 


6 


165 45 10 36 


6 50 


4 7 Fomalhautso. lOh. 


6 


165 44 11 30 


7 34 


5 S 20th Sund. after Trinity. 6 


17 5 43 aft. 27 


S 25 


6 2 Peace with England, 1783 6 


19 5 41; 1 2"- 


9 22 


7 3 Wis rise 7h. 17 |6 


20 5 40) 2 23 


10 26 


8 4 1 © in Perigee. J6 


21 5 39! 3 2 i 


11 33 


9:5 Antares so. 7h. 44 \6 


23 5 37 4 16 


morfr. 


106 


6 


24 5 S£\ 5 10 


42 


lip 


America disc. 1492. O. S. ! 6 


26 5 34| 6 k 


1 51 


12 S 2lst Sunday aficr Trinity. 6 


27 5 33. 6 52 


3 


l3 2'Murat shot, 1815 6 


28 5 32 7 42 


4 12 


143! ^ so. 7l>. 23 6 


305 30 8 31 


5 24 


l5'4l© fast of clock 13m. 45 6 


31 5 29; 9 21 


rises. 


16 5| U 6 ) £ stationary '6 


32 5 28 10 11 


6 8 


17|6 Burgoyne surrend. 1777 ,6 


335 27 11 1 


fi 49 


18 7 Si. Luke. ! 6 


35 5 25 11 51 


7 30 


19 S 22d Sunday after Trini. *6 


36 5 24 morn. 


8 19 


20 2 1 6 


38 5 22 


41 


9 8 


21 3 Battle of Trafalgar, 1805 6 


39 5 21 


1 9 


10 2 


22 4 


6 


40 5 ".0 


2 17 


10 55 


23 o 


$ sets 9n 50 6 


425 18 


3 3 


11 52 


24 6 


Edict of Nantz revo. 1685 6 


435 17 


4 48 


morn. 


25 7 


Battle of Agincourt, 1415 6 


445 16 


4 35 


50 


26 S 


23d Sunday after Trinity, 6 


45 


5 15 


5 13 


1 48 


272 


6 


47 


5 14 


6 


2 47 


28 3 


I? so. 6h.S2. St. Sim. & J. 6 


4fc 


5 13 


6 47 


3 51 


294 


Spanish Pat. defeat. 1830 6 


49 


5 11 


7 35 


4 56 


30 5 


Sun eclipsed, invisible. 6 


51 


5 9 


8 26 


sets. 


31 6 


6 


52 


5 8 


9 20 


5 28 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, 1st Tuesday. At Nuw- Haven, 2d do. 

At Dttnburv, l*t do. At. Tolland, 3d ditto, 

' COUNTY COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 2d Tuesday. At Middletown, 3d do. 



Novfmber has 30 days, beginning on Saturday. 



jrirst. Qr 6d. Iti. 27m. E. 
FuH M. 13d. 8h. 7m. e. 



Last Qr.21.1. llh.33-n.E. 
New jVI . 29d. 6h. 51m. m. 



"I 


w 


C ilend.u , &L/C. 


0* 


9?. 


*>a. 


r (|s. 


1 


i i ah £amit>. 


6 


63 


1 


7,10 17 6 18 


2 


S 24th at'ier Trinity. 


8 


54 


5 


6 


11 17, 7 15 


3 


2 


) in perigee 


6 


55 


5 


5 


aft. 17 8 16 


4 


3 


Win. II. land, in Eng.16°8 


6 


5* 


5 


4 


1 161 9 28 


5|4 


Gunpow. Plot disc. 1605 


6 58 


5 


3 


2 12 10 34 


6 5 


V o 


6 


5 V 


5 


2 


3 7,11 43 


7,6 


Uo. 7h. 20 


Tf 


t 


5 


1 


3 53 morn. 


8;7 


Cortez ent. Mexico, 1519 


7 


1 


4 





4 48 50 


9 ! S 


25»ii alter Trinity. 


7 


3 


1 


59 


5 37 


1 58 


10 2 


$ in aphelion. 


r 


4 


4 


57 


6 25 


3 4 


11 3 


7*'s south Oh. 32 


7 


5 


4 


5G 


7 14 


4 8 


12 4 




7 


6 


4 


5o 


8 3 


5 12 


13 5 


(§> eclipsed, visible 


7 


7 


4 


5: 


8 53 


rises. 


14 6 


?se<s 7Y 17 


3 


7 


4 


53 


9 43 5 23 


15 7 


T>e«t* lOli. 21 


7 


t 


! 


51 


10 33 


6 7 


16 S 26ih after Trinity. 


7 


]V 


4 


50 


li 22 


6 57 


17 2 Daybreak 5h. 24m. 


7 


Jl 


1 


44, 


morn 


7 53 


18 3 O satfc lock 14m. 13 


7 


IS 


4 


48 


10 


8 45 


19 4 1 *^> in Apogee. 


7 


13 


J 


47 


57 


9 41 


20 5 Cape G. Hope doub. 1498 


7 


14 


4 


46 


1 42 10 36 


21 6 




7 


15 


4 


45 


2 26 11 31 


22 7 


Massacre at St. Dcm. 1791 


7 


V] 


4 


44 


3 9 morn. 


23 8,27111 alter Trinity. 


7 


11 


4 


43 


3 52 


27 


24-2 




7 


18 


4 


42 


4 37 


1 34 


25 3 


i sets 7H.35. 


7 


19 


4 


41 


5 23 


2 37 


26 4 


Ksets 9h. 39m. 


7 


10 


4 


41 


6 12 


3 38 


2~ 5 Sirius rises 9b. 19 


7 


2C 


4 


40 


7 4 


4 41 


28 6' 


7 


£ 2l 


4 


3:: 


8 1 


5 44 


2f|7 | Revolution in Poland,1830,7 


22 


4 


38 


9 


sets. 


3(i 


6 


[Advent Sunday. 


7 


^3 


4 


38 


10 2 


6 4 



COUNTY COURTS. 



At Hartford, 2d Tuesdny. At Norwich, 2d ditto. 
At New Haven, 4lh do. 



December has 31 days, beginning on Monday. 



First Qr. 5<1. lOh. 4m. E. 
Full M.13d. lh.55 m. e. 



Last l^r. Xid. (ili. 35n 
New M.28d. 6h. 5m. 



M | W 


Calendar, &c. j&ri.l <v)p.| K.sea.lr.(§3, 


~1~2 


$ sets 7h. 34 


7 23 


4 37 11 4 


7 8 


2|3 


Bat. of Austerlitz, 1805 


7 24 


4 36 


aft. 4 


8 20 


34 


Revolution in Eng. 1688 


7 24 


4 36 


1 1 


9 31 


45 




7 25 


4 35 


1 55 


10 42 


66 


2f so. 9h. 17 


7 25 


4 35 


2 46 


11 52 


6 


7 




7 26 


4 34 


3 35 


morn. 


7 


S 


2d Sunday in Advent. 


7 26 


4 34 


4 23 


58 


82 




7 27 


4 33 


5 11 


2 2 


93 




7 2fi 


4 33 


5 59 


3 5 


104 


Mercury greatest elong. E. 


7 28 


4 32 


6 48 


4 3 


115 




7 28 


4 32 


7 37 


5 2 


12 6 




7 29 


4 31 


8 27 


6 2 


isJ7 


Dr. Johnson died, 1781 


7 29 


4 31 


9 16 


rises. 


14 8 


3d Sunday in Advent. 


7 29 


4 31 


10 5 


5 42 


152 




1 29 


4 31 


10 52 


6 36 


163 


Tea destr. in Boston, 1773 


7 3u 


4 30 


11 37 


7 29 


174 




7 30 


4 30 


morn. 


8 26 


185 


Mercury stationary 


7 30 


4 30 


22 


9 23 


196 


Fort Niagara taken, 1813 


7 30 


4 30 


1 5 


10 22 


20,7 


$ great, elong. E. 


7 30 


4 30 


1 48 


11 20 


21 S 


4lh Sunday in Advent. 


7 3( 


4 30 


2 31 


morn. 


222 


Winter begins 


7 30 


4 30 


3 15 


20 


933 




7 30 


4 30 


4 1 


1 22 


24 


4 




7 30 


4 30 


4 50 


2 24 


25 


5 


Christmas Day. 


7 30 


4 30 


5 43 


3 31 


266 


St. Stephen. 


7 29 


4 31 


6 40 


4 38 


27 


7 


St. John, Ev. 


7 29 


4 31 


7 40 


5 45 


28 


v^ 


1st Sunday afier Chr. 


7 29 


4 31 


8 43 


sets. 


29 


2 


Capture of the Java, 1812 


7 29 


4 31 


9 45 


5 55 


30 


3 


1± south 7h. 19 


7 28 


4 32 


10 46 


7 10 


314 


? 6 >. h6 ) 


7 28 


4 32 


11 44 


8 25 



COUNTY COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, 2d Tuesday Litchfield, 3d do. 
At Tolland, 4th do. At Fairfield, 2d do. 



GOVERNMENT OF CONNECTICUT. 
2Sf:ectttfi)e licpartmeut* 

ROGER SHERMAN BALDWIN, Governor. 

Salary $1100. 

REUBEN BOOTH, Lieutenant Governor. 

Salary $300. 

JOSEPH B. GILBERT, Treasurer. 

Salary $1000. 

DANIEL P. TYLER, Secretary. 
Salary $84 and Fees of Office. 

ABIJAH CARRINGTON, Comptroller of Pub. j^ccUs. 

Salary $1000. 

SETH P. BEERS, Commissioner of the School Fund. 

Salary $1250. 

EDWARD L. BALDWIN, Executive Secretary. 

PHILIP RIPLEY, 1"jTj. 4 

HARVEY SEYMOUR, \ JluaUors ' 



aefifoiattfce Brpartmeut* 




SENATORS. 


District No. 1. Romeo Lowrey. 


u 


2. George Plumraer. 


it 


3. Tracy Peck. 


it 


4. Nelson Newton. 


II 


5. Norton J. Buel. 


It 


6. Samuel Spencer. 


it 


7. Noyes Billings. 


it 


8. Charles W. Rockwell 


It 


9. Richard E. Selden. 


♦t 


10. Thomas B. Osborn. 


It 


11. EliT. Hoyt. 


It - 


12. Darius Mead. 



18 SENATORS REPRESENTATIVES. 

" 13. Mowrey Burgess. 

" 14. William Lyon, 3d. 

" 15. Abijah Catlin. 

* 16. Silas Hoadley. 

« 17. Philo Kellogg. 

« 18. Henry D. Smith. 

" 19. Henry Taintor. 

!* 20. Orson Wood. 

" 21. Sessions Lawson. 

Nelson L. White, Secretary, 
Jesse Knevals, Messenger. 
David H. Carr, Assistant Messenger. 
Elihu Monson, Door-keeper. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

CHARLES J. McCURDY, Speaker. 
Lucius G. Peck, > n 1 

Charles H. Tuthill, \ ^ Lerks ' 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford, James Dixon, L William Stuart. 

Avon, Harry Chidsey. 

Berlin, James B. Carpenter, Marcellus Clark. 

Bloomfield, Elisha Moore. 

Bristol, Irenus Atkins. 

Burlington, Jairus Thompson. 

Canton, Thomas H. Wells. 

East Hartford, James Fitch, Daniel Winslow. 

East Windsor, Bezaleel Sexton, Harvey Elmer. 

Enfield, Erastus Olmsted, Jabez T. Taylor. 

Farmington.* 

Glastenbury, Henry Dayton, Nathan Pierson. 

Granby, Stephen W. Cornwell, Charles Holcomb, 2d. 

Hartland, John Church, 2d., Reuben Cook. 

Marlborough, Lewis W. Mcintosh. 

Manchester, Marvin Cone. 

Simsbury, Justin A. Bradley, Job Case. 

* Where Representatives were not chosen, left vacant. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 19 

Southington, Isaac Shepherd, Mansfield Merriman. 
Rocky Hill, Roderick Grimes. 
Suffield, Allen Loomis, Gamaliel Fuller. 
Wethersfield, Ashbel Robertson, Roger Welles. 
Windsor, Sidney Bovver, Eli Phelps. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

New Haven, Eleazer K. Foster, Marcus Merriman, Jr. 

Bethany, Guy Perkins. 

Branford, William Rogers. 

Cheshire, Edward A. Cornwall. 

Derby, David Bassett. 

East Haven, Daniel Smith. 

Guilford.* 

Hamden, Abial Leonard. 

Meriden, James S. Brooks. 

Madison, Frederick Foster. 

Middlebury, Charles Townsend. 

Milford, Selah Strong, John Burns, Jr. 

North Branford, Alfred Rose. 

North Haven, Merrit Barnes. 

Orange, William T. Grant. 

Oxford, Sheldon Church. 

Prospect, Luther Morse. 

Southbury.* 

Wallingford, Malachi Cook, Philo Parker. 

Waterbury, Scovill M. Buckingham. 

Wolcott, Moses Pond. 

Woodbridge, Bevil P. Smith. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 
New London, Christo. C. Comstock, And. C. Lippett. 
Norwich, Zebulon R. Robbins, Roger Huntington. 
Bozrah, David H. Waterman. 
Colchester, Daniel Taylor, Asahel Brown. 
East Lyme, Job Tubbs. 
Franklin, Joshua Tracy. 
Griswold, Joseph Leonard. 
Groton, Caleb M. Williams, Belton A. Copp. 
Lebanon, Edmund Harding, Daniel L. Sherman. 



20 REPRESENTATIVES. 

Ledyard, Jacob Gallup. 

Lisbon, Henry R. Robbins. 

Lyme, Charles J. McCurdy, Samuel S. Warner. 

Montville, Henry C. Beardslee. 

North Stonington, Latham Hull, Charles S. Brown. 

Preston, John P. Gates, Albert G. Ayers. 

Salem,* 

Stonington, Jesse D. Noyes, Elias B. Brown. 

Waterford, Philip Morgan. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield, Robert Wilson, Jonathan Bulkley. 

Danbury, Hiram L. Sturdevant, William C. Shepherd. 

Bridgeport, Alexander Hamilton. 

Brookfield, John Hawley. 

Darien, Gilbert C. Waterbury. 

Greenwich, Conklin Husted, Augustus Mead. 

Huntington, William A. Judson. 

Monroe, Cyrus H. Beardsley. 

New Canaan.* 

New Fairfield.* 

Newtown, Levi Peck, Ezra Patch. 

Norwalk, Algernon E. Beard, Charles Thomas. 

Reading, Charles Beach, Charles D. Smith. 

Ridgefield, Ebenezer Hawley, Major Boughton. 

Sherman, Hull Wakeman. 

Stamford, Selleck Scoiield, William T. Minor. 

Stratford, Philo Curtis. 

Trumbull, Ephraim Middlebrook. 

Weston, Samuel Jackson, Oliver C. Sanford. 

Westport, Eliphalet Swift. 

Wilton, Charles Jones. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn, Septimus Davidson. 

Ashford.* 

Canterbury, Harvey R. Dyer, Lucius Carter. 

Chaplin, Luther Ashley. 

Hampton, Alfred Burnham. 

Killingly, Cyrus Smith, Olney M. Wood. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 21 

Plainfield, Jonathan Goff, Joseph C. Spalding. 

Pomfret, Lemuel Holmes, Charles I. Grosvenor. 

Sterling, John C. Ames. 

Thompson.* 

Voluntown, Elisha Potter. 

Windham, James M. Sterrey, Alfred A. Burnham. 

Woodstock.* 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield, Elisha S. Abernethy, Dan Catlin. 

Barkhamsted, Warren Phelps, Daniel Youngs. 

Bethlem, Nicholas Moss. 

Canaan, Charles Lewis, Chauncey Reed, Jr. 

Colebrook, Milton Smith, Russell Frisbie. 

Cornwall, John Scovill, John E. Sedgwick. 

Goshen, Obed M. Humphrey, John M. Wadhams. 

Harwinton, John Bull, Phineas W. Noble. 

New Hartford, Gordon Henderson, Sanford Brown. 

New Milford * 

Norfolk, William Lawrence, James M. Cowles. 

Plymouth, Henry Terry. 

Roxbury, Isaac G. Botsford. 

Salisbury.* 

Sharon.* 

Torrington, Asaph Gillett, Griswold Woodward. 

Warren, Henry C. Carter. 

Washington.* 

Watertown, Lucius Woodward. 

Winchester, Washington Hatch, John Camp. 

Woodbury, Daniel Curtiss. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 
Middletown, Elihu Spencer, Alfred Hubbard. 
Haddam, Samuel Arnold, William B. Dickinson. 
Chatham, Cyrus Hurd, Lewis Utley. 
Chester, Philip S. Webb. 
Clinton, Edward Wright. 

Durham, Perez Sturtevant, Bennett B. Beecher. 
East Haddam, John C. Palmer, James E. Swan. 
Killingworth, Jedediah Stone, Julius Dudley. 



22 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Portland, Archibald Kinney. 

Saybrook, Selden M. Pratt, George H. Chapman. 

Westbrook, Ezra Stannard. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 
Tolland, Talmon Cross, Benjamin L. Young. 
Bolton, William Keeney. 
Columbia, Ira Root. 

Coventry, Otis Sweet, Montgomery White. 
Ellington, Jabesh Collins. 
Hebron, Jasper Porter. 

Mansfield* ** 

Somers, John Weston, Asa Wood, Jr. 
Stafford, Abraham Francis, Zina W. Ellis. 
Union, Nathan Kinney, Samuel Crawford. 
Vernon, Phineas Talcott. 
Willington, Marvin Peck, Royal C. Eldridge. 

William Goodwin, Messenger. 

William A. Wakeley, Assistant Messenger. 

William Lewis Clark, Door-keeper/ 



Judicial auft @fljft ^Departments 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, AND SUPREME 
COURT OF ERRORS. 

THOMAS S. WILLIAMS, Chief Judge. 
Samuel Church, He^nry M. Waite, 

William L. Storrs, Joel Hinman. 

Thomas Day, Reporter. 



Allotment of the Judges of the Superior Court 
for the year 1844 — 5. 

SUMMER CIRCUIT. 

Williams, C. J. Litchfield and New Haven County. 
Church, J. Fairfield " 

Waite, J. Middlesex " 

Storrs, J. Hartford and Tolland « 

Hinman, J. New London and Windham " 



DEPARTMENTS. 23 

WINTER CIRCUIT. 

Williams, C. J. Hartford County. 

Church, J. Middlesex and Tolland " 

Waite, J. Fairfield and Windham " 
Storrs, J. New Haven and N. London " 

Hinman, J. Litchfield " 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 

C« UNTY COURT. 

FRANCIS PARSONS, Judge. 
Martin Kellogg, ) 
Erastus Woodruff, S Commissioners. 
Richard Bacon, ) 

Chauncey Howard, Clerk. 
Nathaniel Goodwin, Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Hartford — William W. Ellsworth, Walter Mitch- 
ell, John M. Niles, Thomas K. Brace, Seth Terry, 
Thomas Day, Nathan Johnson, Cyprian Nichols, T. 
C. Perkins, Francis Parsons, David F. Robinson, Isaac 
Toucey, Charles Shepard, Albert Day, Gideon Welles, 
Benning Mann, Royal R. Hinman, Nathaniel Good- 
win, William Hungerford, Nathan Preston, Thomas 
H. Seymour, Oliver E. Williams, Alfred Smith, Fran- 
cis Fellowes, J. W. Giddings, James G. Bolles, Cha's 
Chapman, Richard G. Drake, Alexander H. Pomroy, 
Gurdon Robins, Simeon L. Loomis, Barzillai Hudson, 
Henry Kilbourn, Henry Francis, Jesse Savage, Leon- 
ard Kennedy, Edwin Benjamin, Jeremiah Brown, A. 
M. Collins, Philip Ripley, Harvey Seymour, James R. 
Woodbridge, Samuel Talcott, George Giddings, Wm. 
R. Cone, David White, Benjamin Belden, Solomon S. 
Flagg, Joseph E. Cone, Zephaniah Alden, Samuel H. 
Huntington, Richard Sheldon, Daniel P. Crosby, John 
Russell, Cha's H. Northam, Samuel H. Parsons, James 
Dixon, Joseph Pratt, Normand Lyman, James H. Hoi- 



24 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

comb, William Conner, Olcott Allen, Erastus Smith, 
Charles H. Tuthill, Win. N. Matson, Chauncey How- 
ard, Henry Fowler, Edward Goodman, Ja's M. Good- 
win, Henry Perkins, Daniel Crowell, Virgil Cornish, 
Freeman Seymour, Walter Harris, Thomas M. Day, 
William D. Ely, Seymour N. Case, William Bigelow, 
H. T. Wells, Richard D. Hubbard, Henry H. Brown- 
ell, John W. Seymour, James C. Walkley, Benjamin 
Bissell, Thomas Brace. 

Avon — Alfred Kellogg, Marcus Day, Zerah Wood- 
ford, William Woodford, Thomas N. Bishop, Francis 
Woodford, John H. Miller, Darius Sperry, Harvey 
Woodford. 

Berlin — Ethan A. Andrews, Henry Nash, O. B. Bas- 
sett, Eiiphalet Howe, George M. Saunders, Milton 
Andrews, Hiram Belden, William F. Raymond, Nor- 
ton Judd, Emmet A. Parker, Samuel Hart, jr., Josiah 
Dewey, Nehemiah Peck, Horatio Gridley, William 
Bowers, Alfred North, Sherlock C. Hall, Freedom 
Hart, Thomas Upson, Cyprian Goodrich, Edward 
Norton. 

Bloomfield — Hiram Roberts, Joab H. Hollister, Ja- 
son J. Graham, David W. Grant, Bildad Rowley, 
Phelps Barnard, Alfred Owen, Elisha C. Phelps, Ariel 
Mitclielson, Milton M. Barnard, Elisha Moore, Jay 
Cad well, Noah Griswold, jr. 

Bristol— Tracy Peck, Charles G. Ives, Tho's Mitch- 
ell, Geo. W. Bartholomew, Rensselaer Upson, Zelotes 
C. Grant, Levi Smith, Lloyd Atkins, Elisha Manross. 

Burlington — Gad Frisbie, Elisha Hotchkiss, Marcus 
H. Upson, Abraham Pettibone, William Marks, Darius 
F. Butler, Billy Gaylord, C. N. Matthews, Samuel 
Gridley. 

Canton — Ephraim Mills, Abiel Brown, Sherman Os- 
born, Simeon Woodruff, Lancel Foot, Averitt Wilcox, 
Jarvis Case, Noah R. L. Bristol, Imri L. Spencer, T. 
H. Austin, William H. Hallock, Jesse L. Barber, Ho- 
ratio N. Goodwin, Upson B. Chapin, Samuel V. Wood- 
bridge. 



DEPARTMENTS. 25 

East Hartford — Abner Hale, George Pitkin, Daniel 
Easton, Jesse Judson, Austin Hall, Allen Brewer, Wm. 
Pratt, Elihu Smith, James Fitch, Ozias Roberts, Ste- 
phen Whiting, Henry W. Gushing, Ira A. Kimball, 
Roderick F. Fowler, James Hills. 

East Windsor — William Barnes, Samuel Bartlett, 
Ebenezer Pinney, Abner Reed, John Morton, Joseph 
S. Bartlett, Jesse Charlton, John W. Stoughton, Ho- 
mer D. Allen, James Pasco, jr., Samuel W. Bartlett, 
Levi Moody, Josiah Ellsworth, Sumner Shepard, Hor- 
ace Grant, John C. Robertson. 

Enfield — Jabez King, Jona. Pease, Jabez T. Taylor, 
Aholiab Johnson, Charles Clark, Elam Pease, George 
W. Martin, Edward Hoskins, Normand Allen, Hiram 
S. Belcher, Jabez Collins. 

Farmington — Sidney Wadsworth, Simeon Hart, Eg- 
bert Cowles, Abner Bidwell, John Hooker, Roderick 
Stanley, Lewis Barber, Edwin K. Hamilton, Franklin 
Doming, Wm. Crampton, Giles Stillman, Adna Whi- 
ting, Samuel S. Cowles. 

Glastenbury — George Merrick, Henry Daj'ton, Asa- 
hel Hollister, George Plummer, Leonard E. Hale, 
Aristobulus Brainard, Ira Goslee, Oswin Wells, F. 
Hale, Henry T. Wells, Henry H. Howe, Jedediah Post, 
Obed Pulsifer, William J. Covill, James Sellew, Thad- 
deus Welles. 

Granby — Abner Case, Charles T. Hillyer, Edward 
Holcomb, Justin D. Wilcox, Daniel Hayes, Samuel 
Benjamin, Anson Bates, Oliver Alderman, Cullin 
Hayes, Oliver Owen, Willard Griffing, Asa Higley, 
Samuel Weed, John Viets, Harvey Alderman, Anson 
Cooley, Edward Blakeslee, Edmund Thompson, Milo 
A. Holcomb. 

Hartland — Nathan L. Gaylord, Ezra Doolittle, D. 
L. Williams, Anson B. Tiffany, Henry Griswold, Wm. 
Selby, Erastus Beman, Thomas Beman, George TT 
Cornish, Erastus Merwin, Giles H. Miller, Wm. H. 
Huggins, Benjamin Giddings, Virgil Stebbins, Edward 
Griswold. 



26 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Marlborough — George Foot, William Finley, Sher- 
man C. Lord, David Phelps, 2d., Oliver Northam. 

Manchester — Ralph R. Phelps, Elisha Andrews, 
Norman Buckland, Russel Eldridge, George W» Gris- 
wold, Aaron Cook, Melancthon Hudson, Walter 
Bunce, James Campbell, Artemas L. Strong. 

Rocky Hill — William Robbins, 2d., Henry Bulkley, 
Eleazer Goodrich, Leonard Belden, John V. S. Morton. 

Simsbury — Dudley Humphrey, George Cornish, J. 
O. Pettibone, Aurora Case, Elisha Phelps, Jeffrey O. 
Phelps, Julius Chapman, Mamre Case, Henry Ely, Al- 
len Pinney, J. W. Adams, J. Turnbull, Lewis Dixon. 

Southington — Romeo Lowrey, Stephen Walkley, 
Julius S. Barnes, Root Gridley, Theodore Byington, 
Selah Lewis, Joel Potter, Isaac Shepard, Jesse Olney, 
Mansfield Merriman. 

Sufrield — Gamaliel Fowler, S. E. Hartwell, Elipha- 
let S. Merran, John B. King, Milton Lester, Seth 
King, jr., Julius Fowler, Harvey Bissell, Samuel Has- 
tings, Horace Sheldon, Stephen Cowles, Artemas King, 
Julius C. Sheldon, Curtis Warner, Jonathan Pomeroy, 
Albert Kent, C. H. Sheldon, Chauncey Pomeroy, Ed- 
win R. Stephens, Cha's Denison, Horace Sheldon, 2d., 
Samuel Norris, Daniel W. Norton. 

Wethersfield — Samuel Galpin, Ashbel Robertson, 
John Francis, Elizur Goodrich, Russel Adams, Wm. 
Talcott, Charles Clapp, Chauncey Robbins, Stanley 
Griswold, Chauncey Wells, Homer Camp, Jeremiah 
Seymour, Harvey Francis, Oliver Richards, jr. 

Windsor— Henry Sill, Walter Thrall, Giles Ells- 
worth, Henry Halsey, Charles H. Dexter, Harlow 
Moore, Chester Soper, Francis L. Phelps, Horace H. 
Sill, William Shelton, Roman W. Loomis, D.B.Phelps, 
Sidney Bowers, Eli Phelps. 



DEPARTMENTS. 27 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Thomas C. Perkins, State Attorney. 
Hartford— Walter Mitchell, Joseph Trumbull, Seth 
Terry, Nathan Johnson, J. M. Niles, William Hunger- 
ford, William W. Ellsworth, Isaac Toucey, Charles 
Shepard, O. E. Williams, Samuel H. Huntington, T. 

C. Perkins, Francis Parsons, Charles Chapman, Samuel 
H. Parsons, Erastus Smith, William R. Cone, James 
H. Holcomb, Edward Goodman, BenningMann, Rich- 
ard G. Drake, James Dixon, Henry Perkins, Francis 
Fellowes, William N. Matson, Thomas H. Seymour, 
Chauncey Howard, Charles H. Tuthill, John W. Sey- 
mour, James C. Walkley, Seymour N. Case, Richard 

D. Hubbard, William D. Ely, H. T. Wells, Charles 
Brownell, Henry S. Browneli. 

Berlin— Ira E. Smith, Henry Nash, (both N. Britain.) 

Bristol— Silas Gridley. 

East Windsor — William Barnes. 

Enfield — Aholiab Johnson. 

Farmington — John Hookei. 

Glastenbury — George Merrick. 

Granby — Silas Higley, Samuel H. Woodruff, Anson 
Bates, Edmund Holcomb. 

Manchester — Ralph R. Phelps, Geo. W. Griswokl. 

Simsbury — Elisha Phelps, Hector F. Phelps, Giles 
Pettibone. 

Southington — Romeo Lowrey. 

Suffield— Samuel E. Hartwell. 

Windsor — Horace H. Sill. 

* Sheriff — Chester Adams, Hartford. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Hartford, Nathan M. Waterman ; 
Farmington, Henry Cowles ; Windsor, Anson Loomis ; 
Suffield, P. Harmon, jr. ; Granby, Erastus Holcomb ; 
East Windsor, Sam'l W. Thompson ; Simsbury, Eben- 
ezer B. Phelps ; Canton, E. Hosford ; Enfield, Albert 
Clark ; Manchester, Eli Pitkin ; Berlin, James F. Lewis. 

Jailer — Nathaniel H. Morgan, Hartford. 



28 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

C OUNTY COURT. 

JOSEPH WOOD, Judge. 
Edward A. Cornwall, } 
Green Kcndrick, /-Commissioners. 

Hoadley Bray, ) 

John S. Rice, Clerk. 

Joseph Darling, Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

New Haven — Joseph N. Clark, James Brewster, 
ZeloTes Day, Elias Gilbert, Sheldon Hotchkiss, Hen- 
ry Peck, Leveret Griswold, Abijah Bradley, Thomas 
Ensign, Luther Gilbert, Isaac Mix, Alfred S. Mun- 
son, George Sweetland, Charles Kimborly, Henry A. 
Murray, James G. Hotchkiss, William L, Mansfield, 
Enos A. Prescott, Joseph Wood, Henry C. Flagg, 
Silas Mix, Dennis Kimberly, Isaac H. Townsend, 
James Donaghe, John C. Hollister, Ralph I. Inger- 
soll, George Treadway, Thomas Bennet, John S. 
Beach, Alfred Terry, William J. Flagg, Charles Rob- 
inson, William B. Bristol, John S. Rice, Charles T. 
Shelton, Lucius G. Peck, John B. Robertson, Henry 
While, Eleazer K. Foster, Colin M. Ingersoll, David 
W. Buckingham, David Breed, Richard Fitzgerald, 
Charles A. Ingersoll, Nathaniel R. Clark, Thomas R. 
Trowbridge, William W. Boardman, Stephen Hotch- 
kiss, William A. Reynolds, Samuel Kent, Noah 
Chandler, Wales French, Caleb Mix, John Ritter, 
Jonathan Stoddard, Newton Wheeler, Edward L. 
Baldwin. 

Bethany — Jason W. Bradley, Justus Peck, Archi- 
bald A. Perkins, Lucius W. Peck, Alvin Sperry, 
Horace Tolles, Theophilus Smith, Hezekiah Thomas. 
Branford — William Tyler, Ja's. Blackstone, Chand- 
ler Barker, Asa Norton, Israel Lindsley, Abraham 
Rogers, Willoughby L. Lay. 



DEPARTMENTS. 29 

Cheshire — Silas Hitchcock, Benajah Ives, Edward 
A. Cornwall, William L. Foot, Nathan Booth, Elihu 
Yale, Samuel Williams, Elias Gaylord, Charles Whit- 
tlesey, Charles E. Munn, Jeremiah Brooks, Horace 
Porter. 

Derby — Joseph P. Canfield, Augustus Tomlinson, 
Sheldon Bassett, Josiah M. Colburn, Lyman Smith, 
3d., Lyman Osbom, Ira L. Ufford, Almon Smith, Le- 
man Chatfield, Ransom G. Sperry, Charles Swift, An- 
son Davis, John W. Dwight. 

East Haven— Rnel Andrews, Josiah T. Ward, 
Wyllis Hemingway, Hoadley Bray, Lester Keep, 
James Williams, Lyman Miller, DeGrasse Maltby. 

Guilford — Ralph D. Smith, Samuel C. Johnson, 
Henry Elliott, George Hart, Ammi Fowler, Wyllis 
Elliott, Benjamin Rossiter, Samuel Robinson, Wil- 
liam Kelsey, Henry W. Chittenden, Edward R. Lan- 
don, Albert B. Wildman. 

Hamden — Elihu Dickerman, Horace Potter, Lever- 
ett Hitchcock, Rufus Dorman, Eli Dickerman, James 
M. Ford, Charles Brockett, Alfred Dickerman. 

Madison — Jesse Crampton, Walter P. Mungcr, 
John R. Wilcox, Selah Lee, Horace L. Dudley, Rey- 
nold Webb, Enos Rogers, Daniel Hill, Truman Har- 
rison. 

Meriden — James S. Brooks, Levi Foster, Benajah 
Andrews, Julius H. Pratt, Charles Packer, Philo 
Pratt, Levi Yale, 2d., William J. Ives, Elias Howell, 
Nathaniel C. Sanford. 

Middlebury — Nathaniel Richardson, Daniel Tyler, 
Leonard Bronson, William Bronson, Ebenezer Smith, 
Noyes Bradley, Henry S. Bristol. 

Milford — Selah Strong, Samuel W.Dickinson, Da- 
vid Miles, Grove R. Cornwall, Barnabas Woodcock, 
Samuel B. Gunn, Isaac Tibbals, Anon Clark, An- 
drew French, Lucius N. Beardsley, Enoch B. Peck, 
Amos Baldwin, jr., Nathaniel Smith. 

Naugatuck — Elihu Hitchcock, Henry Hine, Giles 
Hotchkiss, Ahial Stevens, Pernett S. Stevens, Austin 
A. Heacox, Enos Hopkins. 



30 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

North Branford — Elizur Harrington, Julius Malt- 
by, Thclus Todd, William M. Fowler, Nathaniels. 
Smith, Anson Baldwin, Albert Harrison, Thaddeus 
Harrison, William A. Reynolds, William Ford, Geo, 
Rose. 

North Haven — Daniel Pierpont, By-ard Barnes, Ele- 
azer Warner, Henry Bradley, Wyllis Tuttlc, Ezra 
Stiles. 

Orange — James Fitts, James Reynolds, William 
T. Grant, Lyman Law, Nathaniel Kimberly, Lucius 
Stevens, Benjamin T. Clark, William Smith, jr. 

Prospect — Ransom R. Russell, James Street, Lor- 
rain Preston, Harry Smith, Luther Morse, Benjamin 
Doolittle. 

Oxford — Harvey W. Upson, Elias Scott^ Samuel 
Meigs, Russel Wooster, Lucius Baldwin, Sam'l Wire, 
Nathan B. Fairchild, Noah Stone. 

Southbury — Edward Hinman, Charles Heacox, Jo. 
seph M. Wheeler, Anthony B. . Burritt, John Pierce, 
Henry Downs, George Smith, Eraslus Mitchell, Eb- 
enezer Johnson. 

Wallingford— Lyman Parker, Ebenezer H. Ives, 
William Williams, Malachi Cook, William M. Hall, 
Lyman Humiston, Samuel Simpson, Edgar Atvvater, 
Augutus Hall, 2d. 

Waterbury — Andrew Bryan, Norton J. Buel, Alfred 
Blackmari, Henry P. Anderson, William C. Boon, 
Elisha Steele, George W. Welton, David E. Downs, 
Enoch W. Frost, James W. Finch. 

Woodbridge — Bevil P. Smith, David R. Baldwin, 
Daniel C. Auger, James J. Baldwin, William Peck, 
Alvin Perkins, James A. Darling, Lyman Manvil. 

Wolcott — Carlos R. Byington, Archibald Minor, 
Orrin Plum, William Bartholomew, Mark Tuttle, 
Gates Upson. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Ralph I. Ingersoll, State Attorney. 
New Haven — Ralph I. Ingersoll, John Beach, Ro- 
ger S. Baldwin, Samuel J. Hitchcock, Dennis Kim- 



DEPAKTMENTS. 31 

berly, Henry C. Flagg, Charles A. Ingersoll, William 
W. Boardman, Isaac II. Townsend, Henry Wliite, 
Silas Mix, William B. Bristol, Jonathan Stoddard, 
Charles Robinson, Richard Fitzgerald, Robert H. Os- 
bom, Thomas Bennet, Charles T. Shelton, E. K. 
Foster, William J. Flagg, John S. Rice, J. C. Hollis. 
ter, L. G. Peck, Colin M. Ingersoll, John C. Beach. 

Cheshire — Burrage Beach. 

Derby — Ira L. Ufr'ord; Humphreysvillc, C. Moss. 

Guilford— R. D. Smith, William Kelscy. 

Harnden, L. H. Johnson. 

Meriden — Benajah Andrews, 

Naugatuck— N. J. Buell. 

North Haven — Homer D. Ives. 

Sou thbury — Edward H in man. 

Waterbury — Bennett Bronson, Alfred Blackman. 

Sheriff— Norris Wilcox, New Haven. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Charles S. A. Davis, New Haven ; 
Roger Griswold, Guilford ; Silas Y. Ives, Meriden ; 
Nathan Gregory, Cheshire ; George W T arner, Water- 
bury ; Thomas S. Shelton, Derby ; Mark Wooster, 
Oxford. 

Jailer — Charles Ball, New Haven. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

CHARLES J. McCURDY, Judge. 
Gurdon Chapman, } 
Zebulon Brock way, > Commissioners. 
Albert Latham, ) 

John DeWitt, Clerk. 

Jacob W. Kinney, Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

New London — Henry Douglass, Jason Bcckwith, 
Daniel B. Hempsted, Adam Frink, Jonathan Rogers, 
jr., Thomas S. Perkins, Benjamin Gardner, jr., Ferry 
Douglass, Nathan Belcher, John Bishop, Daniel Rog- 



32 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

ers, jr., James B. Lyman, John Grace, G. Potter, jr., 
W. C. Crump, Andrew C. Lippett, J. P. C. Mather, 
Nathan Beckwith, Charles Chapman, Peter D. Irish, 
C. C. Comstock, Louis Bristol, Hiram Willey, Wm.P. 
Benjamin, Henry Smith, Robert K. Waller, Charles 
Treadway, Charles W. Strickland. 

Norwich — Joseplu Williams, James Stedman, Geo. 
Hill, Roswell Morgan, Henry Strong, John A. Rock- 
well, La Fayette S. Foster, Lewis Hyde, E, R. Otis, 
Oliver Woodworth, Gurdon Chapman, George Perkins, 
George B. Ripley, Charles J. Lanman, Isaac Bromley, 
Ebenczer Learned, jr., Samuel C. Morgan, Gardner 
Thurston, Samuel Story, Othniel Gager, Chas. Thur- 
ber, Ebenezer Fuller, John T. Wait, Oliver P. Wat- 
tles, David Young, Joseph A.Yerington, Tho. Robin- 
son, James A. Hovey, Philo M. Judson, Elijah Clark, 
Rufus L. Fanning, Ralph H. Avery, Nathan Schol- 
field, Asa Manning, Charles F. Avery, William Clark, 
John Q. Cox, James B. Setchel. 

Bozrah — Elijah Huntington, John W. Haughton, 
Wm. Hough, Andrew Leffingwell, Wm. Smith, Albert 
G. Avery, Seth Whiting, David H. Waterman. 

Colchester — George Way, Enoch B. Bulkley, Ap- 
pleton R. Park, Shubael Smith, Russel Wyles, E. Har. 
vey, Daniel Taylor, David B. Carroll, Giles Shattucks, 
Robbins Tracy, J. C. Shepard, J. Day, O. Emmons, 
Frederick Morgan, Newhall Taintor, Avery Morgan, 
Asahel Skinner, Alfred I. Loomis, Ezekiel W. Par- 
sons, Guy Bigeiow, Pomroy Hall. 

East Lyme — Edward R. Warren, Elisha Beckwith, 
John L. Smith, Daniel Watrous, Richard W. Lee, J. 
H. Lattimer, Job Tubbs, Edward Moore, Francis B. 
Loomis, Thomas Avery, J. B. Man warring, Moses H. 
Warren, Horace Smith. 

Franklin — AJvan Abell, Henry Hazen, Jason W. 
Kingsley, Joshua Tracy, Peter Pettis, Charles Dun- 
lap, Buel Ladd, Dwight Bailey, Almond Tracy, Ed- 
ward A. Allyn. 

Groton— Nathan Daboll, Elisha Morgan, Caleb M. 
Williams, Benjamin Burrows, Joseph Durfey, James 



DEPARTMENTS. 33 

Gallup, Richard W. Smith, Nelson Haley, John S. 
Burrows, J. C. Lamb, Orlando Dailey, Giles Haley, 
Amos Clift, Alonzo Williams, Belton A. Copp, Sime- 
on Fish, Albert Haley, Ozias Buddington, Zedekiah 
Gates, Nathan G. Fish, Benjamin F. Stoddard, Eras- 
mus I). Avery, William P. Randall, Eraslus Avery. 

Griswold — Daniel Huntington, Charles E. Leonard, 
Joseph Boardrnan, John W. Fanning, Julian V. Pettis, 
John Johnson, Ezra Stillman, Welcome A. Browning, 
Nathan Stanton, Arnold Bowen, Enistus Kinnoy, Jas. 
L- Lester, Hezekiah L. Morgan, James Averill, Benj. 
F. Billings, John Cogswell, Henry C. Tyler, Elisha 
B. Brewster, Dwight R. Tyler, John C. Edmond. 

Lebanon — Asahcl Dewey, Elisha Waterman, Eras, 
tus Osgood, Peter Thomas, Thomas Babcock, Elias L. 
Williams, George Kingsley, Nathan Brown, Timothy 
E. Metcalf, Learned ilebard, Lynde L. Huntington, 
John Beaumont, Salmon L. Williams. 

Ledyard — John EJrewster, James Geer, Austin L. 
Gray, William M. Gray, Guy C. Stoddard, Russel Gal- 
lup, Henry W. Avery, Henry Hallet, George Ayer, 
Seabury Thomas, Wm. Morgan, William M.Williams, 
Samuel W. Wood, Elisha A. Satterless, Ralph Hurl- 
but, 2d., Ebenezer Stoddard*, Sidney Allen, George W. 
Avery. 

Lisbon — Ebenezer Allen, Luther Fuller, Joseph S. 
Culler, Ebenezer Lyon, John Grant, Thomas M.Jew. 
ett, Sam'l Peckham, Jabez L. Benjamin, Reuben Bish- 
op, Ansel Brown, Hiram Tarbox, Sanford Brumley. 

Lyme — Joshua R. Warren, Richard E. Selden, jr., 
Charles J. McCurdy, William Marvin, Zebulon Brock- 
way, Stephen J. Lord, Lodowick Bill, Richard Ely, 
John C. M. Broekway, Reuben Lord, Charles L. Peck, 
Oliver Lay, George H. Chadwick, Samuel S. Warner, 
David M. Jewett, Samuel J. Beckwith, Marshfield S. 
Parker, Richard L. Lord, Samuel D. Sill, Elijah Com- 
stock, Thomas S. Swan, Richard S. Griswold, David 
Bates, William B. Tooker, Marsh E. Anderson, Dan- 
iel Anderson. 

Montville — Nathaniel Parish, Robert Comstock, Jo- 
3 



34 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

seph L. Chapman, Mulford C. Rnymond, J. B. Rogers, 
John Fitch, Nathan Whiting, Wm. Pal ten, Nicholas 
Lattimer, Albert G. Darrow, Gardner Wick wire, Na- 
thaniel B. Bradford, Amos Etheridge, John Fellows. 

North Stoningion — William Randall, Elias Hewitt, 
Ansel Coates, Peleg Clarke, Dudley R. Wheeler, Oliver 
Hewitt, Ephraim Wheeler, William T. Browning, Rus- 
sel B. Coates, Henry Crandall Leland D. Miner, La- 
tharn Hall, Charles S. Brown, Latham H. Browning, 
DeWttt C. Pendleton, Cyrus W. Brown, jr., Samuel 
Merritt, jr., Jnbez Gallup, Robert W T h6e!er, Francis S. 
Peabody. Aaron Thompson, Henry Prentice, Joseph 
Frink, Matthew Brown, Denison Miner, Nathaniel M. 
Crary, Caleb Grant. 

Preston — Benjamin F. Park, Jeremiah S. Halsey, 
Isaac Gallup, Mundator T. Richards, Edwin Palmer, 
David Baldwin, William P. Nash, John P. Gates, 
Ulysses Avery, Irus Witter, Oliver P. Avery, Henry 

A. Morgan, Jonah Witter, jr., Henry Haskell, Isaac 
H. Cook, John H. Harris, Thomas S. Coville, Asa 
Gore, Henry B. Hakes, Norman Noble, J. A. Williams. 

Salem — David Patten, Enoch Treadway, Henry 
Bailey, Elijah W. Treadway, John C. Daniels, Seth 

E. Lathrop, Sidney Morgan, Guy Loomis, Levi H. 
Goddard, Hiram Gates, jr., John P. Chapman, David 
P. Oiis, Seth W. Loomis, Francis W. Wilcox, James 
Lamb, Alfred E. Tiffany, Ebenezer A, Packer, Moses 
Palmer, Israel Beckwith. 

Stonington — George Hubbard, Elias Brown, Guidon 
Trumbull, Benj. Pomeroy, Geo. Sheffield, John Davis, 
Elisha Faxon, jr,, Charles Sabin, Henry Harding, B. 

F. Palmer, William C- Moss, Charles Bennett, G W. 
Noyes, Charles Mallory, Oliver Burdick, Wiiliam W. 
Rodman, Abel Hinckley, Nathan S. Noyes, Samuel 
Wheeler, P. D. Frink, Daniel Bentley, J. P. WilUms, 
Charles Davis, Horace Lewis, Ezra Cheesbrough, E. 

B. Brown, Elias P. Randall. 

Waterford — Philip Morgan, William Gorton, Joseph 
Avery, Nathaniel Chapman, Reuben P. Smith, Giles 
P. Chapman, Isaac M. Dart, Thomas Man warring, 



DEPARTMENTS. 35 

David Rogers, 2d., Thomas Chester, ElishaJ. Hewitt, 
Richard R, Morgan, Washington A. Bailey, Alexander 
Douglass, Christopher G. Douglass. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Henry Strong, State Attorney. 

New London — William P. Cleaveland, Coddingtora 
Billings, Jacob B. Gurley, Ebenezer Learned, Thomas 
S. Perkins, Nathan Belcher, William C. Crump, An- 
drew C. Lippett, John P. C. Mather, Louis Bristol, 
Hiram Willey, Frederick M. Walker. 

Norwich — Joseph Williams, Jas. Stedman, George 
Hill, Roswell Morgan., Henry Strong, Samuel C. Mor- 
gan, John A. Rockwell, Wm. H. Law, La Fayette S. 
Foster, George Perkins, John T. Wait, EbenV Learn- 
ed, jr , Jas. A. Hovey, David Young, Edward R. May, 
Ed vard Perkins, John T. Adams. 

Colchester — Samuel A. Peters, Appleton R. Park. 

Griswold— J. V. Pettis. 

Lyme — Charles J. McCurdy. 

Salem — Levi H. Goddard. 

Stonington — Benjamin Pomeroy, (Head of Mystic,) 
Elias Brown, Charles Sabin. 



Sheriff — Alexander Stewart. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Robert Fellows, New London ; G. 
Bliss, Stephen Tracy, Norwich ; Roger Bailey, Leba- 
non ; Albert L. Latham, Ledyard ; Daniel Bulkley, 
Colchester ; Perkins Ely, Lyme ; A. Loomis, Salem. 

Jailers— -Calvin Lester, New London; Francis B. 
Lee, Norwich. 



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36 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

THOMAS B. OSBORN, Judge. 
Alva Gray, } 

Barney Bar tram, > Commissioners. 
Charles Marvin, ) 

Thomas Robinson, Clerk. 

Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Fairfield — Jeremiah Sturges, John S. Wilson, Sam- 
uel A. Nichols, Thomas Robinson, Joseph Bartram, 
William S. Smith, Jessup Banks, Jessup Alvord, Ru- 
fus Blakeman, Timothy Burr, Thomas B. Osborn, 
George Peck, George Burr, Harvey Smith, jr., Will- 
iam Nichols, Oliver H. Perry, Moses A. Sherwood, 
Jeremiah T. Dennison. 

Danbury — Timothy B. Hickok, John Benedict, 
Charles Smith, Starr Hoyt, Henry O. Judd, Frederick 
Seely, Oliver Sheperd, William W. Hill, Edward Tay- 
lor, Reuben Booth, Nelson L. White, Silas H. Hickok, 
Elias S. Sanfbrd, Ezra B. Stephens, Orrin Knapp, 
Merric Terry, Eli Hamilton, Reuben Wood, Russell 
Benedict, Richard Osborn, Henry Wildman, Oliver 
Stone, Thomas T. Whittlesey. 

Bridgeport — Isaac Sherman, Henry Dutton, Philo 
Hurd, Joseph B. French, Ira Sherman, Daniel O. 
Wheeler, Dwight Morris, James Fitch, Daniel Hatch, 
jr., Henry Olmstead, Lewis C. Segee, William H. No. 
ble, Mark Moore, George Sterling, I. Henry Adams, 
James C. Loomis. Charles DeForest, Josiah Hubbell, 
Henry H. Harral, William H. Peet. 

Brookfield — Wait S. Northrop, Ebenezer Blackmail, 
Charles Hawley, John F. Bennett, Amos L. Williams, 
Lucius C. Northrop, Bryant Smith, Daniel Holley, 
Zar Starr, jr. 

Darien — Abram Clock, Holley Bell, Edward Sco- 
field, Gilbert G. Waterbury, JamesH. Gorham, Jo- 
seph Mather, George Mather. 



DEPARTMENTS. 37 

Greenwich — Samuel Close, Conklin Husted, Alvan 
Mead, Erastus Rundell, Selah Savage, Joseph Brush, 
Jonathan A. Close, Beal B. Lockwood, Oilel C. 
Knapp, Ard Reynolds, Seth Lyon. 

Huntington — Truman Blackmail, Hanson S. Ed- 
wards, Christopher N. Shelton, Joseph Tomlinson, 
Lemuel Beardslee, Daniel Bennett, Thomas Burlock, 
Lewis Downs. 

Monroe... Harvey Benedict, Asa Hays, Henry Lew- 
is, James N. Hawley, Agur Lewis, Cyrus H. Beards- 
lee, Charles B. Clark, Charles Curtis. 

New Canaan — Hiram Crissey, Nehe'h E. Weed, 
Charles Raymond, Caleb S. Benedict, Peter Smith, 
Watts Comstock, Joseph Siliiman. 

New Fairfield. .-Enoch Knapp, Amzi Rogers, Hor- 
ace Hodge, Alva S. Pearce, Jacob Leach. Ira Kellogg. 
John O. Beardslee, Stephen Hopkins, David Barnum. 

Newtown— Charles Ciark, Alexander Hall, Charles 
Johnson, Charles Peck, Jacob Beers, Charles Farman, 
Isaac M. Sturges, George Bradley, David V. B. Bald- 
win, Theophilus Nichols, Amos S. Treat, David H. 
Belden, Walter Clark, Ezekiel Beers, Samuel B. Peck, 
John Dick. 

Norwalk — Clark Bissell, Charles Thomas, Morgan 
T. Smith, George Benedict, Sidney M. Beardslee, 
Stephen Smith, William J. Street, Jos. P. Hanford, 
Samuel Pennoyer, Lewis Raymond, 2d., Thomas B. 
Butler, Benjamin Isaacs, John A. Weed, Henry Sel. 
leek, Samuel Richards, John Bouton, James Stevens, 
James Wiseman. 

Redding — Edward Starr, jr., Arza Meeker, James 
Sanford, John Edmonds, Aaron Burr, 2d., Thomas 
F. Fanton, Joel Foster, George Hull, Cortes Mer- 
chant. 

Ridgefield — Charles A. Hanford, Gamaliel N. Ben- 
edict, Matthew Seymour, Albert Brush, David San- 
ford, Elias Burchard, Thaddeus Keeler, 2d., Harvey 
Smith, Hezekiah Scott, Hugh S. Banks, Jacob T. 
Haviland, William Lee. 

Stamford — Charles Hawley, Joshua B. Ferris, Hen- 



38 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

ry A. Mitchell, Theodore Davenport, Abel Reynolds, 
John W. Leeds, Nathaniel D. Haight, Sands Adams, 
Joseph D. Warren, Smith R. Sibiey, Philo Weed r 
Henry F. Waring, William T. Minor, William H. 
Holley, Adam Doyle T James H. Minor, Stephen B. 
Prevost, Amzi Scofield. 

Sherman — Horace Hungerford, William Pickett,. 
Philo S. Woodin, Morris Barnes, Samuel Giddings, 
James N. Page, John 0. Northrop, Frederick Ed- 
wards. 

Stratford — Lewis H. Russell, David Plant, Lewis 
Wells, John Goulding, Hamilton Burton, Elij. Booth, 
Josiah Gorham, Isaac I. Booth, David P. Judson. 

Trumbull — Plumb N. Fairchild,. Samuel Lyon, 
Stephen S. Mallett, Luzon W. Clark, Prosper Nich. 
ols, Francis Beach, Elijah Middlebrook, A-li Brins- 
made, Birdsey B, Plumb, Samuel Beardslee, David 
Huwley, David Beach, H. S._ Nichols. 

Westport — Hezekiah Rowland,: Ebenezer Beers, 
Street H.Keeler, Isaac Bennett,. Abraham Sherwood, 
Philo W. Jones, Eliphalet Swift, Alva Gray, Josiah 
Raymond, John Gray, Charles W. Taylor,. 

Weston — John Edwards, Orando Perry, Charles 
Rowland, Han ford Nichols, William Noyes, Eli Ad- 
ams, David Patchen, Mallet Seely, Bradford Winton, 
Oliver C. Sanford, Zenas Johnson, Anson Bennett^ 
Lloyd Seeley, Walker Sherwood, Albert Guthrie. 

Wilton — Erastus Sturges, Charles Marvin, James 
F. Chapman, George A. Davenport, Samuel Scott* 
Isaac M. Sturges, Samuel Davenport, Maltby Jeliff, 
Samuel P. Randall, William II. Taylor. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

-, State Attorney. 



Fairfield — Roger M. Sherman, Thomas B. Osborn r 
Thomas Robinson, (Southport.) 

Danbury — Reuben Booth, Thomas T. Whittlesey* 
Edward Taylor, Silas H. Hickok, Nelson L. White. 

Bridgeport — Mark Moore, Henry Dutton, William 
H. Noble, James C. Loomis, T. Dwight Morris, 



DEPARTMENTS. 39 

Brookfield — Bryant Smith, Ebenezer Blackmail. 

Monroe — Cyrus H. Beardsley. 

Newtown — Samuel C. Blackman, David H. Belden, 
Isaac M. Sturjres, Charles B. Curtis. 

Norwalk— Clark Bissell, Thomas B. Butler, Timo- 
thy T. Merwin, G. A. Davenport. 

Stamford — Charles Hawley, Joshua B. Ferris, Hen- 
ry A. Mit.hell, William T. Minor. 

Westport — Eliphalet Swift. 

Sheriff — Samuel Raymond. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Ebenezer Smith, Stamford ; Jona- 
than Camp, Norwalk; Charles Fox, Westpoit; Ly- 
man Banks, jr., Fairfield ; Philo B. Barnum, Bridge- 
port ; David Lewis, Huntington ; Judson Curtis, Mon- 
roe ; Jeremiah Banks, Redding ; Benedict, Dan- 
bury ; Josiah B. Fairchild, Newtown. 
Jailers — Lyman Banks, jr., Fairfield. 
Augustus Hoyt, Danbury. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 



CALVIN HIBBARD, Judge. 
Azel Cole, } 

Isaac Backus, > Commissioners. 
James Lyon, ) 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE, 

Brooklyn — Adams White, Jonathan A. Welch, D. 
P. Tyler, Uriel Fuller, Armin Bolles, Samuel Cady, 
Nathaniel Martin, James Brown. 

Ashford — Daniel Knowlton, Reuben Marcev, Ben- 
jamin C. Simmons, Jared D. Richmond, Asher Knowl- 
ton, Ebenezer Chaffee, Elijah Whiton, Michael Rich, 
mond, John B. Adams, Henry Work, Uriah B. Carpen- 
ter, James Lyon, John W. Trowbridge, William E. 
Cheeney, Leonard Dean. 

Canterbury — Joseph Farnham, Walter Williams, 
Solomon Payne, Isaac Knight, Charles Adams, Sam'l 



40 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

L. Hough, Isaac Backus, John Hyde, John Witter, 
Rufus Waldo, William F. Willoughby, Obadiah H. 
Butts. 

Chaplin — Thomas Martin, Joseph Foster, jr., Eras-- 
tus Canada, Darius Knight, Frederick Stone, Porter 
B. Peck, Jared Clark, Charles L. Fisk, Erastus- Mar- 
tin, James R. Utley. 

Hampton — Ebenezer Griffin, Philip Pearl, Chaun- 
cey F. Cleveland, Royal Copeland, Dyer Hughes, jr., 
Josiah C. Jackson, Elias Burnham, Newton Clark, 
George D. Spencer. 

Killingly — Arba Covel, Thomas Backus, Nathan 
Wood, Norman Kelly, Justin Hammond, Jabez Ames- 
bury, Elisha Danielson, George Pray, Ephraim Bacon, 
Joseph Adams, Luther Day, Thomas Dyke, Abiel 
Converse, William B. Knight, Henry Hutchins, Nor- 
ris C. Lippitt, Henry W. Sparks, Hazard Peckham, 
Henry Burlingame, William W. Wright. 

Plainfield — Jonathan Goff, Amos Witter, Lemuel 
Woodward, Joseph Hutchins, Mowrey Burgess, Elka- 
na C. Eaton, Joseph S. Gladding, William Dyer, 
Alexander Wood, Ebenezer Case, George Kenyon, 
William Shepard, John Dunlap. 

Pomfret — Job Williams, George Sharpe, George 
H. Perrin t Charles Chandler, Orrin Sumner, George 
B. Matthewson, Scarborough Osgood, Cha's Osgood, 
Frederick Averill, jr., Henry Eldridge, Marvin White, 
George S. Ingahs,. John K. Holbrook,. Sam'l P. Sum- 
ner 

Sterling — Azel Cole, Obed Perkins, Ira Freeman, 
Samuel T. Dow, John Briggs, John Dixon, Parker 
Hill, Peter M Burlingame, Jonathan Harris, Alfred 
Rhodes, William Crary. 

Thompson — George Larned, Simon Davis, Jona- 
than Nichols, John J. Greene, Talcott Crosby, Vernon 
Stiles, William S. Scarborough. Jesse Ormsbee, Jo- 
seph B. Gay, Edward Aldrich, James Johnson, Hor- 
ace Searnans, Laban T. Williams. 

Voluntown — Gershom Palmer, Harvey Campbell, 
Elisha Potter, William C. Stanton, John E. Lindley, 



DEPARTMENTS. 41 

Benjamin Gallup, 2d., Benjamin W. Palmer, John 
Bitgood, Henry Wylie, Thaddeus C. Gordon. 

Windham — Calvin Hibbard, Thomas Gray, Stovvell 
Lincoln, John Palmer, George S. Catlin, Zephaniah 
Palmer, Alfred A. Burnham, Elisha Williams, William 
H. Hosmer, Horace Hall, Elias P. Brown, Laban 
Chase, William W. Boon, John G. Clark, Abner Fol- 
lett, Harvey Winchester, Henry S. Wallcott, Rosvvell 
Moulton, Daniel Tracy, Jason Safford. 

Woodstock — Ebenezer Stoddard, J. F. Williams, 
Ezra Child, Daniel Lyman, Rhodes Arnold, Rufus S. 
Matthewson, Danforth Child, James Lainson, Heze- 
kiah Bishop, Eleazer Corbin, Wheeler Phillips, John- 
son Sweet, William Chamberlain, Abial May, Luther 
Child, Elisha C. Lyon, Milton Bradford, Lyman Ses- 
sions, Stephen G. Hopkins, George S. F. Stoddard. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Jonathan A. Welch, State Attorney. 

Brooklyn — Jonathan A. Welch, Daniel P. Tyler, 
Uriel Fuller. 

Ashford— J. D. Richmond, F. Hovey r (Eastford.) 

Killingly— Thomas Backus, Abial Converse. 

Plainfield— J. J. Penrose, William Dyer. 

Pomfret— John Holbrook. 

Thompson— George Lamed, Simon Davis, William 
S. Scarborough, Thomas E. Graves. 

Windham— John Baldwin, George S. Catlin, Calvin 
Hibbardj Thomas Gray, John Baldwin, jr., Alfred A. 
Burnham. 

Woodstock — John McLellan, Ebenezer Stoddard, 
John F. Williams. 

Sheriff— John Gallup, 3d., Brooklyn. 
Deputy Sheriffs— James H. Wofk, Brooklyn ; Seth 
W. Cady, Pomfret; Chester Hunt, Windham; Para- 
clete Skinner, Woodstock; Amos Witter, jr., Plain- 
field ; Benjamin F. Hutchins, Thompson ; David 
Greenslet, Hampton. 

Jailer— George Spalding, Brooklyn. 



42 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 



ABIJAH CATLIN, Judge. 
Lester Loom is, } 
Leman W. Cutler, > Commissioners. 
Joseph J. Gaylord, ) 

Origen S. Seymour, Clerk. 

Charles L. Webb, Treasurer. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Litchfield — Seth P. Beers, Origen S. Seymour, Ed- 
ward Cowles, Eiisha S. Abernethy, Gideon H. Hollis- 
ter, Julius Grisvvold, George C. Woodruff, Jonathan 
Buel, Samuel P. Bolles, Charles L. Webb, Chester C. 
Gosley, Truman Kilbourn, Henry Skilton, John Garn- 
sey, Joseph Birge, jr., Samuel H, Dudley, Cyrus Cat- 
lin, Fred'k Plumb, Augustus Morey, Stephen Trow- 
bridge, Ralph G. Cam}), Ozias Lewis. 

Barkhamsted — Lester Loomis, Hiram Goodwin, Jes- 
se Ives, -John Raxford, Lancelot Phelps, George Mer- 
rills, Rodney Phelps, Edward Camp, James Eggleston, 
Fitch W. Burwell, Ahira Case, Virgil Taylor. 

Bethlem — Joseph H. Bellamy, David Bird, Adam C. 
Kasson, Joseph Ambler, Abraham Beecher Jas. Allen. 

Canaan — Chauncey Bunce, Edward Belden, John 
E. Ensign, Sereno B. Gillett, Lyman Lawrence, Wal- 
ter S. Cowles, Benjamin F. Tobey, John Elmore, jr., 
William M. Burral!, W.m. P. Burrall, Leman Church, 
John Isham, Russel H. Wilcox. 

Colebrook — Arthur Howeli, Abram Chamberlain, 
Harvey Whiting, Daniel E. Manchester, Beebe B. 
Rockwell, Edward Carrington, Samuel Cone, Milton 
Smith, Lucius Griswold, Erast-us Doty, jr. 

Cornwall — Benjamin Sedgwick, George Wheaton, 
Peter liierce, Phiio Kellogg, Frederick Kellogg, Jas. 
Wads worth, Anson Rogers, Chalker Pratt, Myron 
Harrison, Obadiah Bierc, Levi S. How. 

Goshen — Augustus Miles, Joseph J. Gaylord, Philo 



DEPARTMENTS. 43 

Bailey, Phineas Ives, Acors W. Law ton, Eber Bailey, 
Cojlin8 Baldwin, Nelson Brewster, Mwcs Lyman, 
Bird soy Baldwin, Alpha Hart . 

Harwinton — Bcnujah Hayden, Andrew Ahcrnclhy, 
Abijah Catlin, Jacob O. Catlin, Shehlon Osbom, Au. 
gustos S. Johnson, Augustus S. Alford, Henry Hall, 
Martin Cook, 2d., T v. is Smith, Moses Bench. 

Kent — Nathaniel P. Perry, Uubbell Miller, Rufus 
Fuller, jr., John R* Fuller, John Gilbert, Jeremiah 
Fry, Miles Camp, Alden Swift, Asa Slade, Austin 
Morehouse, Ashbel Fuller, Lewis Spooner, jr. 

Now Ilirtford — Isaac Kellogg, Tertius Wudswortli, 
James D. Thorp, James F. Henderson, Roger H. Mills, 
Samuel S. Bates, Hermon Chapin, Royal L Watson, 
Freeman Graham. 

New Milford — Ezra Noble, Nathaniel Perry, David 
C. Sao ford, Samuel D. Orton, Dunning Babbit, Sher- 
man Peck, John Wooster, Lyman Smith Eidad G\ 
Jackson, Daniel B. Wilson, William Roberts, Lewis 

B. Sherwood, Henry Merwin Sheldon Buckingham, 
Albert N. Baldwin, Eli Mygatt, John Mallett, Henry 
S. Warner. 

Norfolk — Michael F. Mills, Busbnell Kuapp, Joseph 
Riggs, Wilcox Phelps, Erastus Smith, James Shepard, 
E. Grove Lawrence, Henry Porter, Darius Phelps, 
Jeremiah Johnson, 

Plymouth — Hiram Pierce, Calvin R, Butler, Henry 

C. Smith, Lucius Bradley, Elisha Johnson, John C, 
Lewis, Edwin Tallnijdgo, Charles Byington, Orrin 
Preston, Lewis Heaton,jr., Philo Lewis, Heman Wei- 
ton, Abel C. Judson. 

Roxbury — James Wakeley, Harmon B. Eastman, 
John Warner, Curtis Blakesley, Job T. Warner, Chas. 
Beardsley, John Leavenworth, Harvey H. Castle, Dan- 
iel F. Burritt. 

Salisbury — Samuel Church, William C. Sterling, J. 
H. Hubbard, John G. Mitchell, Roger Averill, Lot 
Norton, jr., Robert N.Tuller, Horace Landon, Donald 
J. Warner, Samuel S. Robbins, Silas Reed, Edmund 
Landon, Robert Bostwick, Elisha Lee, Sam'l C. Sco- 
vilJ, Leonard Richardson. 



44 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Sharon — Samuel E. Everitt, Ansel Sterling. Israel 
Camp, Charles F. Sedgwick, Richard Smith, Ransom 
Smith, Silas A. Gray, SarnM Roherts, jr., Orrin Hutch- 
inson, Lewis St. John, Andrew Lake, John Williams, 
William N. Niblo. 

Torrington — Erastus Hodges, Russel C. Abernethy, 
Griswold Woodward, Demas Coe, Noah Drake, jr., 
Barzillai Hudson, George D. Wadhams, Anson Colt, 
jr., Phineas North, Israel Holmes. 

Warren— George Starr, Geo. P. Tallmadge, Asahel 
Wedge, Julius Bement, Manly Peters, Elijah Hayes, 
Jarvis C. Howard. 

Washington — Daniel B. Brinsmade, Hermon Bald- 
win, Gregory Seeley, Dan'l T. Mitchell, Ithiel Hickox, 
William Moody, Frederick Chittenden, David C. Whit- 
tlesey, Chester Ackley, Joel Morehouse, Nathan 
Newton. 

Watertown — Holbrook Curtis, Leman W. Cutler, 
Charles S. Woodward, Cyrus B. Manvill, Henry C. 
Dailey, James Skilton, Chauncey Dayton, Truman 
Baldwin, Hiram Piatt. 

Winchester — Luman Wakefiold, William S. Hola- 
hird, Samuel Hurlbut, Alva Nash, John Boyd, Samuel 
W. Coe, Gideon Hall, jr., Jonathan Blake, Nathaniel 
B. Gaylord, George Dadley, Norris Coe, Rufus Drake, 
Lucius Clarke, Moses Camp, 2d., W T illiam Carrington, 
Leman Munsell, Ansen Foskett. 

Woodbury— Cha'sB. Phelps, Elijah Sherman, Tho. 
Bull, Reuben H. Hotchkiss, Nathaniel Minor, Barlow 
Russell, Leman B. Sprague, Charles P. Strong, John 
P. Marshall, Edson Camp. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Leman Church, Canaan, State Attorney. 

Litchfield— Seth P. Beers, Truman Smith, George 
C. Woodruff, Origen S. Seymour, Elisha S. Abernethy, 
G. H. Holhster. 

Barkhamsted— Hiram Goodwin, (Hitchcockville.) 

Bethlem— Joseph H. Bellamy. 



DEPARTMENTS. 45 

Canaan — William M. Burrall, Leman Church, John 
Elmore, jr., William P. Burrall. 

Cornwall— George Wheaton. 

Goshen— Birdsey Baldwin, Nelson Brewster. 

Harwinton— Abijah Catlin. 

Kent— Nathaniel P. Perry, Rufus Fuller, jr. 

New Hartford— Roger H. Mills. 

New Milford— David C. Sanford, Samuel D. Orton, 
Nathaniel Perry, Daniel B. Wilson, J. B. Harrison. 

Norfolk— Michael F. Mills. 

Plymouth— Calvin Butler, Elisha Johnson, jr. 

Salisbury — Philander Wheeler, John G. Mitchell, 
John H. Hubbard, Roger Averill, Donald J. Warner. 

Sharon— Ansel Sterling, Chas. F. Sedgwick, Rich- 
ard Smith. 

Washington— Frederick Chittenden. 

Watertown— Holbrook Curtiss. 

Winchester — William S. Holabird, Gideon Hall, jr. 

Woodbury— Charles B. Phelps, Leman B. Sprague. 

Sheriff— Albert Sedgwick. 
Deputy Sheriffs— Oliver S. Weller, Litchfield ; John 
E. Sedgwick, Cornwall Hollow ; Henry S. Norton, 
Salisbury ; Harry Lockwood, Sharon ; P. W. Mills, 
Kent ; Levi S. Knapp, New Milford ; Marcus DeFor- 
est, Woodbury ; James H. Mills, New Hartford ; J. 
D. Howe, Winchester. 

Jailer — A. C. Smith. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

ELIPHALET A. BULKELEY, Judge. 
Erastus Strong, } 
Horatio N. Fowler, > Commissioners. 
Benjamin Dowd, } 
John Fisk, Clerk and Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Middletown — Samuel Cooper, Jonathan Barnes, S. 
D. IJubbard, Charles C. Tyler, Henry D. Smith, Den! 



46 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

nis Sage, Elihu Spencer, Ephraim Crofoot, Horace 
Clark, Daniel W. Camp, Edmund Hughes, Linus 
Burr, Lorenzo H. Treat, Edward Savage, Stephen 
Mild rum, Jedediah Wilcox, Daniel S. Griswo d, Wm. 
Plumb, David Bacon, Enoch Hall, Charles Hubbard, 
Levi Coe, Thomas Atkins, Josiah M. Hubbard, Tho's 
G. Mather, Ezra Coe, Richard Atkins, Thomas B. 
Woodworth, Daniel M. Crowell, Benjamin -Miller, 
John L. Smith. 

Residence unknown — [Daniel Russell, Edward C. 
Whitmore.] 

FJaddam — Smith Clark, William Cook, George S. 
Brainard, Elias Selden, Dudley Clark, Jared H. Shai- 
ler, Aaron Brainard, Stephen Johnson, John A. Burr, 
Abram C. Hubbard, Warren Tyler, Isaac Arnold, 
Smith Ventres, Samuel Arnold, Jonathan Arnold, 
Ezekiel S. Clark, Ansel Spencer, Edward Rutty, Asa 
Burr, Edward R. Clark. 

Chatham — Huntington Selden, Nathaniel C. Smith, 
John Markham, jr., Hiram Barton, Diodate Johnson, 
Alfred Brooks, Braddock Strong, Charles A. Strong, 
Linus Parmelee, David Dickinson, Stephen M. Hub- 
bard, Washington S. Ackley, Warren Williams, Eli- 
jah Clark. 

Chester — Ely Warner, Socrates Denison, Joshua 
L'Hommedieu, Samuel Colt, Gideon Barker, S. P. 
Russell, Alanson Lynde. 

Clinton — George Carter, Edward Wright, Ely A. 
Elliott, Aaron G. Hurd, John D. Leffingwell. 

Durham — John White, Miles Merwin, jr., Zebulon 
Hale, Alfred Camp, Samuel Newton, Charles Hickox, 
Clement M. Parsons. 

East Haddam — Ozias Holmes, Ehph't A. Bulkeley, 
John C. Palmer, Gideon Higgins, Tho. C. Boardman, 
Alfred Gates, Jedediah R. Gardiner, Moses B. V\ right, 
Edward P. Brownwell, William E. N|chol, William 
H. Cone, Francis Griffing, EbenV Fox, Isaac Chester, 
James E. Swan, Ansel Hungrerford, Ephraim Meach, 
Joseph U. Holmes, George Gates, Stephen Cone. 



DEPARTMENTS 47 

Killingworth — David Everts, Philander Stephens* 
Reuben K. Hinckley, Jeremiah Griswold, Joseph P* 
Lane, Harman S. Franklin, Wyllis D. Kelsey, Alfred 
Nettletun. 

Portland — Alfred Hall, Archibald Kinney, Erastns 
Strong, Philip H. Sellevv, David Cornwall, Sylvester 
Stocking, John R. Ames, William VV. Campbell, Hi- 
ram A. Penfield. 

Saybrook — Stephen Chalker, Giles Blague, John 
Bushnell, William R. Clark, John L. Whittlesey, 
Benjamin Dovvd, Samuel M. Tully, Sidney Bushnell, 
Samuel Ingham, William Bull. Selden M. Pratt, Ezra 
S. Mather, Giles O. Clark, Josiah Jones, Richard P. 
Williams, Joseph Ellsworth, William C. Bull, George 
Read, Gustavus Pratt, David P. Platts, J. Southworth. 

Westbrook — Joseph Spencer, Ebenezcr Cone, Wm. 
H. Lay, Reuben Stannard, Alfred Chittenden, Closson 
Clark, Linus E. Chapman. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Charles C. Tyler, State Attorney. 
Middletown— Jonathan Barnes, Charles C. Tyler, 
Elihu Spencer, Dennis Sage, Charles Whittlesey. 
Chatham -Linus Parmelee. 

East Haddam— Eliphalet A. Bulkeley, J. C. Palmer. 
Haddam— Smith Clark. 
Saybrook — Samuel Ingham, Stephen W. Starkey. 

Sheriff— Charles Arnold, Haddam. 
Deputy Sheriffs— Curtis Bacon, Middletown ; Eb- 
enezer Smith, Chatham ; Charles Stephens, Clinton ; 
Samuel Holmes, East Haddam ; Charles W. Snow, 
Saybrook; John Wilcox, Killingworth; John S. Camp, 
Durham. 

Jailers— William M. Ward, Middletown. 
Ezekiel S. Clark, Haddam. 



48 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

HIRAM RIDER, Judge. 
Walter R. Kibbe, J 
Oliver H. King, > Commissioners. 
Thomas Clark, ) 

Jeremiah Parish, Clerk. 

Gurdon Isham, Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Tolland— Elisha Stearns, Calvin Willey, Jeremiah 
Parish, Lorcn P. Waldo. Talmon Cross, Zalmon A. 
Storrs, Ebenezer West, Wvllys Gilbert, Dan'l Grover. 

Bolton — Sessions Lawson, David Sperry, Samuel 
Ruggles, Noah Strong, Wm. Keeney, Wm, Hunt, 
Jabez L. White, jr. 

Columbia — Samuel Little., Asahel Clarke, Samuel 
West, Norman Little, Alpheus Kingsley, Barker W. 
Brown, Sanford Yeomans. 

Coventry — Zelotes Long, Alonzo W. Birge, Timo- 
thy Dimock, Uriah Brigham, Edward G. Huntington, 
Otis Sweet, Eleazer Hunt, James White, John W. 
Boynton, Henry R. Watrous, Calvin Daggett, Marvin 
Curtis, Don F. Brigham, Royal Manning, T.K.Jones. 

Ellington — John H. Brockway, Ephraim Dimock, 
Horace McKnight, Daniel Kimball, Flavel Whiton, 
Benjamin Pinney, Oliver W. Steele, John B. Dorman, 
Joel W. Smith, Francis Keeney. 

Hebron— Humphrey T. Fuller, Ralph Gilbert, Pey. 
ton R. Gilbert, Israel E. Hutchinson, Leonard Hen- 
dee, Cyrus Bingham, Jacob O. Loomis. Ransford But- 
ton, Epaphroditus Porter, Royal Porter, Cyrus Mann, 
Hazael Gott, jr., George A. Gillett, John W. Buell, 
Henry O. Carver, Ansel Chappell, John B. Hutchin. 
son, Joel Johnson, Selah Perkins, Abner Hendee. 

Mansfield — Zalmon Storrs, Edmund Freeman, Tho. 
Clark, John Fitch, Daniel F. Hibhard, Frederick F. 
Hanks, Dan Barrows, William Atwood, Ira Bennett, 
Needham Slate, Eber Dunham, Philip Barrows, Royal 
Storrs, Chauncey Dunham. 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 49 

Somors — Walter R. Kibbe, Orson Wood, Oliver 
Chapin, Amariah Kibbe, Erasmus E. Hamilton, Sam. 
uel E. Arnold. 

Stafford— Zina Winter, Parley Converse, Hannibal 
A. Converse, John Orcutt, Joseph H. Converse, Ben- 
jamin Rockwell, Philip Orcutt, John S. Russell, Dan- 
iel P. Lull. 

Vernon— Oliver H. King, Francis McLean, Sam'l 
S. Talcott, Thaddeus C. Bruce, Phineas Talcott, Na- 
thaniel O. Kellogg, Wm.T. Cogswell, Allen Talcott. 

Union — Wm. P. Sessions, Augustus Moore, Chaun- 
cey Paul, Harvey Walker, Sullivan Booth, B. Foster. 

Willington — Daniel Glazier, John J. Moulton, Hi- 
ram Rider, Robert Sharp, Rufus Rider, Origen Dimock, 
Simon Carpenter, Horace Bicknell, Olney Eston. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Loren P. Waldo, State Attorney. 
Tolland— Calvin Willey, Elisha Stearns, Jeremiah 
Parish, Loren P. Waldo, Zalmon A. Storrs. 
Columbia— Asahel Clark. 
Ellington— Asa Willey, John H. Brockvvay. 
Hebron— Ralph Gilbert. 
Mansfield— John Fitch. 
Somers— Walter R. Kibbe. 
Stafford— Benjamin Lathrop. 

Sheriff— Novatus Chapman. 
Deputy Sheriffs— Addison H. Fitch, Columbia ; Lu- 
ther Talcott, Bolton ; William L. Ransom, Ellington ; 
Freeman M. Brown, Stafford ; Samuel D. 'Anderson , 
Mansfield. 

Jailer— Novatus Chapman. 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 

District No. 1. Hartford and Tolland Counties. 

" * " 2. New Haven and Middlesex do. 

41 " 3. New London and Windham do. 

« " 4. Fairfield and Litchfield do. 

4 



50 SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 

SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 

District No. 1. Consists of the towns of Hartford, 
Wethersfield, Berlin, Southington, and Rocky Hill. 

2. Enfield, Suffield, East Windsor, East Hartford, 
Glastenbury, Marlborough, and Manchester. 

3. Hartland, Granby, Simsbury, Windsor, Canton, 
Farmington, Bristol, Burlington, Avon, and Bloom- 
field. 

4. New Haven, Hamden, and Woodbridge. 

5. Derby, Oxford, Southbury, Middlebury, Water- 
bury, Milford, Bethany, Orange, Wolcott, and Nauga- 
tuck. 

6. East Haven, Cheshire, Meriden, Wallingford, 
Branford, Guilford, Madison, North Branford, North 
Haven, and Prospect. 

7. New London, Groton, Ledyard, Stonington, and 
Waterford. 

8. Norwich, North Stonington, Preston, Griswold, 
Lisbon, and Franklin. 

9. Lyme, Colchester, Lebanon, Montville, Salem, 
Bozrah, and East Lyme. 

10. Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, Huntington, 
Weston, Trumbull, Monroe, and Westport. 

11. Danbury, Ridgefield, Redding, Brookfield, New- 
town, New Fairfield, and Sherman. 

12. Norwalk, Darien, Stamford, Greenwich, New 
Canaan, and Wilton. 

13. Brooklyn* Canterbury, Hampton, Plainfield, 
Sterling, Voluntown, Windham, and Chaplin. 

14. Ashford, Killingly, Pomfret, Thompson, and 
Woodstock. 

15. Litchfield, Harwinton, New Hartford, Torring. 
ton, Winchester, Barkhamsted, and Colebrook. 

16. New Milford, Warren, Washington, Roxbury, 
Bethlem, Woodbury, Watertown, and Plymouth. 

17. Salisbury, Canaan, Norfolk, Sharon, Cornwall, 
Goshen, and Kent. 

18. Mtddletown, Durham, Chatham, and Portland. 

19. H iddam, East Haddam, Killingworth, Say- 
brook, Chester, Westbrook and Clinton. 



COMMISSIONERS. Ol 

20. Tolland, Ellington, Somers, Stafford, Union, 
and Willington. 

21. Bolton, Coventry, Columbia, Mansfield, He- 
bron, and Vernon. 



Commissioners 

ON TURNPIKE ROADS, BRIDGES, FERRIES, &C. 

Appointed by the Senate — May, 1844. 

ON TURNPIKE ROADS. 

No. 1. Boston, Martin Keeney, Rufus B. Chamberlin. 

2. Bridgeport, Ch's Johnson, Birdsey G. Plumb. 

3. Chatham and Marlborough, Abner G. Bevins. 

4. Cheshire, George Cooke, David H. Canv 

5. Colchester and Chatham, Newhall Taintor, 

Charles H. Pelton.. 

6. Center, Tallman Cross, Luther Child. 

7. Chester and North Itillingworth, Heman S. 

Franklin, Ambrose Webb. 

8. Colchester and Norwich, Russell Wildes, Oli- 

ver Woodworth.. 

9. Columbia, Elisha P. Buel, Elam Loomis, 

10. Connecticut, Joshua B.. Ferris, Jessup Al- 

vord. 

11. Cornwall and Washington^ none appointed. 

12. Canaan and Litchfield, Edward P. Hunt, 

William Miles, 2d. 

13. Connecticut and Rhode Island, Dyer H. 

Clark,, Dyer Warren. 

14. Danbury and Ridgefield* Isaac H. Seeley* 

Oliver Stone. 

15. Durham and East Guilford, Zebulon Hale* 

Jonathan Scranton. 

16. East Haddam and Colchester, Ely Warner, 

Samuel S. Warner. 

17. East Middle, Asa Thompson, Leman W. 

Cutler. 



52 COMMISSIONERS. 

18. Essex, Jerrod C. Redfield, Henry M. Stan- 

nard. 

19. Farmington River, Asa L. White, Virgil 

Taylor. 

20. Fairfield, Redding and Weston, none ap- 

pointed. 

21. Fair Haven, David Evarts, Nehemiah Smith. 

22. Goshen and Sharon, Richard Smith, Amos 

Davidson. 

23. Granby, Elisha Moore, Henry Sill. 

24. Greenwoods, Samuel Johnson, Hosea Hins- 

dale. 

25. Groton and Stonington, Elias Hewitt, Giles 

Wheeler. 

26. Guilford and Durham, Parsons Coe, Abel 

Rossiter. 

27. Hartford and New London, Solomon Cole, 

Hezekiah Goddard. 

28. Hartford and New Haven, David H. Carr, 

Horatio Gridley. 

29. Hartford, Tolland, Windham, and New Lon- 

don County, Leonard Hendee, George 
Kingsley. 

30. Hartford and Tolland, Alonzo Bailey, Ash- 

bel Olmsted. 

31. Hebron and Middle Haddam, Humphrey T. 

Fuller, Braddock Strong. 

32. Humphreysville and Salem Bridge, Leman 

Chatfield, Henry Hine. 

33. Housatonic, none appointed. 

34. Huntington, Lewis Fairchild, Hall Beardsley. 

35. Killingworth, Josiah C. Chittenden, Jona- 

than Lane. 

36. Litchfield and Cornwall, Frederick Plumb, 

Amos C. Bishop. 

37. Litchfield and Harwinton, Jonathan Rossiter, 

Charles S. Buel. 

38. Litchfield and New Milford, William Coe, 

Henry W. Booth. 

39. Middlesex, William S. Camp, Jedcdiah Post. 



COMMISSIONERS. 53 

40. Middletown and Berlin, Noah Smith, Hor- 

ace Clark. 

41. Middletown and Durham, Samuel Parsons, 

Richard Mansfield. 

42. Middletown and Meriden, Brainard Monta- 

gue, Noah Pomeroy. 

43. Mohegan, Nathaniel B. Bradford, Cortland 

Mosier. 

44. Monroe and Zoar Bridge, William A. Clark, 

Stephen Middlebrook. 

45. Moosup, none appointed. 

46. New Milford and Roxbury, Amasa Lathrop, 

Matthew Logan. 

47. Norwich and Salem, Levi H. Goddard, Elias 

Cochran. 

48. New Haven and Derby, Benjamin Beechcr, 

George Blakeman. 

49. New Haven and Milford, David £1. Carr, 

David Miles. 

50. New London and Lyme, Richard E. Lord, 

John Caverly. 

51. New London and Windham County, Amos 

Witter, George Harvey. 

52. New Milford and Sherman, Gamaliel H. St. 

John, James E. Welles. 

53. New Preston, Anson Squires, Philetus Win- 

egar. 

54. Northfield, Alanson Coley, Albert Guthrie. 

55. Norwalk and Danbury, Charles Marvin, 

Timothy B. Hickok. 

56. Norwalk and Newtown, William Baird, Lem- 

uel Beers. 

57. Norwich and Woodstock, Charles Bliss, John 

Perry, 2d. 

58. Oxford, Erastus Osborn, Daniel Tucker. 

59. Providence, John Day, Jeremiah Field. 

60. Rimmon Falls, Erastus Osborn, Daniel C. 

Augur. 

61. Salem and Hamburg, Levi H. Goddard, Sam- 

uel C. Ely. 



54 COMMISSIONERS. 

62. Sharon and Cornwall, Charles Sears, Heze- 

kiah C. Gregory. 

63. Sympaug, Barney Bartram, Elizur Benedict. 

64. Shetucket, Appleton Meach, George Loring. 

65. Stratford, none appointed. 

66. Still River, D. C. Y. More, Reuben Cooke. 

67. Southington and Waterbury, Stephen Walk- 

ley, Sherman Bronson. 

68. Sandy Brook, Calvin Sage, Richard Tibbals. 

69. Straits, Anson Sperry, Benjamin Beecher. 

70. Sugar Hollow, Matthew L. Barber, Henry 

Wildman. 

71. Talcott Mountain, S. H. Huntington, Henry 

Jones. 

72. Thompson, Oliver Morse, James Lyon. 

73. Tolland County, none appointed. 

74. Torrington, Isaac Barnes, Abijah Munn. 

75. Tolland and Mansfield, Solomon L. Griggs, 

Lorin Dimick. 

76. Washington, none appointed. 

77. Windham County, Henry Waters, Niles Pot- 

ter. 

78. Windham and Mansfield, John J. Moulton, 

Thomas Gray. 

79. West Middle, none appointed. 

80. Windham and Brooklyn, Harilah Taylor, 

John Palmer. 

81. Waterbury River, Moses Hall, Uri Taylor. 

82. Wolcottville, Reuben Cook, Anson Colt, jr. 

83. Weston, Daniel O. Wheeler, Mallett Seeley. 

84. Wells Hollow, George Shelton, Wm. H. Peet. 

85. Warren, Darius Webb, Nelson Crane. 

86. Branch, Isaac Bennett, Henry Lewis. 

87. Monroe and Newtown, Thomas Burlock, 

Walter Clark. 

88. Fairfield County, John Benedict, William D. 

Meeker. 

89. Hadlyme, Joseph Warner, George Gates. 

90. 2d Chester and North Killingworth, Horace 

Redfield, Alexander H. Gilbert. 



COMMISSIONERS. 55 

91. Black Rock, none appointed. 

92. Sherman and Redding, Frederick Edwards, 

Everitt Clark. 

93. Hop River, Benj. Sprague, John F. Bingham. 

94. North Killingworth and North Madison, 

Friend Phelps, Reuben K. Hinckley. 

95. Millington, none appointed. 

96. Litchfield and Plymouth, Harry Bisscll, Mer- 

rit Warner. 

97. River, none appointed. 

ON BRIDGES. 

No. 1. Niantic, Joel Loomis, Austin F. Perkins. 

2. Hartford, Henry Kilbourn, Jesse Judson, and 

Solomon Olmsted. 

3. Mystic, Roswell Fish, Amos Cleff. 

4. Tomlinson's, Jesse Knevals, James Thomp- 

son, jr. 

5. Bridgeport, Abraham D. Baldwin, Robert 

Wilson. 

6. Washington, Selah Strong, Enoch Foot. 

7. Derby, David VV. Plumb, Lewis Downes. 

8. Zoar, Samuel Meigs, Russell Wooster. 

9. Bennett's, Ch's B. Hickox, Josiah Sanford. 

10. Hawley's, Andrew Northrop, Lemuel B. 

Northrop. 

11. New Milford, Roswell Morris, Alanson W. 

Canfield. 

12. Bull's Falls, Asahel Wedge, George B. Hall. 

13. Pratt's, none appointed. 

14. Norwich and Preston, William P. Nash, E. 

P. Miner, Horatio Niles. 

15. Fuller's, Asahel Wedge, George B. Hall. 

16. Enfield, Timothy H. Abbe, Albert Clark. 

17. Boardman's, Roswell Morris, Alanson W. 

Canfield. 

18. Gaylord's, Roswell Morris, Alanson W. Can- 

field. 



56 COMMISSIONERS. 

ON FERRIES. 

No. 1. New London, F. R. Chapman, John Hudson. 

2. Gale's, Guy Stoddard, Daniel Williams. 

3. Chapman's, Edward Rutty, Jed'h Gardiner. 

4. Warner's, Sam'l P. Russell, Jos'h N. Holmes. 

5. Higganum, William Clark, Chauncey Childs. 

6. East Haddam, JerrodH. Shaler, Timothy F. 

Green. 

7. Middle Haddam, Huntington Selden, Hurl- 

burt Swan. 

8. Essex, Marsh E. Anderson, Jos. H. Hayden. 

9. Rocky Hill, Theo. B. Rogers, James Killam. 

10. Pratt's, Guy Sampson, James Fortune. 

11. King's, none appointed. 

12. East Windsor, Henry Sill, Horace Newbury. 

13. Warehouse Point, William Barnes, Horace 

Birge. 

14. Enfield, John N. King, Aholiab Johnson. 

15. Saybrook, Rich'd S. Griswold, Giles Blague. 

16. Haddam, Thomas Shailer, Theodore Arnold. 

17. Hartford and East Hartford, Asa Farwell, 

Ashbel Olmsted. 



COMMISSIONERS. 

New Haven and Northampton Canal Company. 
Tracy Peck, Richard Bacon, Henry Beecher. 

Norwich and Worcester Rail Road, 
Thomas Robinson, Edward Eldredge, Jona'n Nichols. 

New York and Stonington Rail Road. 
Russell Wheeler, John F. Trumbull, Jesse D. Noyes. 

Hartford and Neio Haven Rail Road. 
John B. Robertson, Sam'l C. Johnson, Wm. Field. 



COMMISSIONERS. 57 

New York and New Haven Rail Road. 
Holbrook Curtiss, Henry D. Smith, Sam'1 S. Warner* 

Housatonic Rail Road. 
Henry Dutton, Leman Church. 

Middletown Rail Road. 
Edward A. Russell, John Stewart, Romeo Lowrey, 

Union Company. 
Jeremiah Brown, Jesse Goodrich, Henry Barnard, 



COMMISSIONERS, 

Appointed by the Governor of Connecticut, to lake the 
acknowledgmvnt of Deeds, Depositions, &c, in the 
respective Slates where they reside. 
New York City — Frederick Ellsworth Mather, Ran" 
som Fayerweather, Mortimer M. Jackson, Ebenezer 
Young, William H. Smith, Charles F. Croswell, John 
Hildreth, Lewis B. Woodruff, Harrison G. O. Bab- 
cock, George Gibbs, George Fulsom, Frederick A. 
Hanford, Edmund Terry, Theodore Hinsdale, Josiah 
M. Carter, John T. Seeley, William S. Pierson, Rich- 
ard Goodman, Silas M. Stillwell, Alanson Taylor, 
Andrew Warner, John A. Morrall, Stephen J. Field, 
William S. Rowland, John Bissell, John C. Comstock, 
Stillman K. Wightman, Chas. F. Wetmore, George 
R. Sherwood, Collin M. Ingersoll, Moses B. McClay, 
Stanley Sherwood, Edmund I. Porter, Andrew A. 
Green, Martin H. Luff, Roswell C. Brainard, James 
W. Hale, Edward E. Cowles, Charles T. Sterling, 
Charles Yoe, Russel Smith, Wm. North, Spencer H. 
Spafford, George R. Waite, Charles H. Waterbury, 
Joseph Wallis, George Ireland, jr., Wm. E. Curtis, 
Effingham H. Nichols, Amasa A. Lyon, Albert Mat- 
thews, Henry G. Deforest, Joseph B. Varnum, Peter 
T. Woodbury, John E. Baldwin, jr., James Dunn, 
Simeon Baldwin. 



58 COMMISSIONERS. 

Boston — George S. Bulfinch, John P. Putnam, Jos. 
Jenkins, George M. Brown, John H. Bolles. 

Massachusetts — Oliver Dimon, Ivers I. Austin, A. 
D.Ely. 

Barre, Ms. — Walter A. Bryant. 

Philadelphia — Nathan Strong, Samuel H. Austin. 

New Orleans — John McLean Halsey, 

Albany, N. Y. — Epaphras L. Sherman* Robert J. 
Hilton, Rodman L. Joice. 

Vermont — Daniel A. Heald. 

Rochester, N. Y.— Levi A. Ward. 

Troy, N. Y. — David L. Seymour. 

Greenwich, N. Y. — Daniel Frost, jr. 

Buffalo, N. Y.— .Legrand Marvin. 

Perry, N. Y. — Isaac N. Stoddard. 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y. — -Silas E. Haight. 

Ledyard, N. Y. — Ebenezer Watrous. 

Ovid, N. Y.— Fayette Allen. 

LaFayette, Onondaga Co., N. Y. — E. Van Wert 
Dox. 

New Jersey — Frederick A. Cox. 

Newark, N.J. — John Chetwood, Geo. G. Douglass* 

Patterson, N. J. — Andrew Mead. 

Augusta, IVJe. — James L. Child. 

Rhode Island — Horatio N. Tracy, Henry Martin. 

Providence, R. I. — Walter R. Danforth. 

Newport, R. I. — George Turner. 

Detroit, Mich. — A Williams. 

Alabama — Calvin Butler. 

Mobile, Ala.— William H. Bunnell. 

St. Louis, Mo. — James B. Colt. 

Ohio — William Berney, Alexander M. Mitchell, -J. 
W. Baldwin. 

Portage Co., Ohio— William H. Smith, David R. 
Tilden. 

Brighton, Ohio — Harvey Clark. 

Jefferson Co., Ken. — Jefferson Smith. 

LaFayette, Ind. — Henry W. Ellsworth. 

Maryland — John M. Edgar, William Hamilton. 

Wilmington, N. C. — Jeremiah Lippitt. 






% NOTARIES PUBLIC. 59 

Macon, Ga. — Charles H. Higgins. 
Savannah, Ga.— John H. Goodrich. 
Missouri— John M. Eager, Edward Crafts. 
Galena, Mo.— Thomas Melville. 
Illinois — Egbert A. Thompson. 



Iiist of Notaries Public? 

COMMISSIONED IN 1844. 

Hartford — Walter Mitchell, Henry Fowler, Henry 
Perkins, Edward Goodman, Horatio T. Wells, Rich- 
ard G. Drake, Fmncis Fellowes, Charles H. Tuthill, 
Erastus Smith, William D. Ely, John W. Seymour, 
Samuel H. Parsons. 

Berlin — L. Lamb. 

Bristol — Tracy Peck. 

East Windsor — Jesse Charlton. 

Farmington — John Hooker. 

Simsbury — Richard Bacon. 

Welhersfield — Hezekiah Belden, Archibald Welch. 

New Haven — John Beach, 2d., John B. Robertson* 
Leonard A. Daggett, Sherman Scovill, Washington 
Webb, John T. Collins, William B. Bristol, Richard 
Fitzgerald, Noyes Darling, Charles Robinson, Nicol 
Johnson, Newel Johnson, 

Cheshire — Burrage Beach. 

East Haven — Bela Farnham. 

Guilford — Edward R. Landon, Henry W. Chitten- 
den. 

Madison — Reynold Webb. 

Meriden — Benajah Andrews. 

Milford — William Strong. 

Southbury — Erastus Osborn. 

Waterbury — Norton J. Buell. 

Wolcott— Archibald Tyler. 

New London — E. F. Dutton, Hiram Willey, Joseph 
C. Douglass, William C. Crump, John P. C. Mather' 
Edward H. Learned. 



60 NOTARIES PUBLIC. # 

Norwich — David Young", Ebenezer Learned, jr., 
George Perkins, George Hill, William H. Hill, Ralph 
H. Avery, Thomas Robinson, James Stedman, John 
Perkins, Gerard Carpenter. 

Franklin — Comfort D. Fillmore. 

Griswold — Julius V. Pettis.. 

Lebanon, Leonard Hebard. 

Ledyard — Samuel A. Wood, John S. Lester. 

Lisbon — Henry R. Robbins, Jonathan Perkins. 

Montville — Nicholas Latimer. 

North Stonington — Ralph Wheeler, Geo. G. Avery. 

Preston — Austin Brewster. 

Stonington — Asa Fish, Elisha Faxon, Francis Amy. 
George Hubbard, George W. Noyes, 2d., Francis 
Sheffield, Gurdon Trumbull, John D. Noyes. 

Fairfield — Francis D. Perry. 

Danbury — Sturges Selleck, Nelson L. White, Ly- 
man Keeler, Edwin Benedict. 

Bridgeport — George Burroughs, Charles Foot, Philo 
Hurd ? Isaac Sherman. 

Darien — Abram Clock. 

Newtown — Samuel C. Blackman. 

Norwalk— Thomas Warner. 

Ridgefield— Nathan Smith. 

Stamford— William H. Holly, Nathaniel D. Harght, 
Samuel R. Saterlee. 

Windham— Samuel Bingham, Calvin Willard, John 
Tracy, James C. Staniford, Thomas Gray. 

Ashford— Horace Gaylord. 

Brooklyn— Charles White. 

Chaplin— Henry T. Hough, Walter Goodell. 

Plainfield— John S, French, Joseph K. Spalding. 

Sterling— Thomas T. Hall, Amos J. Gallup, Sam'l 
H. Gibbs. 

Thompson— Simon Davis, Joseph B. Gay. 

Woodstock— John McClellan, John F. Williams. 

Litchfield— Gideon H. Hollister. 
Plymouth— Calvin Butler. 
Woodbury— Charles B. Phelps. 



POST OFFICES. 61 

Middletown-- Dennis Sage, Jonathan Barnes, Chs. 
C. Tyler. 

Had dam— Smith Clark. 
• East Haddam— Timothy Holmes, Eliph't Bulkeley. 
Saybrook— Joseph N. Hayden, Giles Blake. 
Tolland — Jonathan R. Flynt. 
Coventry — Jasper Gilbert, John W. Boynton. 
Hebron— Leonard Hendee, Lucius J. Hendee. 
"Wellington— Samuel D. Carver. 



Post Offices and Post Masters 

IN CONNECTICUT. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford, Joseph Pratt ; West, Elihu Olmsted. 

Avon, Francis Woodford. 

Berlin, Edw'd Wilcox ; New Britain, Marcellus Clark ; 

Kensington, Samuel B. Cowles. 
Bloomfield, Joab H. Hubbard. 
Bristol, George H. Mitchell. 
Burlington, Frederick Bull. 
Canton, W. H. Hawley ; Canton Centre, Simeon 

Mills ; Collinsville, S. D. Marsh ; N. Canton, C. C. 

Adams. 
East Hartford, Henry Phelps. 

East Windsor, Jas. H. Charlton ; Broad Brook, Hen- 
ry S. Kingsley ; Ketch Mills, Sumner Shepard ; 

Scantic Village, Hiram Watson ; Warehouse Point, 

H. Pease, jr. 
Enfield, Geer Terry ; Thompsonville, Geo. C. Owen ; 

Skittico, John King. 
Farmington, George D. Cowles ; Plainville, William 

Hitchcock ; Unionville, George Richards. 
Glastenbury, Benjamin Taylor ; South, Geo. Merrick. 
Granby, Daniel Hayes ; East, C. T. Hillyer; North, 

Abner Case ; West, J. D. Wilcox. 
Hartland, Calvin Benning ; West, T. D. Bosworth. 



62 POST OFFICES. 

Manchester, H. C. Woodbridge ; Buckland's Corner, 

William Jones. 
Marlborough, Asa Day. 
Rocky Hiil, Henry Whitraore. 
Simsbury, J. O. Phelps. 
Southington, Chester Whittlesey. 
Suffield, Geo. A. Loomis ; West, Charles Dennison. 
Wethersfield, J. Goodrich ; Nevvington, W. Deming. 
Windsor, Samuel O. Loomis; Locks, C. H. Dexter; 

Poquonnock, Cicero Phelps. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 
New Haven, Edward A. Mitchell ; Fair Haven, H. L. 

Scranton ; Westville, J. G. Hotchkiss. 
Bethany, Hezekiah Thomas. 
Bran ford, Orrin D. Squire. 
Cheshire, Elihu Yale. 
Derby Landing, Robert Gates ; Humphrey sville, J. D. 

Smith. 
East Haven, Ruel Andrews. 

Guilford, A. B. Wildman ; N. Guilford, H. Fowler. 
Hamden, Leveret Hitchcock. 

Madison, Jonathan S. Wilcox ; North, S. L. Blatchley. 
Meriden, Walter Booth. 
Middlebury, Larmon Townsend. 
Milford, L. N. Beardsley. 
Nausjatuck, E. Candee. 
North Branford, Timothy R. Palmer; Northford, Tim- 

othy Bartholomew. 
Orange, Philo N. Curtis. 
Oxford, H W. Upson. 
Prospect, Robert H. Piatt. 
Southbury, C. H. Hal! ; Southford, Foot; South 

Britain, Anson Bray. 
Walingford, S. H. Dutton. 
Waterbury, E. Leavenworth. 
Wolcott, William Welton. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London, James H. Turner. 

Bozrah, Stephen Fitch ; Bozrahville, H. Mowry. 



POST OFFICES. GS 

Colchester, Pomeroy Hall ; Westchester, Robbing 
Tracy. 

East Lyme, F. B. Loomis ; River Head, E. Beckwith. 

Franklin, James H. Hyde. 

Griswold, Thomas F. Edmond ; Jewett City, Samuel 
Btstion. 

Groton, Elijah Bailey ; Centre, Henry Halsey ; Por- 
tersville, J. Randall; Pequot, Jeff. Perkins. 

Lebanon, Simeon Peckham ; Exeter, Elias S. Wil- 
liams ; Liberty Hill, G. S. Gay. 

Ledyard, Erastus Gallup ; Gales Ferry, N. B. Brown. 

Lisbon, Hiram Tarbox. 

Lyme, C. W. Wait ; North, Erastus Stark ; Ham- 
burgh, S. M. Brockway ; Hadlyme, Eli P. Welles ; 
South Lyme, Russell L. Chadwick. 

Montville, Chesterfield, James Turner ; Uncasville, 
Charles Wheeler. 

Norwich Town, Henry B. Tracy ; Norwich City, John 
H. Townsend. 

North Stonington, William B. Hull ; Pendleton Hill, 
Andrew Chapman. 

Preston, H. Brown ; Poquetannock, Asa L. Latham. 

Salem, Joseph Hillard ; Gardner's Lake, Eliphalet 
Beckwith. 

Stonington, Franklin Williams ; Mystic, John Hyde ; 
Mystic Bridge, B. F. Palmer. 

Waterford, Henry Gardiner, 2d. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY* 

Fairfield. Henry C. Smith ; Southport, W. Sher- 
wood, jr. 

Danbury, Phineas D. Crosby ; Bethel, Hiram Weed. 

Bridgeport, Isaac Sherman, jr. 

Brookfield, Henry Ruggles. 

Darien, Ira Scofield. 

Greenwich, Samuel Close ; Stanwich, Harvey Smith ; 
Round Hill, O. C. Knapp. 

Huntington, Christopher N. Shelton. 

Monroe, C. H. Beardsley ; Stepney, Levi Edwards. 

Newtown, Henry May. 



64 POST OFFICES. 

Norwalk, Charles Isaacs; South, Horace Taylor. 

New Canaan, Charles Raymond. 

New Fairfield, Seeley Barnum. 

Ridgofield, Russell Jones ; Mill Plain, Elias Birchard ; 
Ridgebury, Thomas St. John ; Scott's Bridge, Da- 
vid Scott. 

Redding, Jared Olmstead ; Redding Ridge, Floyd 
Tucker. 

Sherman, Frederick Edwards. 

Stamford, Roswell Hoyt ; N. Stamford, Abishai Weed. 

Stratford, David Brooks. 

Trumbull, E. Beach ; Long Hill, B. Middlebrook. 

Westport, Hezekiah Nichols. 

Weston, Mallett Seeley. 

Wiiton, Samuel F. Lambert. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 
Brooklyn, Byron Wheaton. 
Ash ford, D. Clark; Eastford, J. Dorsett, jr. ; North, 

Cyril Keyes ; Westford, Michael Richmond. 
Canterbury, Richard Fenner; Westminster, P. Spicer. 
Chaplin, Walter Goodell. 

Hampton, William Brown ; Howard's Valley, S. Burn- 
ham. 
Killingly, Leavens Jencks ; North, George Warren ; 

South, Cyrus Day ; East, Elisha Stone ; West, Si- 

las Clapp. 
Plain field, Henry Sabin ; Centre Village, J. J. Pen. 

rose; Moosup, John Dunlap. 
Pomfrer, Benjamin Child ; Landing, B. F. Durkee ; 

Abington, Orin Sumner. 
Sterling, William Fenner. 
Thompson, Jeremiah Olney ; Wilkinson, J. O. Fox ; 

New Boston, C. C. Wood; Fisherville, J.E. Fisher. 
Voluntown, K. Gallup. 
Windham, John A. Perkins; N. Windham, Ralph 

Lincoln ; Wiliimantic, Lloyd E. Baldwin. 
Woodstock, George Bowen ; North, A. Carpenter; 

West, J. F. Williams. 



POST OFFICES. 65 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield, G. C. Woodruff; S. Farms, W. L. Smed 
ley ; Milton, G. P. Welch ; Northfield, Dan Catlin ; 
Bantam Falls, L. Kenney. 
Barkhamsted, G. W. Merrills ; Hitchcockvillc, Wm. 

H. Phelps; Pleasant Valley, Virgil Taylor. 
Bethlem, Homer Skidmoro. 

Canaan, William Watson ; South, Chauncey Reed, jr. 
Colebrook, Reuben Rockwell ; Colebrook River, Dan 

DeWolf. 
Cornwall, John R. Harrison; Bridge, Peter Bierce ; 

West, George Wiieaton. 
Goshen, Myron Norton ; North, N. H. North. 
Harwinton, Sheldon G. Catlin. 
Kent, John H. St. John; North, L. B. Bull; South 

W. T. Hopson. 
New Hartford, Tertius Wadsworth ; Centre, J. F. 

Henderson. 
New Milford, Nathaniel Perry; Bridge water, C. G. 
Sanford ; Gaylord's Bridge, Sylva. Marvin ; North, 
ville, S, Buckingham. 
Norfolk, John A. Shepard. 
Plymouth, J. C. Calhoun ; Hollow, Seth Thomas, jr. ; 

Terrysville, Philo Lewis. 
Roxbury, Myron Downs. 

Salisbury, Daniel S. Clapp; Furnace Village, J. G. 
Mitchell; Chapinville, Harvilla Loup; Falls Vil- 
lage, John A. Ensign. 
Sharon, Judson St. John ; Ellsworth, I. S. Everett. 
Torrington, Torringford, Nathaniel Smith ; Wolcott- 

ville, Orrin B. Freeman. 
Washington, D. B. Brinsmade ; Woodville, Fred'k 

Chittenden ; New Preston, E. D. Lyman. 
Warren, Edmund R. Swift. 
Watertown, Merrit Hemingway. 
Winchester, Winsted, John Boyd. 
Woodbury, Charles H. Webb. 



66 RATES OF POSTAGE. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown, Eli Wilcox; North, N. Bushnell. 

Chester, Gideon Parker, 2d. 

Clinton, R. H. Shelley. 

Durham, B. B. Beecher. 

East Haddam, Daniel B. Warner ; Moodus% James 

C. Hyde ; Millington, J. P. Arnold ; Leesville, S. 

B. Wheelock. 
Haddam, Jonathan Arnold ; Higganum, Harvey Child. 
Killingworth, Horace Redfield. 
Portland, Charles H. Sage. 
Saybrook, Rich'd E. Pratt ; Essex, A. F. Whittemore ; 

Deep River, Sediey E. Snow ; Winthrop, J. Denison. 
Westbrook, A. T. Wilcox. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 
Tolland, Luther Eaton. 
Bolton, Royal S. White. 
Columbia, B. Hartson. 

Coventry, North, E. Pomroj', jr. ; South, S. Bidwell. 
Ellington, John Hall ; Square Pond, Eph'm Dimmick. 
Hebron, Orrin C. White ; Gilead, H. Hutchinson ; 

Hope Valley, David Chapman ; Andover, Ransford 

Button. 
Mansfield, J. Woodward ; Centre, Z. Storrs. 
Somers, Erasmus E. Hamilton ; North, A. Kibbe. 
Stafford, H. M. Bolton ; Springs, D. Parkess ; West, 

E. W. Bugbey. 
Union, L. D. Newell. 

Vernon, E. G. Bingham ; Rockville, Samuel P. Rose. 
Willington, Jonathan Weston ; Moose Meadow, Ira 

M. Bidwell. 



RATES OF POSTAGE, 

For single letters composed of one piece of paper, 

Miles. Cents. 
Any distance not exceeding . 
Over 30, and not exceeding . 
Over 80, and not exceeding . 
Over 150, and not exceeding 
Over 400, 



30 


6* 


80 


10 


150 


12* 


499 


18} 




25 



RATES OF POSTAGE. 67 

Double letters, or those composed of two pieces of 
paper, are charged with double those rates. 

Triple letters, or those composed of three pieces of 
paper, are charged witli triple those rates. 

Quadruple letters, or those composed of four pieces 
of paper, are charged with quadruple those rains. 

AH letters weighing one ounce avoirdupois, or 
more, are charged at ihe rate of single postage for 
each quarter of an ounce, or quadruple postage for 
each ounce, according to weight ; and no letter can 
be charged with more than quadruple postage, unless 
the weight exceeds one ounce avoirdupois. 



NEWSPAPER POSTAGE. 

For each newspaper not carried out of the State in 
which it is published, or if carried out of the State, 
but not carried over 100 miles, 1 cent. 

Over 100 miles, and out of the State in which it-is 
published, - . - - - ]£ cents. 



MAGAZINES AND PAMPHLETS. 

If published periodically, distance not exceeding 
100 miles, . . - 1 J cents per sheet. 

do. do. over 100 miles, - 2J do. 

If not published periodically, 
distance not over 100 miles, 4 do. 

do. do. over 100 miles, 6 do. 

Small pamphlets, containing no more than a half 
sheet royal, are charged with half those rates. Eight 
pages quarto are rated as one sheet, and all other 
sizes in the same proportion. 

O 3 Printers of Newspapers may send one paper to 
each and every other printer of Newspapers within 
the United States, free of postage, under such regula- 
tions as the Post Master General may provide* 



89 COURTS OF PROBATE. 

COURTS OF PROBATE. 



DISTRICTS. 

Hartford, 

Avon, 

Berlin, 

Bristol, 

Burlington, 

Canton, 

E. Windsor, 

Enfield, 

Farmington, 

Granby, 

Hartland, 

Simsbury, 

Southington, 

Suffield, 

New Haven, 

Cheshire, 

Guilford, 

Madison, 

Meriden, 

Milford, 

Wallingford, 

Waterbury, 



JUDGES. 

Wm. N. Matson. 
Alfred Kellogg. 
E. A. Andrews. 
Tracy Peck. 
E. Hotchkiss. 
Eph'm. Mills. 
William Barnes. 
A.Johnson. 
Egbert Cowles. 
Truman Allen. 
Erastus Bement 
Dud. Humphrey. 
Steph. Walkley. 
Harvey Bissell. 

E. K. Foster. 
S. Hitchcock. 
Ralph D. Smith, 
Jesse Crampton, 
B. Andrews. 
Selah Strong. 
Eben'r H. Ives. 
Norton J. Buel. 



New London,Philip Morgan. 
Norwich, George Perkins. 
Bozrah, Gardner Avery. 

Colchester, D. B. Carroll. 
East Lyme, Peter Com stock 
Groton, Nathan Daboll. 

Lebanon, E. Waterman. 
Ledyard, E. Williams. 
Lyme, Wm. Marvin. 

N. Stonington, Elias Hewitt. 
Salem, Nathan Minard 

Stonington, Asa Fish. 



Fairfield, 

Danbury, 

Bridgeport, 

Newtown, 

Norwalk, 

Reading, 

Ridgefield, 

Stamford, 



Rufus Blakeman 
Edward Taylor 
Isaac Sherman. 
Theoph. Nichols. 
Benj. Isaacs. 
Tho. B. F anion 
Harvey Smith. 
Joshua B. Ferris. 



DISTRICTS. 

Stratford, 

Weston, 

Westport, 

Brooklyn, 

Ashford, 

Canterbury, 

Hampton, 

Killingly, 

Plainneld, 

Pom fret, 

Thomson, 

Voluntown, 

Windham, 

Woodstock, 

Litchfield, 

Barkhamsted 

Harwinton, 

Kent, 

N. Hartford, 

New Milford, 

Norfolk, 

Plymouth, 

Roxbury, 

Sharon, 

Washington, 

Wat.ertown, 

Winchester, 

Woodbury, 

Middletown, 

Chatham, 

E. Haddam, 

Haddam, 

Killingvvorth, 

Saybrook, 

Tolland, 

Ellington, 

Hebron, 

Mansfield, 

Somers, 

Stafford, 



JUDGES. 

David Plant. 
B. Winton. 

Eliphalet Swift. 

B. P. Spalding. 
Dan'l Knowlton. 
Solomon Paine. 
R. Copeland. 
Thomas Backus. 
Joseph Eaton. 
Job Williams. 
Jona. Nichols. 
Harv. Campbell 
Jared Clark. 
J. F. Williams. 

Ralph G. Camp. 
,Jesse Ives. 
Lewis Smith. 
J. C. Hatch. 
Roger H. Mills. 
Nathaniel Perry. 
Mich. F. Mills. 

H. B. Eastman. 
C H. Hubbard. 
D. B. Brinsmade 
Holbrook Curtis. 
Gideon Hall, jr. 
L. B. Sprague. 

Samuel Cooper. 
David Cornwall. 
Gideon Higgins. 
Smith Clark. 
George Carter. 
Selden M. Pratt. 

Elisha Stearns. 
Phineas Talcott. 
Abner Hendee. 
Z aim on Storrs. 
Walter R.Kibbe. 
Zina Winter. 



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CLERGYMEN. 75 

Clergymen, 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 
■ Hartford — Joel Hawes, D. D., Horace Bushnell, 

D. D M Isaac N, Sprague, Thomas H. Gallaudet, J. W. 

C. Pennington, c. ; Rt. Rev. Tliomas C. Brownell, D. 
D., George Burgess, Silas Totten, D. D., Arthur C. 

Coxe, e. ; Robert R. Raymond, b. ; Stopford, 

M. ; John Moore, u. ; John Brady, r. c. 

Avon — Stephen Hubbell, John Bartlett, c. ; Niles 
Whiting, b. 

Berlin — William Woodworth, Royal Robbins, Sam'l 
Rockwell, Chester S. Lyman, c. ; F. Barney, b. ; Ste- 
phen Rushmore, m. ; L. Guion, e. ; D. H. Plumb, u. 

Bristol— Raymond H. Seeley, c. ; Joseph S. Covill, 

E. ; Edward Savage, b. 

Bloomfield — Daniel Gibbs, c. ; Nathaniel Kellogg, 
M. ; Lathrop M. Wheeler, b. 

Burlington — Erastus Scranton, James Noyes, c. ; 
John B. Beach, m. ; David Bennett, b. 

Canton — Jairus Burt, Charles McLean c; G. B. 
Atwell, b. 

East Hartford — Samuel Spring, c. ; Turner, 

F. U. Ferris, m. 

East Windsor— .Levi Smith, Shubael Bartlett, O, 
F. Parker, c. ; William C. Walker, b. 

Enfield — Francis L. Robbins, c, ; Joseph Harvey, 

D. D. p. ; M, P, Alderman, — Lamberton, m. ; Philip 
Burlingame, Shak. speaker. 

Farmington — Noah Porter, D. D., Richard Wood- 
ruff, — Wright, c. 

Glastenbury — James A. Smith, Warren G. Jones, 
Aaron Snow, c. ; George H. Nichols, e. ; C. W. Tur- 
ner, — Dow, M. 

Granby — 

Hartland — I. C.fHaughton, Aaron Gates, c. ; Pe- 
ter Tatro, jr., Asa Bushnell, Asa Bushnell, jr., John 
Sweet, m. 

Manchester — Sennet F. Northrop, c. 



76 CLERGYMEN. 

Marlborough — Hiram Bell, c; — Dean, m. 

Rocky Hill — Calvin Chapin, D. D., c. ; John Love- 
joy, B. Redfbrd, m. 

Simsbury — Allen McLean, c. ; Ransom Warner, e. ; 
William Reed, B. ; Seth W. Scofield, m. 

Southington — E. C. Jones, c. ; W. P. Pattison, b. 
Suffield — A. C. Washburn, J. W. Sessions, c. ; D, 
Ives, A. M. Torbitt, b. ; H. T. Geralds, m. 

Wethersfield — Joab Brace, c. 

Windsor— William B. Corbin, e. ; J. Heuson, m. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

New Haven — Leonard Bacon, D. D., Samuel W, 
S. Dutton, Elisha L. Cleaireland, Edward Strong, 
Abraham C. Baldwin, Joseph P. Thompson, (Yale 
Coll.) Jeremiah Day, D. D., Nathaniel W. Taylor, 
D. D., Eleazar T. Fitch, D. D., (Fair Haven,) Bonja- 
jamin L. Swan, (Westville,) Judson A. Root, (Afri- 
can,) Amos G. Beman, c. ; H. Croswell, D. D., Jo- 
seph H. Nichols, Isaac Hallam, A. B. Chapin, Ste- 
phen Jewett, (Westville,) Henry Townsend, e. ; F. 
Hodgson, — Brewer, m. ; (Westville,) T. C. Teas, 
dale, E. T. Winter, b. ; James Smith, r. c, 

Bethany — Daniel B. Butts, c. ; Frederick W.Wood- 
ward, e. ; — Bangs, m. 

Branford— Timothy P. Gillett, c. ; Frederick Mil- 
ler, jr., e. ; Simon Shailer, m. 

Cheshire — Vacant, c. ; E. Beardsley, e. 

Derby — Zephaniah Swift, George Thacher, Will- 
iam B. Curtiss, c. ; William B. Ashley, Joseph Scott, 
John D. Smith, e. ; C. C. Keys, Moses Biydenburg, m. 

East Haven — Stephen Dodd, c. ; George W. Nich- 
ols, e. gpq| 

Guilford— E. E. Hall, Zolva Whitmore, c. ; L. T. 
Bennett, David Baldwin, e. ; J. A. Edwards, m. ; A. 
B. Goldsmith, b. 

Hamden— blames Bimey, Austin Putnam, c. ; Chs. 
W. Everest, e. ; Charles Stearns, m. ; Davidj, Brad- 
ley^. 



CLERGYMEN. 77 

Madison — Samuel N. Shepard, L. S. Hough, c. ; 
George F. Kcltcll, William E. Bowen, m. 

Meriden— Geo W. Perkins, c. ; Hervey Miller, b. ; 
Cyrus Munson, e. 

Middlebury — Jason Atvvater, c. ; Dan'l Wooster, m. 

Milford— Bezalcel Pinneo, Asa M. Train, c. ; F, 
E. White, e. ; John II. Wuterbury, b. 

Naugatuck — Vacant, c. 

North Branford— John D. Baldwin, Wm. J. Board- 
man, c. ; David Baldwin, Henry Fitch, e. 

North Haven — Leverett Griggs, c. ; H. Fitch, e. 

Orange — Cyrus Brewster, c. 

Oxford— Stephen Topliff, c. ; Abel Nichols, e. 

Prospect — Reuben Torroy, c. 

Southbury — William H. Whittemore, Oliver B. 
Butterfield, c. 

Wolcott — Aaron C. Beach, c. ; Wm. G. French, e. 

Wallingford — Edwin R. Gilbert, c* ; William Bry- 
ant, e. ; A. E. Denison, b. 

W 7 aterbury— Vacant, c. ; Frederick Holcomb, D. D., 
Nathaniel S. Richardson, e,; Philo R. Hurd, C. Nel- 
son, A. DePen, m. 

Woodbridge, S. H. Elliott, c. 

Woodbury — Samuel R. Andrew, John Churchill, c. 



NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London — Abel McEwen, Joseph Hurlbut, c. ; 
Robert A. Hallam, e. ; John Blain, b. ; S. Benton, 
George M. Thompson, R. W. Alien, m. ; Thomas I. 
Greenwood, u. 

Norwich— Hiram P. Arms, Alvan Bond, A. L. 
Whitman, Willard Child, c. ; William F. Morgan, e. ; 
William Palmer, M. ; G. Clark, b. ; Daniel Dorchester, 
David N. Bently, I. Newell, S. Benton, S, Swan, m. ; 
R. O. Williams, u. 

Bozrah — William M. Birchard, George Perkins, c. ; 
Benjamin G. Goff, E. Loomis, b. 

Colchester — Joel R. Arnold, SpofTord D. Jewett, c; 
Robert C. Mills, John B. Ballard, Augustus Bolles, b. ; 
Robert Allyn, m. 



78 CLERGYMEN. 

East Lyme — Frederick Gridley, c. ; Chester Tilden, 
B. ; A. B. Wheeler, m. 

Franklin— Samuel. Nott, D. D., c. ; C. D. Filli. 
more, Hial Fillimore, m. 

Griswold — Roswell Whitmore, Thomas L. Ship- 
man, c. ; Charles Emerson, I. Post, m. ; B. Cook, b. 

Groton — Jared R. Avery, c. ; James B. Berg, m. ; 
Simon B. Bailey, E. Denison, I. E. Stewart, — Mi- 
ner, — Palmer, b. 

Lisbon — Levi Nelson, Joseph Ayer, jr., c. 

Lyme — Davis S. Brainerd, Stephen A. Loper, c. ; 
Henry Tarbush, Walter Weekie, m. ; Pierpont Brock- 
et, Thomas Dowling, b. 

Lebanon — John C. Nichols, Stephen Hayes, c. ; 
N. Wildman, b. ; Frederick Coe, ch. 

Ledyard — Timothy Tattle, c. ; Ralph Hurlbut, m. ; 
S. H. Peckham, b. ; Zephaniah Watrous, q. 

Montville — Spencer F. Beard, Anson Gleason, c. ; 
R. Russell, b. ; L. Cady, m. 

North Stonington — Philo Judson, c. ; Chas. Rand, 
M. ; John Green, James R. Stone, b. 

Preston — A. B. Collins, c. ; H. R. Knapp, b. 

Salem — Charles Thompson, c. 

Stonington — N. B. Cook, c. ; A. G. Palmer, b. 

Waterford — Fr's Darrow, P. G. Whitman, f. d. b. ; 
Lester T. Rogers, s. d. b. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield — Lyman H. Atwater, Thomas B. Stur. 
ges, c. 

Bridgeport — Nathaniel Hewit, D. D., John H. Hun- 
ter, c. ; Gurdon S. Coit, e. ; J. S. Gilder, m. ; William 
W.Smith, b. ; S. B. Brittan, u. ; — Servington, Isaac 
Parker, a. 

Brookfield — Daniel C. Curtis, c. ; H. D. Noble, e. 

Danbury — Rollin S. Stone, c. 

Darien — Ezra D. Kinney, c. 

Greenwich Noah Coe, Chauncey Wilcox, S. B. S. 



CLERGYMEN. 79 

Bissell, c. ; B. M. Yarrington, e. ; E. S. Raymond, b. ; 
— Putney, m. 

Huntington.— Charles N. Seymour, c. ; George S. 
Gordon, e. ; — Knapp, b. 

Monroe — Robert D. Gardner, c; Rodney Rossiter, 
e. ; Sanford Hill, — Fuller, m. ; — Denison, b. 

Norwalk— Edwin Hall, — Hawley, c. 

Newtown-— John L. Ambler, c. 

New Canaan— Theophilus Smith, c. ; Jas. Romer, m. 

New Fairfield David C. Perry, c, ; Uriah Mead,M. 

Redding— David C. Comstock, c. ; Hawley Sanford, 
William F. Collins, Morris Hill, Moses Hill, m. ; J. 
J. Smith, p. m. 

Ridgefield— James A. Hawley, Zalmon B. Burr, C.J 
Abram S. Francis, m. ; David B. Short, e. 

Stratford— William B. Weed, c. ; John Morgan, e.; 
Daniel Smith, m. 

Sherman— No returns. 

Stamford— Daniel Smith, John W. Alvord, F. H.' 
Ayers, c. ; Ambrose M. Todd, e.; B. A. Parker, b. ; 
Peter C. Oakley, Jacob Washburn, Sands Adams, m. 

Trumbull — Vacant, c. ; David G. Tomlinson, Wm. 
W. Bronson, e. 

Westport — Henry Benedict, c. 

Weston— Charles S. Prentice, c. 

Wilton — John Smith, c. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn — George J. Tillotson, c; R. Camp, e. 

Ashford — Charles Hyde, Francis Williams, c, ; E. 
Skinner, G. Mixture, B. Munger, b. 

Canterbury — Walter Clark, Asa King, c. ; L. Ba- 
ker, u. 

Chaplin—Erastus Dickinson, c. 

Hampton — William Barnes, c. ; A. Burnham, ch. 

Killingly — Henry Robinson, Tliomas O. Rico, c. ; 
John Howson, m. ; Nicholas Branch, Daniel Williams, 
b. ; George W. Greenslet, ch. 

Plainfield — Andrew Dunning, c. ; Daniel D. Lyon, 
James Smith, b. ; — Osborn, m. 



80 CLERGYMEN. 

Pomfret — Daniel Hunt, Nathan S. Hunt, c. ; Ros- 
well Park, e. ; Benjamin Congdon, b. 

Sterling — Jacob Allen, c. ; Peleg Peckham, John 
Gardiner, b. 

Thompson — Daniel Dow, D. D., c. ; L. G. Leon- 
ard, b. ; B. C. Phelps, — Palmer, m. 

Voluntown — Jacob Allen, c. ; Charles S. Weaver, 
Gershom Palmer, b. 

Windham— John E. Tyler, Thomas Tallman, An- 
drew Sharp, c. ; Giles H. Deshon, e. ; — Corwin, m. ; 
Henry Greenslet, ch. 

Woodstock — Benjamin Ober, Thomas Boutelle, c. 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield — D. L. Parmelee, J. L. Dickinson, c. ; 
Truman Marsh, Isaac Jones, William Payne, G.C. V. 
Eastman, Samuel I. Carpenter, e. ; D. L. Marks, m. 

Barkhamsted — Reuben S. Hazen, Luther H. Bar- 
ber, c. ; C. Williams, H. Frisbie, e. 

Bethlem — Fosdick Harrison, c. ; Jonathan Coe, e. 

Canaan — Harley Goodwin, c. ; George W. Fash, e. 

Cornwall— Hiram Day, Joshua L. Maynard, c. ; 
Thomas Edwards, Francis Hill, m. 

Colebrook — Alfred E. Ives, c. 

Goshen — Lavaleete Perrin, Chester Colton, c. ; Jo- 
seph D. Marshall, m. 

Harwinton — Charles Bentley, c. ; Henry Zell, e. 

Kent — William W. Andrews, c; Geo. W. Fash, e. 

New Hartford — Cyrus Yale, Alex'r Leadbetter, c. 

New Milford — John Greenwood, James Kilbourn, 
c. ; Enoch Huntington, e. ; Daniel Baldwin, Eleazer 
Beecher, b. ; William II. Bangs, m. 

Norfolk — Joseph Eldridge, c. ; Thomas F. Lodge, 
— Horton, m. ; A, B. Hubbard, b. 

Plymouth — Ephraim Lyman, Harvey D. Kitchel, 
c. ; Isaac H. Tuttle, Servilius Stocking, e. 

Roxbury — Austin Isham, c. ; George Kerr, m. 

Salisbury — Adam Reid, c. ; William Warland, E. ; 
O. V. Amerman, m. 



CLERGYMEN. 81 

Sharon — Grove L. Brownell, John W. Beecher, c; 
Martin Moody, e. 

Torrington — John A. McKinstry, Brown Emerson, 
Samuel Day, c. ; John Morrison Reed, — Beach, m. 

Warren — John R. Keep, c. ; Charles Evorett, m. 

Washington — Gurdon Hayes, c. ; Geo. L. Foote, e, 

Watertown — Philo R. Hurd, c. 

Winchester — Frederick Marsh, August. Pomroy, 
C.J D. W. Clark, m. 

Woodbury — Samuel R. Andrew, John Churchill, 
c. ; G. S. Gilbert, m, ; Richard Cox, e, 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown — John R. Crane, Zabulon Crocker, 
Andrew L. Stone, c. ; Horace Hills, jr., e. ; Stephen 
Olen, D. D., E. E. Griswold, Laban Clark, J. F. Hu- 
ber, Joseph Holdrich, Daniel Burrows, m. ; Frederick 
Wight man, Jonathan Goodwin, William G. Howard, 
b. ; Townsend B. Abel,u. 

Chatham — Samuel M"oseley, Rufus Smith, c. 

Chester — Amos S. Chesebrough, c. ; A. Gates, b. 

Clinton—Enoch S. Huntington, c. ; A. C. Wheat, 
b. ; J. A. Hard, m. 

Durham— Charles L. Mills, c. ; William C. Hoyt, m. 

East Haddam — Isaac Parsons, Nathaniel Miner, c. ; 
Stephen Geer, e. 

Haddam — David D. Field, D. D., c. ; — Searls, m. ; 
— Jennings, b. 

Killingworth — Ephraim G. Swift, c. 

Portland — Harvey Talcott, c. ; S. M. Emmery, e. 

Saybrook — Ethan B. Crane, Joseph D. Hull, Fred- 
erick W. Cnapman. c. ; S. G. Hitchcock, Junius M. 
Willey, e. ; W. G. Miller, — Murrey, R. K. Mills, b. ; 
H. D. Latham, m. 

Westbrook — Wm. A. Hyde, c. ; Nathan Tibbals, m. 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland — Abram Marsh, c. ; James Squire, b. ; A, 
Holway, John P. Bradley, m, ; Alpheus Geer, e. 
6 



82 BISHOPS 

Bolton — James Ely, c. ; Richard Donhersley, m. 

Coventry — George A. Calhoun, Alpha Miller, c. 

Columbia — James W. Woodward, c. 

Ellington — Diodate Brockway, c. 

Hebron— Edgar J. Doolittle, Charles Nichols, c. ; 
Alpheus Geer, e. ; J. Mather, m. 

Mansfield— Anson S.Atwood, Aaron R. Livermore, 
€J. ; David B. Cheeney, b. ; — Blackmer, m. 

Somers — James P. Terry, c. ; John F. Blanchard, m„ 

Stafford — -George H.. Woodward, Elliot Palmer, c. 

Union — Samuel I. Curtis, c. 

Vernon — Vacant, c. 

Willington — David Bancroft, c. ; E. Cushman, b, 



BISHOPS OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES. 

Rt. Rev. Philander Chase, D. D., Illinois, Presiding 

Bishop. 
J. P. K. Henshaw, D„ D., Maine, Acting. 
Manton Eastburn, D.. D.,. Massachusetts. 
John P. K. Henshaw, D: D., Rhode Island. 
John H. Hopkins, D. D., Vermont. 
Thomas C. Brownell, D. D., LL. D., Connecticut, 
Benjamin T, Onderdonk, D. D.. New York. 
William H. De Lancey, D. D., Western N. York. 
George W. Doane, D. D., New Jersey.- 

Pennsylvania. 
Alfred Lee, D, D., Delaware. 
William R. Whittingham, D. D., Maryland. 
William Meade, D. D., Virginia. 
Levi S. Ives, D. D., LL. D., North Carolina. 
Christopher Gadsden, D. D. 7 South Carolina. 
Stephen Elliott, D. D., Georgia. 
Charles P. Mcllvaine, D. D., Ohio. 
James H. Otey, D. D., Mississippi, — provisional. 
B. B. Smith, D. D., Kentucky. 
James H. Otey, D. D., Tennessee. 
Samuel A. McCoskry, D. D., Michigan. 
Rev. Alfred E. Ford, Florida. 



SOCIETIES. 83 

Leonidas Polk, D. D., Louisiana. 

Jackson Kemper, D. D., Indiana. 

Cicero S. Hawks, D. D., Missouri. 

N. Western Mission Ch., Jackson Kemper, D. D. ; 

Missionary. 
Arkansas, Rev. George W. Herman, Missionary. 



Societies. 

TRUSTEES OF THE MISSIONARY SOCIETY OP 
CONNECTICUT. 

Rev. Joel Hawes, D. D., Hon. Seth Terry, Rev. Noah 
Porter, D. D., Hon. Elisha Stearns, Hon. Samuel J. 
Hitchcock, Rev. Samuel Spring, Rev. Timothy P. Gil- 
iett, Rev. Alvan Bond, Thomas C. Perkins, Esq., Hon. 
Thomas S. Williams, Rev. Horace Bushnell, D. D. 
Edward Goodwin, Esq. 

Francis Parsons, Esq. Treasurer. 

Rev. Horace Hooker, Secretary and Auditor. 

CONNECTICUT BRANCH OF THE AMERICAN 
TRACT SOCIETY. 

Rev. T. H. Gallaudet, President. 
David F. Robinson, Vice President. 
Charles Hosmer, Treasurer and Secretary. 
Directors — Thomas Smith, Albert W. Butler, R. G. 
H. Huntington, William L. Collins, Calvin Day. 
General Agent — Charles Hosmer. 

EPISCOPAL CONVENTION. 

Standing Committee of the Diocese. — Rev. H. Cros- 
well, Rev. S. F. Jarvis, Rev. George Burgess, Rev. F. 
Holcomb, Rev. A. Todd. 

Clerical Delegates to the General Convention. — 
Rev. Dr. Croswell, Rev. Dr. Jarvis, Rev. Dr. Mead, 
Rev. Mr. Lee. 



84 SOCIETIES. 

Lay Delegates. — Seth P. Beers, Samuel H. Hunting- 
ton, J. M. L. Scoville, Starr Ferry. 

Trustees of the General Theological Seminary.— 
Clergy — Rev. H. Croswell, Rev. S. F. Jarvis, Rev. H. 
C. Mead, Rev. R. A. Hallam, Rev. S. Jewett, Rev. G. 
Burgess, Rev. W. Watson, Rev. A. S. Todd, Rev. A. 
C. Coxe. 

■ Laity— S. H. Huntington, Wm. H. Scoville, S. G. 
Cornell, R. I. Ingersoll, Isaac Toucey. 

BAPTIST EDUCATION SOCIETY. 

Rev. T. C. Teasdale, President. 
Rev.Gurdon Robins, > y . PrM : dentq 
Rev. Harvey Miller, \ Vlce ^ residents - 
Rev. Robert R. Raymond, Secretary. 
J. W. Dimock, Treasurer, 

Trustees — Augustus Bolles, C. C. Burnett, W. G. 
Howard, G. B. Atwell, E. Savage. 

SUNDAY S. AND PUBLICATION SOCIETY. 



Rev. N. Wildman, President. 

Rev. D. Ives, i 

Rev. J. B. Guild, > Vice Presidents. 

Rev. E. Denison. ) 

Rev. B. Cook, Secretary. 

Dea.W. P. Benjamin, Treasurer. 

Managers— M. G. Clark, C. C. Comstock, J. H. 
Waterbury, J. Blain, R. C. Mills, P. G. Wightman, 
M. T. Richards, L. Southworth, H. Bromley, P. 
Brockett. 

CONNECTICUT STATE COLONIZATION SOCIETY. 

Hon. Roger M. Sherman, President. 

Vice Presidents— Prof. Benjamin Silliman, Rt. Rev. 
T. C. Brownell, Rev. L. Bacon, D. D., Rev. T. H. 
Gallaudet, Seth Terry, Esq., Hon. T. W. Williams. 
Hon. Seth P. Beers, Hon. C. W. Rockwell. 

Rev. W. W. Turner, Secretary. 



SOCIETIES. 85 

Charles Sheldon, Treasurer. 

Managers — James B. Hosmer, Hartford ; Henry- 
White, New Haven; Rev. Gurdon Robins, Austin 
Dunham, Win. T. Lee, Elihu Geer, John H. Goodwin, 
John L. Boswell, Wm. B. Ely, Ebenezer Flower, Hart- 
ford ; Samuel Russell, Middletown; Rev. Lyman At- 
water, Fairfield ; Rev. T. C. Teasdale, Prof. Denison 
Olmsted, Charles W. Hinman, New Haven. 

Rev. Samuel Cornelius, Agent. 

Executive Committee — Rev. Gurdon Robins, James 
B. Hosmer, Austin Dunham. 



GENERAL HOSPITAL SOCIETY. 

President — Jonathan Knight, M. D* 

Directors— Timothy P. Beers, M. D., V. M. Dow, 
M. D., Dr. John Skinner, Hon. Dennis Kimberly, Chas. 
Hooker, M. D., Hon. W. W. Boardman, E. H. Bishop, 
M. D., P. A. Jewett, M. D., S. M. Stone, Henry Peck. 

Auditor — Edward C. Herrick, Esq. 

Vice President — Hon. Dennis Kimberly. 

Treasurer — Amos Townsend, jr. 

Secretary— P. A. Jewett, M. D. 

Prudential Committee— T. P. Beers, M. D., V. M. 
Dow, M. D., S.M. Stone. 

Visitors^-Dr. John gkinner, T. P. Beers, M. D., 
Samuel Punderson, M. D., Henry Peck, James Don- 
aghe, W. H. Ellis. 

Physicians and Surgeons — Eli Ives, M. D., Jonathan 
Knight. M. D., V. M'. Dow, M. D., Chas. Hooker, M. 
D., E. H. Bishop, M. D.,P. A. Jewett, M. D. 

Agent for Marine Hospital Fund — P. A." Jewett, 
M. D. 
Agent for Subscriptions — Dr. John Skinner. 

Agents to loan Money — Hon. W. W. Boardman, and 

V.M.Dow, M. D. 

The Hospital is open for the reception of patients at 
the rate of three dollars per week. This amount covers 
all charges for board, medicine and medical attendance. 



$6 SOCIETIES. 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

Hon. Thomas Day, President. 

Vice Presidents — Prof. J. L. Kingsley, Rev. David 
D. Field, D. D., David S. Boardman, James Ward, 
Hon. John S. Peters, Thomas S. Perkins, John McClel- 
lan, Thomas B. Butler. 

Corresponding Secretary — Henry Barnard, 2d. 

Recording Secretary — Charles Hosmer. 

Treasurer — James B. Hosmer. 

Standing Committee— Rev. Leonard Bacon, D. D.. 
Erastus Smith, Rev. George Burgess, E. Champion 
Bacon, Gdeon Wells, Charles H. Olmsted, Edward C. 
Her rick. 



CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

FELLOWS. 

Hartford County. 
Theodore Sill, m. d., Benjamin Rogers, Julius S. 
Barnes, m. d., Geo. Sumner, m. d , Ralph Carter, m. d. 
New Haven County. 
Jonathan Knight, m. d., Joel Canfield, u. d., Levi 
Ives, m. d., P. A. Jewett, m.d., *4.mbrose Beardsley,M.D. 
New London County. 
Joseph Durfey, m. d., Worthington Hooker, bi, d., 
Ashbel Woodward, m. d., Elijah Dyer, m. d., William 
Hyde, m. d. 

Fairfield County. 
Elijah Middlebrook, m. d., Rufus Blakeman, m. d., 
A. L. Williams, m. d., E. B. Middlebrook, m. d., Geo. 
Blakeman. 

Windham County. 
Morey Burgess, m. d., Dyer Hughes, m. d., Lorenzo 
Marcey, m. d., Orrin Witter, Cyrus Hutchins, m. d. 
Litchfield County. 
Johnson C. Hatch, m. d., George Seymour, m. d., 
Norman Lyman, m. d., John A. Gillett, m. d., Thomas 
S. Seeley, m. d. 



SOCIETIES. 87 

Middlesex County, 
George O. Jarvis, m. d., Frederick WrShepard, m. d. 
Horace Burr, m. d, 

Tolland County. 
Oliver K. Isham, m. d., Earl Swift, m. d., Horatio 
Dow, M. D. 

OFFICERS. 

Luther Ticknor, m. d., President. 
Archibald Welch, m. d,, Vice President. 
V. M. Dow, m. d., Treasurer. 
Worthinoton Hooker, m. d., Secretary. 



STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Luther Ticknor, m. d., ex-officio. \ 

Charles Woodward, m. n., / Committee 

Archibald Welch, m. d. \ of 

Rufus Blakeman, m. d., y Examination* 

Win. H* Coggswell, m. d., J 

V 1 R VG r) - '' iv / Committee 

r>" u* j w i# * V to Nominate Phy- 

Kichard Warner, m. d., > . . c ,, D , , 

AT T ( sician of the Retreai 

Norman Lyman, m. d.., \ . /, r 

J ) for the Insane. 

Elijah Middlebrook, m. d„, *\ Committee to 

W T illiam S. Pierson, m. d., / Nominate Profes- 

Reynold Webb, m. d., > sors in the Medical In- 

Ashbel Woodward, M. d., \ stitution of Yale 

Henry C. Beardslee, m. n., J College. 



ORDINARY MEMBERS. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Archibald Welch, M. D., Wethersfield, Chairman. 
Gurdon W. Russell, M. D., Hartford, Clerk. 
Hartford, Silas Fuller, George Sumner, David S« 
Dodge, Henry Holmes, S. B. Beresford, G. B. Haw- 



8© SOCIETIES 

ley, E. E. Marcy, G. W. Russell, David Crary, P. W* 
Ellsworth, Benjamin Rogers, E. K. Hunt, Samuel B- 
Fuller, Samuel Banks, Seth Saltmarsh, John S. Butler* 
Thomas B. Kittredge, H. A. Grant, Samuel B. Low* 
Edward Brace, Lemuel Wales. 

Avon, Alfred Kellogg. 

Berlin, Horatio Gridley, Sylvester Bulkley, E. Bran- 
dagee, jr., Samuel Hart, Lucius Woodruff, E. D. Bab- 
cock. 

Bloomfield, John Wells. 

Bristol, Jared W. Pardee, Joseph W. Camp. 

Burlington, William Fields, William Elton, 2-d., Jer- 
emiah Burwell. 

Canton, Bernadam Kasson, Thomas G. Hazen, Sc, 
W. Brown, R. H. Tiffany. 

East Hartford, Pardon Brownell, Eli Hall. 

East Windsor, Elijah F. Reed, Horace C. Gillett, 
Sidney Rockwell r Hiram Watson, James H. Morton. 
William Woods. 

Enfield, J. P. Converse, A. L. Spalding. 

Farmington, Asahel Thompson, E. W T . Carrington,. 
Julius Willard, Chauncey Brown. 

Glastenbury, Ralph Carter r — Andrus, Roswell 
Hawley, Sabin Stocking, L. W. Mcintosh. 

Granby, Jairus Case, Joseph F. Jewett, Josiah C> 
Banning, Chester Hamlin, Justus D. W T ilcox. 

Hartland, William H. Huggins. 

Manchester, William C. Williams, Harrison Mcin- 
tosh, William Woodbridge* 

Marlborough* 

Simsbury, Augustus R. Case, R. A. White, George 
W. Sanford. 

Bfiaj^Hill, Ashbel W. Barrows. 
^SoulSSfifton, Julius S. Barnes, Frederick A. Hart. 
f 'Snffield, Asaph L. Bissell, S. Ives. 

Wethersfield, Archibald Welch, E. F. Cooke, Ash- 
bel Robertson. 

Windsor, William S. Pierson, Theodore Sill, Henry 
C Preston. 



SOCIETIES. 89 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

Reynold Webb, M. D., Madison, Chairman. 
v Pliny A. Jewett, M. D., New Haven, Clerk. 

New Haven, John Skinner, Eli Ives, Jona. Knight, 
T. P. Be.rs, Samuel Punderson, V. M. Dow, Alfred 
S. Monson, C. Hooker, Henry B. Porter, N. B. Ives, 
E. H. Bishop, D. H. Moore, E. D. North, J. Augustus 
Totten, P. T. Miller, L. A. Thomas, Levi Ives, Pliny 
A. Jewett, J. Thompson Hotchkiss, J. D. Whelpley, 
L. D. Wilcoxson, D. L. Daggett, G. O. Sumner, C. 
L. Uhlhorn, D. A. Tyler, Samuel Lloyd, Lester Keep, 
C. S. Thomson. 

Bethany, A. C. Woodward. 

Branford, Willoughby L. Lay. 

Cheshire, Asa J. Driggs. 

Derby, Josiah M. Colburn, W. J. Whiting, Ambrose 
Beardsley, Abiram Stoddard, Sheldon C. Johnson, J. 
Kendall, Thomas Stoddard, 

East Haven, Bela Farnham. 

Guilford, Joel Canfield, Elisha Hutchinson, Alvan 
Talcott. 

Madison, Reynold Webb, Edward Potter, G. E. 
Perkins. 

Meriden, B. H. Catlin, G. Barlow. 

Middlebury, Jacob Linsley, Robert Crane. 

Milford, Andrew French, Hull Allen, Lucius N. 
Beardsley. 

North Branford, Sheldon Beardsley. 

North Haven, Anson Moody, Chauncey B. Foote, 
George A. Moody. 

Naugatuck, Timothy Langdon, J. D. Mears. 

Oxford, N. Stone, J. Lounsbury. 

Orange, P. N. Curtiss. 

Prospect, Aaron Austin. 

Southbury, Anthony B. Burritt, Nathan C. Bald- 
win. 

Wallingford, Lyman Parker, B. F. Harrison. 

Waterbury, Joseph Porter, Daniel Porter, M. C. 



90 SOCIETIES 

Leavenworth, Henry Bronson, David Pritchard, G. L. 
Piatt. 

Woodbridge, Isaac Goodsel!, Andrew Castle. 

Wolcott, Henry Byington. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

Avery Downer, M. D., Preston, Chairman. 

Rufus W. Mathewson, M. D., Norwich, Clerk, 

New London, Archibald Mercer, Dyer T. Brainard, 
Nathaniel S. Perkins, James Morgan, I. G. Porter, 
William W. Miner. 

Norwich, R. P. Tracy, Ralph Farnsworth, Wor- 
thington Hooker, Chauncey Burgess, Elijah Dyer, jr.. 
Joseph Peabody, E. Phinney, B. T. Roath, Rufus W. 
Mathewson, J. W. Brooks, B. Fordyce Barker, Ash- 
bel B. Haile. 

Bozrah, Samuel Johnson, 

Colchester, Ezekiel W. Pardons, Frederick Morgan. 

East Lyme, John L. Smith, Austin F. Perkins. 

Franklin, Ashbel Woodward. 

Griswold, Lucius Tyler, James M. Smith, 

Groton, John O. Miner, Joseph Durfey, Benjamin 
F, Stoddard, Elias F. Coats. 

Lebanon, Joseph Comstock, E. Osgood, J. H. Man- 
ning, R. P. Green. 

Ledyard, Robert A. Manwaring. 

Lisbon, Vine Smith. 

Lyme, Richard Noyes, John Noyes, Shubael F. 
Bartlett, John C. M. Brockway, William W. J. War- 
ren. 

Montville, Ephraim Fellows, H. C. Beardsley. Jed- 
ediah R. Gay, J. C. Bolles. 

North Stonington, Tho's P. Wattles, A. W. Coats. 

Preston, Avery Downer, Eleazer B. Downing, Alon- 
zo Fuller, C. S. Avery. 

Salem, J. P. Fuller. 

Stonington, W, Robertson, William Hyde, G. E. 
Palmer, William Hyde, jr., Mason Manning. 

Waterford, James Rogers. 



SOCIETIES, 91 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Elijah Middlebrook, M. D., Trumbull, Chairman. 

S. P. V. R. Ten Broeck, M. D., Fairfield, Clerk. 

Fairfield, Jeremiah T. Denison, S. P. V. R. Ten 
Broeck, Rufus Blakeman, Justus Sherwood. 

Bridgeport, Samuel Simons, D. H. Nash, Samuel 
Beach, William L. Watson. 

Brookfield, Noah A. Lacey, A. L. Williams, Edwin 
Lacey. 

Danbury, Daniel Comstock, R. B. Botsford, E. P. 
Bennet, H. N. Bennet. 

Darien, Warren Percival. 

Greenwich, Barrow F. White, D. Mead. 

Huntington, James H. Shelton. 

Monroe, Sturges Bulkley, Salmon H. Hall. 

New Canaan, Samuel S. Noyes, Lewis Richards. 

New Fairfield, David S. Barnum, Sydney Lyman. 

Newtown, Cyrenius H. Booth, E. Erwin, George 
Judson, Thomas Dutton, William Erwin. 

Norwalk, John A. McLean, E. Bissel, Ira Gregory. 

Redding, Charles Gorham. 

Ridgefield, Nehemiah Perry, D, Burr. 

Sherman, Daniel W. Northrop. 

Stamford, Chauncey Ayers, N. D. Haight. 

Stratford, William T. Shelton, J. Goulding. 

Trumbull, Elijah Middlebrook, Stephen Middle, 
brook, George Dyer, E. B. Middlebrook. 

W'eston, Lloyd Seeley, James Baldwin. 

Westport, George Blackman, J. Jauncey. 

Wilton, David Willard, Sylvester Meadf. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Elijah Baldwin, M. D., Canterbury, Chairman. 

James B. Whitcomb, M. D., Brooklyn, Clerk. 

Brooklyn, Robert P. Church, J. B. Whitcomb, Wil- 
liam Hutchins.^ 

Ashford, John H. Simmons, E. Skinner, Roderick 
Stebbins. 

Canterbur-y, Elijah Baldwin, J. Palmer, Nathan 
Adams. 



92 SOCIETIES. 

Chaplin, Orin Witter. 

Hampton, Dyer Hughes, Francis A. Brewster. 

Killingly, Justin Hammond, F. H. Peck ham, Daniel 

A. Hovey, David E. Hall, S. Hutchins, Henry W. 
Hough. 

Plainfield, Morey Burges?, William H. Cogswell, 
W. H. Campbell. 

Pomfret, Lewis Williams, Cyrus Hutchins, E. Wil- 
liams, O. Sumner. 

Sterling, Nathan Pike. 

Thompson, Samuel Bowen. 

Voluntown, Harvey Campbell. 

Windham, Chester Hunt, William Webb, William 
Witter, Oliver Kingsley, jr., Calvin B. Bromley. 

Woodstock, Asa Witter, Lorenzo Marcey, Eleazer 
Litchfield, Milton Bradford. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Charles Vail, M. D., Washington, Chairman. 

J. G. Beckwith, M. D., Litchfield, Clerk. 

Litchfield, William Buel, Samuel Buel, Josiah G* 
Beckwith, R. M. Woodruff, Benjamin Welch, jr., 
George Seymour, G. H. Miner, F. S. Woodward, D. 

B. W. Camp. 
Barkhamsted, F. B. Graham. 
Bethlem, Loomis North. 

Canaan, A. A. Wright, George Adam, John A. 
Gillett, Chauncey Reed, jr. 

Cornwall, Burritt B. North, Samuel W. Gold, John 
Scovell. 

Colebrook, William B. DeForest, Gamaliel H. St. 
John. 

Goshen, Harvey Baldwin, A. M. Huxley, H. V. 
Beach. 

Harwinton, F. B. Woodward. 

Kent, Wells Beardsley, Johnson C. Hatch, Eliada 
Osborn. 

New Hartford, Myron R. Hubbard. 

New Milford, Jehiel Williams, George O. Taylor, 
William B. Lacey, Horace Judson. 



SOCIETIES. 93 

Norfolk, Benjamin Welch, Wi'liam W. Welch. 

Plymouth, Samuel T. Salisbury, William W. Wood, 
ruff. 

Roxbury, Myron Downs. 

Salisbury, Luther Ticknor, O. Plumb, Wm. James 
Barry. 

. Sharon, Ralph Doming, Nathan S. Perry, Elmore 
Everett, Erastus Bancroft, O. B. Freeman. 

Warren, Norman Lyman, Manly Peters. 

Washington, Remus M. Fowler, Charles Vail, Sid- 
ney H. Lyrnan, Edward P. Lyman. 

Watertown, John De Forest. 

Winchester, William Carrington, W. Cockee. 

Woodbury, Roswell C. Abernethy, Cha's H. Webb, 
Thomas T. Sly, Charles Byington. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

, Asa M. Holt, M. D., Middletown, Chairman. 
William B. Casey, M. D., Middletown, Clerk. 

Middletown, Richard Warner, Joseph Barratt, Tho. 
Miner, C. Woodward, Wm. B. Casey, F. Woodruff. 

Chatham, Charles Smith, Francis G. Edgerton. 

Chester, Ambrose Pratt. 

Clinton, L. P. Brockets 

Durham, Seth L. Child. 

East Haddam, Asa M. Holt, Datus Williams, Eli- 
sha B. Nye. 

Haddam, Ira Hutchinson, J. F. Erving. 

Killingworth, Rufus Turner. 

Portland, George O. Jarvis. 

Saybrook, Asa H. King, Alanson H. Hough, F. W. 
Shepherd, Rufus Baker. 

Westbrook, Horace Burr. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Earl Swift, M. D., Mansfield, Chairman. 

Ehijah Ladd, M. D., Tolland, Clerk. 
Tolland, Ahijah Ladd, Oliver K. Isham. 
Bolton, Orin Hunt, C. F. Sumner. 
Columbia, Warren A. Fuller. 
Coventry, Eleazer Hunt, Timothy Dimock. 



94 SOCIETIES. 

Ellington, Allen Hyde, Horatio Dow. 

Hebron, John S. Peters, Orin C. White, Charles 
Dowse, J. O. Loomis, — Carver, — Plimpton, J. R. 
Dow. 

Mansfield, Earl Swift, Norman Brigham, William 
H. Richardson. 

Somers, Orson Wood, Erskine Hamilton. "* 

Stafford, Joseph C. Dow, J. C. Blodget, William N. 
Clark, S. Carpenter, E. J. Prevost. 

Union, Ebenezer Lindsey. 

Vernon, Scotoway Hinckley, Alden Skinner, Wm, 
Scott. 

Willington, Francis L. Dickinson. 

SUMMARY OF MEMBERS. 







Taxable. 


Not Taxable. 


Total. 


Hartfor/1 Coi 


mty, 


76 


5 


81 


New Haven 


it 


70 


6 


76 


New London 


u 


51 


7 


58 


Fairfield 


u 


48 


3 


51 


Litchfield 


u 


51 


7 


58 


Windham 


u 


34 


2 


36 


Middlesex 


u 


22 





22 


Tolland 


h 


26 


4 


30 



378 



34 



412 



Note. — It should be observed that, though the list 
of Members contains all that have been returned as 
Members by the diiferent Clerks, those that have 
been added to the list since the repeal of the eighth 
section cannot be legal Members of the Society, until 
voted in under the By-Law passed by the Convention 
of this year, and found among its proceedings. 



CITIES. 95 

Incorporated Cities. 

HARTFORD. 

AMOS M. COLLINS, Mayor. 

Seth Terry, Recorder, 
Aldermen and Judges. 
Timothy M. Allyn, Charles H. Northam, 
Philip Ripley, > jildehnen 

Nath'l Woodhouse, \ ^ iaermen ' 
Common Council. 
Ezra Strong-, Barzillai Hudson, E. B. Pratt, Roland 
Mather, Ezra Clark, jr., Henry Kilbourn, John G. Mix, 
David Clark, Robert Buell, Samuel Woodruff, Wm. 
D. Eaton, Allen Porter, Jos. J. Davis, Mason Gross, 
Walter Pease, jr., Charles Goodwin, E. G. Howe, 
Austin Dunham, Henry Benton, 2d., George W. 
Corning". 

Clerk — Henry Francis. 

Clerk of City Court — Chauncey Howard. 

Treasurer — Nathaniel Goodwin. 

Auditor — William N. Matson. 

Collector — Henry Hastings. 

Sheriffs — Henry Hastings, Nathan Starkweather. 

City Court held on the 1st Monday in each month. 

Annual meeting, 3d Monday in April. 

NEW HAVEN. 

PHILIP S. GALPIN, Mayor. 

Aldermen and Judges. 
Beriah Bradley, Wyllvs Peck. 
James Brewster, ) niJ 
Atwater Treat, ' \ Mermen. 
Common Council 
Jonathan Nicholson, Charles Robinson, Augustus 
Lines, Morris Tyler, Wyllys Bristol, Chas. B. Hubbell, 



96 > CITIES. 

Charles Thompson, Wilson Booth, Abijah Hoyt, Chas* 
A. Nettleton, Matthew G. Elliott, John H. Chatterton, 
Samuel Griswold, 2d., Alexander O. Coburn, Timothy 
Lester, Joseph Smith, Lucius R. Finch, Elihu Sanford, 
jr., Isaac Anderson, Benajah Mundy. 

Clerk — Joseph Wood. 

Treasurer — Amos Townsend,jr. 

Auditor — Enos A. Prescott. 

Collector — Gardner Morse. 

Sheriffs — Scovil HinTnan, Joseph Fairchild, 
. City Court heJd on the 1st Tuesday in each month. 

Annual meeting, 1st Monday in June. 

NEW LOK DON. 

ANDREW M. FRINK, Mayor. 

Aldermen and Judges. 
John P. C. Mather, William P. Benjamin. 
Thomas W. Williams, ) .,, 
T „u„ ,oi_l t Aldermen. 



John Clark, 

Common Council. 

Ephraim H. Douglass, C. C. Comstock, Charles W. 
Strickland, Samuel Hobson, William Holt, P. D. Irish, 
O. L. Gillett, John Grace. 

Clerk — Hiram Willey. 

Treasurer — Edward Prentis. • 

Sheriffs — Eli^ha Douglass, Isaac Treby. 

Agent — Nathan Belcher. 

City Court held on the 1st Monday in each month. 

Annual meeting, 1st Monday in June. 

NORWICH. 

GURDON CHAPMAN, Mayor. 
Joseph Williams, \ „ , K Wm. W. Coit, 

Erastus Williams, \ •* Mermen - \ Thomas Robinson. 
Common Council. 
A. Wickham, R. W. Roath, L. Griswold, C. Ther- 
bur, G. A. Pratt, C. W. Osgood, D. Basset. 



CITIES. 97 

Clerk — David Young. 

Treasurer — Lyman Brewer. 

Attorney — George Perkins. 

Sheriffs — F. Prentice, E. Y Thomas. 

City Court held on the 2d Monday in each month. 

Annual meeting, 1st Monday in June. 

MID D LET OWN. 

CHARLES R. ALSOP, Mayor. 
Samuel Cooper, Recorder. 
Joseph Arnold, ) ai , $ Henry Paddock, 

Barzillai D. Sage, $ d5fia f^' \ William J. Gilbert. 
Common Council. 
William Woodward, Arnold Watson, Brainerd Mon- 
tague, Chauncey Brooks, William S. White, Benjamin 
Douglass, Talcott Smith, E. W. Smith, Dennis Sage. 
John Fisk, Clerk and Treasurer, and Clerk of City 
Court. % 

Sheriffs— Gera Good ale, William Keeling. 
City Court held on the 2d Tuesday in each month. 
Annual meeting, 3d Monday in January. 

BRIDGEPORT. 

HENRY K. HARRAL, Mayor. 
Sherwood Sterling, \ Aldermen> $ CharlesDeForest, 



A. A. Pettengill, $ «*«?W* } lussel Tomlinson. 
Common Council, 

Charles Foote, Charles Bostwick, Dan. O. Wheeler, 
Daniel Sterling, Daniel* Thatcher, George S. Sanford, 
Alexander Hamilton, James Betts, Hanford Lyon, 
Sylvanus Sterling, Charles B. Hubbell, S. M. Middle- 
brook, Dwight Mo ids, Joseph C. Lewis, Edwin Por- 
ter, Stephen Nichols, S. B. Ferguson, L. C. Segee, 
Daniel Hatch, Isaac M. Conklin. 

Clerk— J. H. Adam. 

Treasurer-— N. S. Wordin. 

Sheriffs— Stephen Silliman, Elbert E. Hubbell. 
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98 BOROUGHS. 

M o r o it s h d • 

COL CHESTER. 

APPLETON R. CLARK, Warden. 

Burgesses— John M. Peabody, Bradford Sparrow, 
Avery Morgan, Enos West, Charles T. Lathrop, Hen- 
ry B. Donner. 

Clerk and Treasurer— Samuel A. Kellogg. 

Bailiff— Henry B. Downer. 



ESSEX. 

ELIAS REDFIELD, Warden. 

Burgesses — Snmuel Ingham, H. L. Champlin, I. H» 
Hayden, Amasa Hayden, Gurdon Smith, Samuel M. 
Hay den. 

Clerk— H. H. Stanley. 

Bailiff— Levi Hull. 



W ORTHINGTON. 

EDWARD WILCOX, Warden. 

Burgesses— William Bulkley, Joseph Whittlesey, 
Josiah Edwards, Lysis Lamb, James Guernsey, B. R. 
Fanning. 

Clerk and Treasurer— Alfred North. 

Fire Warden— William Bulkley. 

Bailiff-S. C. Hall. 



D ANBURY. 

ELIAS S. SANFORD, Warden. 
Burgesses— Starr Nichols, F. S. Wildman, William 
W. Hill, Samuel C. Wildman, S. A. Hurlbert, David 
D. Wildman. 



BANKS. 99 

STAMFORD. 

HENRY I. SANFORD, Warden. 

Burgesses— Henry F. Waring, John W. Leeds, W. 
T. Baker, Roswell Hoyt, William B. Holley, Daniel 
W. Smith. 

Borough Agent— William T. Minor. 



LITCHFIELD. 

JOSIAH G. BECKWITH, President. 
Clerk— S. Trowbridge. 
Treasurer— Abel Catlin. 
Bailiff— D. C. Bulkley. 



Banks, 



Slate Cammissioners on Banks. 

Ezra Chappell, 
William Mather, Jr. 
Nelson Brewster. 



HARTFORD BANK. 

David F. Robinson, President. 
Henry A. Perkins, Cashier. 
Directors — David F. Robinson, Francis Parsons, 
Ezra White, jr., Charles Brainard, Edmund G. Howe, 
Ezra S. Hamilton, Charles Sheldon, C. H. Northam, 
James B Hosmer, Barzillai Hudson, Samuel Deming. 
On the part of the State, James M. Bunce. 
Attorney — Francis Parsons. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 
Annual meeting, 2d Thursday in June. 
Dividends, semi-annually, in June and December. 
Capital Stock, $1,118,100. 



100 BANKS. 

PHOENIX BANK. 

George Beach, President. 
John L, Bunce, Cashier. 

Directors — George Beach, Thomas Day, John A. 
Taintor, Denison Morgan, Samuel Tudor, Henry 
Shepard, Lawson C. Ives, Cyprian Nichols, Thomas 
Belknap, Henry Lewis, Thomas Smith. 

On the part of the State, Daniel Buck, jr., Horace 
Freeman. 

Attorney — Walter Mitchell. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 

Annual meeting, 1st Thursday in September. 

Dividends, semi-annually, in March and September. 

Capital Stock, $1,233,100. 

Branch of the Phoenix Bank, at Litchfield, 

Asa Bacon, President. 
G. F. Davis, Cashier. 
Directors — Asa Bacon, Theron Beach, George C. 
Woodruff, Origen S. Seymour, Samuel Buel, Oliver 
Goodwin, David S. Boardman. 
Attorney — O. S. Seymour. 



CONNECTICUT RIVER BANKING COMPANY. 

William H. Imlay, President. 
Edwin Spencer, Cashier. 

Directors — William H. Imlay, Alfred Smith, Daniel 
Buck, Joseph Church, Miles A. Tuttle, Chester Bulk- 
ley, George M. Bartholomew, Daniel P. Crosby, John 
F. Judd. 

Attorney — Francis Parsons. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Annual meeting, 1st Tuesday in January. 

Capital Stock, $2o0,000. 



BANKS. ( 101 

FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK. 

Horace Goodwin, 2d., President. 
'William T. Hooker, Cashier. 

Directors — Horace Goodwin, 2d., A. H. Pomroy, 
Joseph Pratt, Luther Loomis, Jesse Savage, J. Good- 
win, jr., Elbridge Cutler, Oliver Filley, Horace Belden, 
Henry Keeney, S. L. Pitkin, Robert Buell, Sanford B. 
Grant. 

On the part of the State, Ellery Hills. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 

Dividends, semi-annually, in May and November. 

Annual meeting, 1st Tuesday in May* 

Capital Stock, $516,300, with liberty to increase to 
$1,000,000. 



EXCHANGE BANK. 

Roderick Terry, President. 
Elisha Colt, Cashier. 

Directors — Roderick Terry, Solomon Porter, Adri- 
an Janes, James Dixon, Silas B. Hamilton, Ebenezer 
Flower, William L. Collins, Norman Porter, Horatio 
N. Case, Griffin A. Stedman, Dan'l W. Clark, William 
W. Ellsworth, William T. Lee. 

Attorney — Francis Fellowes. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 

Annual meeting, 2d Tuesday in July. 

Capital Stock, $500,000 ; paid in $400,000. 



HARTFORD SAVINGS BANK. 

Ward Woodbridge, President. 
Vice Presidents — James H. Wells, Cyprian Nichols, 
Samuel Tudor, James B. Hosmer, Cha's Hosmer, John 
Butler, Barzillai Hudson, Thomas K. Brace, Stephen 
Spencer, Solomon Porter, Charles Seymour, Jeremy 
Hoadley. 



102 BANKS. 

Trustees — Henry A. Perkins, Albert Day, Francis 
Parsons, Charles Sheldon, John W. Bull, Haynes L. 
Porter, Jesse Savage, Amos M. Collins, Edward Good- 
win, Ezra S. Hamilton, William Rogers, Thos. Smith, 
John Warburton, Calvin Day, Wm. T. Hooker, John 
Beach, Edmund G. Howe, Henry Perkins, Harvey 
Seymour, Gideon Welles, Benjamin W. Greene, Al- 
bert W. Butler, James G. Bolles, Joseph Church. 

Treasurer — Reuben Langdon. 

Assistant Treasurer — Olcott Allen. 

Secretary — Calvin Day. 



NEW HAVEN BANK. 

Henry Denison, President, 
Amos Townsend, jr., Cashier. 

Directors — Henry Denison, Henry Trowbridge, R. 
S. Baldwin, Augustus R. Street, Isaac H. Townsend, 
Timothy Bishop, Samuel W. Johnson, A. D. Baldwin. 

On the part of the State, Caleb Britnall. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. 

Annual meeting, 1st Tuesday in July. 

Capital Stock, $335,000. 



MECHANICS BANK, MEW HAVEN. 

John Fitch, President. 
John W. Fitch, Cashier. 

Directors — John Fitch, Joseph N. Clark, Caleb Mix, 
Elias Hotchkiss, L. G. Cannon, Nathaniel F. Thomp- 
son, Simeon Marble, Elihu Sanford, Henry White. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. 

Annual meeting, 1st Monday in July. 

Capital Stock, $300,000, in Shares of $60. 



BANKS. 103 

CITY BANK, NEW HAVEN. 

William Johnson, President. 
Stephen D. Pardee, Cashier. 
Directors— William Johnson, David Daggett, Jos. 
Sheffield, Zelotes Day, Sherman Smith, Ezra C. Read, 
Dennis Kimberly, Eli Whitney. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Hours of business, from 9 to 12 A. M,, and from 
1 to 3 P. M. 

Capital Stock, $500,000, all paid in. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY BANK. 

Henry Hotchkiss, President, 
Ransom Burritt, Cashier. 
Directors— Henry Hotchkiss, E. Hull, Smith Tuttle, 
Isaac Leavenworth, Matthew G. Elliott, T. R. Trow- 
bridge, Leveret Griswold, Henry Sanford, William B. 
Bristol. 

Annual meeting, 1st Wednesday in July. 
Capital Stock, $500,000. 



NEW HAVEN SAVINGS BANK. 

Simeon Baldwin, President. 

William G. Hooker, Secretary and Treasurer. 



MERIDEN BANK. 

Walter Booth, President. 
Harris Hay den, Cashier. 
Directors — Walter Booth, Ashbel Griswold, Elisha 
A. Cowles, Noah Pomroy, Samuel Yale, Enos H. Cur- 
tiss, Asa Hubbard, Ira N. Yale, Arad W. Welton. 
Attorney — Benajah Andrews. 
Discount day, every Wednesday. 
Annual meeting, 1st Monday in November. 
Capital Stock, $150,000. 



104 



UNION BANK, NEW LONDON. 



Jonathan Starr, President. 
Joseph C. Sistare, Cashier. 

Directors — Jonathan Starr, Robert Coit, John O. 
Miner, Bela Peck, William Marvin, E. V. Stoddard, 
Edward Hallam, James Morgan, Nathaniel Matson, 
Alfred White, H. M. Waite, L. Coit, J. C, Sistare. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 
2 to 4 P. M. 

Annual meeting, 1st Tuesday in June. 

Capital Stock, $100,000. 



NEW LONDON BANK. 

Jacob B. Gurlev, President, 
E. F. Dutton, Cashier. 

Directors — Jacob B. Gurley, Isaac Thompson, Th. 
W. Williams, John Hudson, Ezra Chappell, Jonathan 
Coit, Anthony Thatcher, Thomas S. Perkins, Asa 
Otis, Stephen J. Lord. 

On the part of the State, Peter D. Irish. 

Attorney — Thomas S. Perkins. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 
2 to 4 P.M. 

Annual meeting, 1st Tuesday in July. 

Capital Stock, $300,000. 



WHALING BANK, NEW LONDON. 

Coddington Billings, President. 
Peter C. Turner, Cashier. 
Directors— Coddington Billings, Joseph Lawrence, 
John Brandegee, Wanton A. Weaver, Abner Bassett, 
Adam Frink, Acors Barnes, F. W. Holt. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays, 



BANKS. 105 

Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M„ and from 
2 to 4 P. M. 

Annual meeting, 1st Monday in July. 
Capital Stock, $300,000. 

NEW LONDON SAVINGS BANK. 

Ebenezer Learned, Piesidont. 

Vice Presidents — Robert Coit, Jonathan Starr, A. 
Otis. 

Directors — Archibald Mercer, Thomas S. Perkins, 
Noyes Billings, C. S. Stockman, Tho's W. Williams. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Joseph C. Sistare. 

NORWICH BANK. 

Jabez Huntington, President. 
Charles Johnson, Cashier. 

Directors — Jabez Huntington, Nathaniel Shipman, 
John Is ham, Joseph Williams, Patrick Fanning, Jos, 
Otis, James S. Treat, J. G. W. Trumbull, Jedediah 
Huntington, Jacob W. Kinney, George Bliss, Henry 
Strong, Jabez W. Huntington. 

On the part of the State, RusseL Hubbard. 

Attorney — George Perkins. 

Annual meeting in June. Capital Stock, $210,000, 



THAMES BANK, NORWICH. 

Edward Whiting, President. 
Lyman Brewer, Cashier. 

Directors — Edward W T hiting, Adam Larabee, Wal- 
ter Lester, George Hill, Nathaniel Parish, Bucklen 
Mathewson, James Stedman, Gurdon Chapman. 

Attorney — George Hill. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 
2 to 4 P. M. 

Annual meeting, 4th Monday in June. 

Capital Stock, $ 209,500. 



106 BANKS. 

QUINNEBAUG BANK. 

Samuel C. Morgan, President. 
Daniel L. Trumbull, Cashier. 
Directors— Samuel C. Morgan, Henry B. Norton, 
Joseph Otis, Frederick Prentice, Jedediah Leavens, 
Erastus Williams, Joseph A. Yerrington, Hiram Tar- 
box, John G. Huntington, Edward Y. Thomas, Roger 
Huntington. 

Capital Stock, $500,000. 



MERCHANTS BANK, NORWICH. 

William Williams, President. 
— - 9 Cashier. 

Directors — William Williams, Stephen Fitch, S. 
Raymond, Epaphras Porter, Lewis Hyde, John Brews- 
ter, Elijah A. Bell, H. B. Buckingham, Roswell Mor- 
gan, Samuel Tyler, Henry B, Tracy, Joseph Tyler, 
A. B. Isham, William Callyhan, Samuel W. Wood. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Dividends, March and September. 

Hours of business, from 6 A. M. to 6 P. M, 

€apital Stock, $ 125,000. 



NORWICH SAVINGS BANK. 

Charles W. Rockwell, President. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Jabez Huntington. 
Annual meeting in June. 
George Perkins, Attorney. 

Deposites received every day, during bank hours, 
-excepting Saturday afternoons. 



JEWETT CITY BANK. 

David Smith, President, 
John Johnson, Cashier. 



BANKS. 107 

Directors— David Smith, Joel Hyde, Nath'l Coit, 
Welcome A. Browning, Ansel Brown, Nathan Stan- 
ton, Roswell Adams, John W. Fanning. 

Capital Stock, $80,000. 



STONINGTON BANK. 

Ephraim Williams, President. 
Francis Amy, Cashier. 
Directors — Ephraim Williams, Gurdon Trumbull, 
Giles R. Hallam, Jesse D. Noves, B. Pomroy, John W. 
Hull, Charles P. Williams, John F. Trumbull, Wm. 
Lord, B. Pendleton, C. Mallory, H. Smith. 
Capital Stock, $56,000. 



MYSTIC BANK. 

Elisha Faxon, President. 

George W. Noyes, 2d., Cashier. 
Attorney — Charles Sabin. 
Capital Stock, $50,000. 

CONNECTICUT BRANCH BANK, SOUTIIPORT. 

Jesssup Alvord, President. 
Francis D. Perry, Cashier. 



BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Sylvester Sterling, President. 
George Burroughs, Cashier. 
Directors — Charles B. Hubbell, Han ford Lyon, F. 
C. Bassett, Sherman Hartwell, H. K. Harral, Ste» 
phen Tomlinson, Samuel F. Hurd, Henry Beers. 
On the part of the State, Daniel Hatch. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital Stock, $200,000. 



108 BANKS. 

CONNECTICUT BANK. 

Daniel Thatcher, President. 
Charles Foote, Cashier. 

Directors — Seth B. Jones, Reuben Tweedy, Josiah . 
Gorham, Lemuel Coleman, E. J. Staples, Enoch 
Foote, Ely Mygatt, Lewis H. Russell. 

On the part of the State, Joseph Brooks. 

Attorney — W, H. Noble. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Capital Stock, $300,000. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY BANK, NORWALK. 

Clark Bissel), President. 
Thomas Warner, jr., Cashier. 

Directors — E. A. Beard, Stiles Curtis, William K. 
James, Win. S. Lockwood, Charles Isaacs, Charles 
Thomas. 

On the part of the State, Eli B. Bennet. 

Attorney — Clark Bissell. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Capital Stock, $177,300. 



STAMFORD BANK. 

John W. Leeds, President. 
S. K. Satterlee, Cashier. 

Directors — John W. Leeds, Theodore Davenport, 
Sands Adams, Stephen B. Provost, John Dean, Ste- 
phen Smith, Ezra H. Bishop, Joseph Brush, Stephen 
Hoy t, jr. 

Attorney — Charles Hawley. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Capital Stock, $100,000. 



RANKS. 109 

DANBURY BANK. 

Samuel Tweedy, President. 
Anson Seeley, Cashier. 
Directors — Russel Iloyt, Samuel Stebbins, Samuel 
Tweedy, Eli T. Iloyt, Isaac H. Seeley. 



WINDHAM BANK. 

John Baldwin, President. 
Samuel Bingham, Cashier. 

Directors — John Baldwin, John Webb, Levi John- 
son, E. G. Hammond, John A. Perkins, John Tracy, 
J. W. White, Enos West, H. S. Wolcott, William 
Smith. 

On the part of the State, Justin Swift. 

Attorney — J. Baldwin. 

Discount day, every Wednesday. 

Annual meeting, 2d Wednesday in September. 

Capital Stock, $58,502. 



WINDHAM COUNTY BANK, BROOKLYN. 

Joseph Eaton, President. 
Charles White, Cashier. 
Directors — Joseph Eaton, John McLellan, E. C. 
Eaton, B. P. Spalding, Wm. Putnam, Adams White, 
Edward Fogg, George Martin, John Gallup, 3d., H. 
G. Taintor, Asahel Hammond, Spalding Barstow, 
William James. 

Discount day, every Wednesday, 
Capital Stock, $80,000. 

THOMPSON BANK. 

Talcott Crosby, President. 
Joseph B. Gay, Cashier. 
Directors — William H. Mason, William Read, Hez- 
ekiah S. Ramsdell, Franklin Nichob, Simon Davis, 



110 BANKS. 

Talcott Crosby, Thomas Thatcher, Leonard Ballou, 
Horatio Holbrook, Erastus Knight. 

Attorney — Simon Davis. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Annual meeting, 2d Tuesday in October. 

Capital Stock, $100,000. 



MIDDLETOWN BANK. 

Elijah Hubbard, President. 
John H. Watkinson, Cashier. 

Directors — Elijah Hubbard, Samuel D. Hubbard, 
William L. Storrs, William J. Trench, John H. Sum- 
ner, Hiram Birdsey, Dennis Camp, Ebenezer Wilcox, 
Erastus Brainerd, Joseph H. Hayden. 

On the part of the State, Charles W. Newton. 

Attorney— Jonathan Barnes, 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Annual meeting, 1st Thursday in January. 

Dividends in January and July. 

Hours of business, from 9 to 12, A. M., and from 
2 to 4, P- JVI. 

Capital Stock, $369,500. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY BANK. (. 

} 
Samuel Russell, President, 
Eleazer Lacey, Cashier. 
Directors — Samuel Russell, Eben'r Jackson, Will- 
iam S. Camp, Robert Johnson, Henry D. Smith, John 
Stewart, Eli Wilcox, Joseph Arnold, Edwin F. John- 
son, Dennis Camp, Samuel Colt. 

On the part of the State, William C. Bowers. 
Attorney — Jonathan Barnes. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Annual meeting, 1st Wednesday in July. 
Honrs of business, from 9 to 12, A. M.. and from 
2 to 4, P. M. 

Capital Stock, $220,500. 



BANKS. Ill 

MIDDLETOWN SAVINGS BANK. 

Joseph Taylor, President. 

Vice Presidents— Charles Woodward, John H. Sum- 
ner. 

Directors— Alfred Southmayd, Edward Hughes, 
John L. Smith, Charles Dyer. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Henry Carrington. 



EAST HADDAM BANK. 

Eliphalet A. Bulkeley, President, 
T. C. Boardman, Cashier. 

Directors — No returns. 
Attorney — E. A. Bulkeley. 
Discount day, every Wednesday. 
Capital Stock, $75,000. 



TOLLAND COUNTY BANK. 

Elisha Stearns, President. 
Jonathan R. Fiynt, Cashier. 
Directors — Elisha Stearns, Elijah Smith, Wyllys 
Gilbert, David Johnson, Ariel Ladd, Minar Grant, 
Hiram Rider, Oliver H. King, Billings Grant. 
Annual meeting, 3d Monday in October. 
Capital Stock, $79,000. 



TOLLAND SAVINGS BANK. 

George Kellogg, President. 

Directors— -Loren P. Waldo, Jeremiah Parish, Ariel 
Ladd, Chauncey Griggs, Elijah W. Smith. 

Secretary — Oliver K. Isham. 

Treasurer — Jonathan R. Flynt. 

Annual meeting, 4th Monday in June, at 2 o'clock* 
P. M. Office in Tolland County Bank. 



H2 COMPANIES. 

Insurance Companies. 

Hartford Fire Insurance Company. 

Eliphalet Terry, President. 

James G. Bollcs, Secretary. 
Annual meeting, 1st Thursday in June. 
Capital Stock, $150,000. 



Protection Fire and Marine Insurance Company, 
Hartford. 

Daniel W. Clark, President. 
William Conner, Secretary. 
Annual election in June. Capital Stock, $150,000. 



JEtna Fire Insurance Company, Hartford. 

Thomas K. Brace, President. 

Simeon L. Loomis, Secretary. 

Annual election in June. Capital Stock, $200,000. 



Hartford County Mutual Fire Insurance Company. 

Charles Shepard, President. 
R. A. Erving, Secretary. 
James Ward, Treasurer. 
Annual meeting in September, 



New Haven Mutual Security Insurance Company. 

Joseph N. Clark, President. 
Philip S. Galpin, Secretary. 
Capital Stock, $100,000. 



Middlesex Mutual Assurance Company, Middletown. 

Samuel Cooper, President. 

Wm. Woodward, Secretary and Treasurer. 



COMPANIES. 113 

New London County Mutual Fire Assurance Company* 

Norwich. 

[Chartered in May, 1840.] 

Joseph Rackus;, President. 
John De Witt, Secretary. 



Windham County Mutual Insurance Co., Brooklyn. 

Asahel Hammond, President. 

John Gallup, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Annual meeting, 2d Monday in June. 



Tottand County Mutual Insurance Company. 

Ariel Ladd, President. 
Jeremiah Parish, Secretary. r , 
Jjoren P. Waldo, Treasurer. 



Norwich Mutual Assurance Company. 

Jahez Huntington, Treasurer. 

Frederick Miner, N. London, Ass't Treasurer. 

Henry B. Tracy, Secretary. 

Annual meeting, 2d Monday in January. 



Hartford and New Haven Rail Road. 

Charles F. Pond, President. 
James H. Wells, Treasurer. 
Horatio Fitch, Secretary. 
K. S. Van Rensselaer, Superintendent. 

Do. Extension Road. 
C. W. Chapin, Superintendent. 
R. S. Van Rensselaer, Chief Engineer. 
Frederick Harhach, Assistant Engineer, 
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114 COLLEGES. 

Housatonic Rail Road. 

William P. Burrall, President. 
Samuel Simons, Treasurer. 
Ira Sherman, Secretary. 



Nvw York, Providence and Boston Rail Road. 

Elisha Peck, President. 

A. S. Matthews, Superintendent and Agent. 

Francis Amy, Treasurer. 



Norwich and Worcester Rail Road. 

Daniel Tyler, President. 
Directors — Daniel Tyler, W. P. Greene, John A. 
Rockwell, A. DeWitt, W. W. Ward, S. R. Brooks, 
Jacob Little, Elihu Townsend, John Rankin, Alfred 
Brooks, A. W. Clapp. 

Connecticut River Steamboat Company. 

Charles H. Northam, President. 
James M. Bunce, Secretary. 
Directors — M. W. Chapin, Hartford ; Joseph 
N. Clark, Thomas R.Trowbridge, New Haven ; Cur- 
tis Peck, New York. 



Colleges and Academies. 

YALE COLLEGE, NEW-HAVEN. 

PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, D. D., LL. D., President, His 
Ex. Roger S. Baldwin, LL. D., Hon. Reuben Booth, 
Rev. Daniel Smith, Rev. Calvin Chapin, D. D., Rev. 
David Smith, D. D., Rev. Noah Porter, D. D., Rev. 
Datiiel Dow, D. D., Rev. Aaron Dutton, Rev. Abel 
McEwen, Rev. Diodate Brockway, Rev. Samuel R. 



COLLEGES. 115 

Andrew, Rev. Leonard Bacon, D. D., Hon. Romeo 
Lowrey, Hon. Tracy Peck, Hon. George Plummer, 
Hon. Mo wry Burgess, M. D., Hon. Abijah Catlin, 
Hon. Charles W. Rockwell. 

Treasurer. Wyllis Warner, M. A. 

Librarian, Edward C. Herrick, M. A. 



FACULTY AND INSTRUCTORS. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, D. D., LL. D., President. 

Hon. David Daggett, LL. D., Kent Prof of Law, 

Benjamin Silliman, M. D., LL. D„ Prof, of Chem- 
istry. Pharmacy, Mineralogy and Geology. 

James L. Kingsley, LL. D., Prof, of the Latin Lan- 
guage and Literature. 

Eli Ives, M. D., Prof, of the Theory and Practice of 
Physic- 
Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, D. D., Dwight Prof, of 
Didactic Theology. 

Jonathan Knight, M. D., Prof, of the Principles and 
Practice of Surgery. 

Timothy P. Beers, M. D., Prof, of Obstetrics. 

Josiah W". Gibbs, M. A., Prof, of Sacred Literature. 

Hon. Samuel J. Hitchcock, LL. D., Instructor in the 
Science and Practice of Law. 

Rev. Eleazar T. Fitch, D. D.. Livingston Prof, of 
Divinity. 

Rev. Chauncey A. Goodrich, D. D., Professor of the 
Pastoral Charge. 

Denison Olmsted, M. A., Munson Prof, of Natural 
Philosophy and Astronomy. 

Theodore D. Woolsey, M. A., Prof, of the Greek Lan- 
guage and Literature. 

Charles Hooker, M. D., Prof, of Anatomy and Phys- 
iology. 

Isaac H. Townsend, M. A., Assistant Instructor in 
the Department of Law. 

Rev. William A. Larned, M. A., Prof, of Rhetoric 
and English Literature. 

Henry Bronson, M. D., Prof, of Materia Medica and 
Therapeutics. 

Anthony D. Stanley, M. A., Prof, of Mathematics. 



116 COLLEGES. 

Edward E. Salisbury, M. A.. Prof, of the Arabic and 
Sanskrit Languages and Literature. 

Charles U. Shepard, M. D., Lecturer in Natural His- 
tory. 

Thomas A. Thacher, M. A., Assistant Prof, of the 
Latin and Greek Languages. 

Lewis J. Dudley, M A., Tutor in Greek. 

Perkins K. Clark, M. A., Tutor in Latin. 

Joseph G. E. Lamed, M. A., Tutor in Natural Phi- 
losophy. 

Daniel P. Noyes, M. A., Tutor in Greek. 

George Richards, M. A., Tutor in Mathematics. 

Samuel Brace, M. A., Tutor in Latin. 

Joseph Emerson, M. A., Tutor in Latin. 

Erasmus D. North, M. D., Instructor in Elocution. 

Francois Turner, Instructor in the French and Span- 
ish Languages. 

Robert Bakewell, Instructor in "Drawing and Per- 
spective. 

Benjamin Silliman. M. A., Assistant and Lecturer 
in the departments of Chemistry, Mineralogy and Geol- 
ogy. 

Sigemond Waterman, Instructor in German. 

MEDICAL EXAMINERS. 

Luther Ticknor, M. D., ex officio. 
Charles Woodward, M. D. 
Silas Fuller, M. D. 
' Archibald Welch. M. D. 
Rufus Blakeman, M. D. 
William H. C ogswe ll, M. D. 

SUMMARY. 

Theological Students, - - - - 64 
Law Students, ----- 36 

Medical Students, 43 

Resident Graduates, .. - 5 

Seniors, ------ 76 

Juniors, ----- 89 

Sophomores, - - - - - 137 

Freshmen, ----- 92 

Undergraduates, - - 394 

Total, 542 



COLLEGES. 117 

COMMENCEMENT. 

The annual commencement is on the third Thursday 
in August. 

VACATIONS. 

1. Six Weeks, beginning at commencement, the third 
Thursday in August. 

2. Two weeks, from the first Wednesday in Jan. 

3. Four weeks, from the last Wednesday in April. 

WASHINGTON COLLEGE, HARTFORD. 

BOARD OP TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Silas Totten, S T. D., President, ex officio, Rt. 
Rev. Thomas G. Brownell, S. T. D., LL. D., Rev. 
Harry Croswell, S. T. D., Charles Sigourney, Esq., 
Richard Adams, Esq., Hon. John S. Peters, LL D. 
William H. Imlay, Esq., Samuel Tudor, Esq., Hon. 
SethP. Beers, Rev. William Jarvis, Hon. Isaac Toucey, 
Hon. Samuel H. Huntington, Hon. William W. Board- 
man, R^v. Frederick Holcomb, S. T. D., Rev. Stephen 
Jewett, Rev. George Burgess, William H. Scovill, Esq., 
Robert Watkinson, Esq., Thomas Belknap, Esq., Rev. 
William Cooper Mead, S. T. D., George Brinley, Esq., 
Rev. S. Farmar Jarvis, S. T. D., LL. D., Rev. Robert 
Hallam, Rev. A. Cleveland Coxe. 

Secretary of the Board — Hon. S. H. Huntington. 

Treasurer — Thomas Belknap, Esq. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Silas Totten, S. T. D., President, and Hobart 
Professor of Belles Lettres and Oratory. 

Duncan L. Stewart, A. M., Prof, of Ancient Lan- 
guages. 

Rev. A. Jackson, A. M., Prof, of Moral and Intellec- 
tual Philosophy, and Lecturer on Chemistry. 

John Brocklesby, A. M., Prof, of Mathematics and 
Natural Philosophy. 

George Sumner, M. D., Prof, of Botanv. 

Hon. William W.Ellsworth, LL. D., Prof, of Law. 

Samuel B. Beresford, M. D., Lecturer on Anatomy 
and Physiology. 

Thomas Pynchon, A. B., Tutor. 

Rev. A. Jackson, Librarian. 



118 COLLEGES. 

SUMMARY. 

Resident Graduates, - 6 

Seniors, - - - - - -15 

Juniors, - - - - - . 16 

Sophomores, ------ 19 

Freshmen, - - - - - - 21 

Total, 77 

COMMENCEMENT. 

The annual commencement is on the first Thursday 
in August. 

VACATIONS. 

4. Seven weeks, from Commencement. 

2. Two weeks, from the Thursday before the 25th of 
December. 

3. Four weeks, from the Thursday before the 12th of 
April. 



WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, MIDDLETOWN. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Laban Clarke, Middletown ; Rev. H. Bangs, 
New York; Hon. Isaac Kellogg, New Hartford; A. 
San ford, Esq., Redding; Rev. James L. Phelps, D. D., 
New York; John L. Smith, Esq., Middletown: Rev, 
Joseph A. Merrill, Wilbraham, Ms.; Hon. Abel Bliss. 
Wilbraham, Ms* ; Rev, John W. Hardy, Wilbraham, 
Ms.; Rev. C. D. Cahoon, Lyndon, Vt. ; Hon. Seth 
Sprague, jr., Duxbury, Ms. ; William J Trench, Esq., 
Middletown; Sam'l Russell, Esq., Middletown; Hon. 
Elijah Hubbard, Middletown ; Jonathan Barnes, Esq., 
Middletown; Hon. William L. Storrs, Middletown; 
Samuel D. Hubbard, Esq., Middletown; Hon. Eben- 
ezer Jackson, Middletown ; Rev. Charles Adams, Wil- 
braham, Ms. . Rev. Stephen Olin, D. D., New York. 



FACULTY. 

Rev. Stephen Olin, S. T. D., President, and Professor 
of Ecclesiastical History. 

Augustus W. Smith, M. A., Professor of Nat. Phil, 
and Astronomy. 



COLLEGES, &C. 119 

Harvey B. Lane, M. A., Professor of Ancient Lan- 
guages and Literature. 

Rev. Joseph Holdich, M. A., Professor of Moral Sci- 
ence and Belles Lettres. 

John Johnson, M. A., Professor o£ Natural Science 
and Librarian. 

Vacant, Professor of Hebrew. 

Vacant, Professor of Biblical Literature. 

Hon. Wm. L. Storrs, Prof ssorof Law. 

Rev. Alfred Saxe, M. A., Professor of Normal Inst. 

William R. Bagnall, B. A., Tutor and Instructor in 
Hebrew. 

Rev. Henry DeKoven, M. A., Instructor in Modern 
Languages. 

Commencement first Wednesday in August. 



THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF CONNECTICUT. 

Located at East Windsor— Incorporated May, 1834. 

TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Bennett Tyler, D. D., President ; Rev. Daniel 
Dow, D. D., Rev. Nathaniel Hewit, D. D., Rev. A. Net- 
tleton, (deceased,) Rev. Jonathan Cogswell, D. D., Rev. 
George A. Calhoun, Rev. Samuel Spring, Rev. William 
Ely, Rev. Cyrus Yale, Rev. Abner Brundage, Rev. 
Isaac Parsons, Rev. Frederick Marsh, Rev. Timothy 
P. Gillett, Rev. David L Parmelee, Rev. Levi Smith, 
Rev. Elisha L. Cleaveland, Rev. Bennet P. Northrop, 
Hon. Eli B.Haskell, Hon. Seth Terry, Erastus Ells- 
worth, Esq., Eliphalet Terry, Esq., Richard E. Selden, 
Esq., Chester Bulkley, Esq.,.Herlehigh Haskell, Esq., 
James B. Hosmer, Esq., 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Bennet Tyler, D. D., President. 

Rev. Ed ward W. Hooker, D. D., Professor of Ecclesi- 
astical History and Church Government. 

Rev. William Thompson, A. M., Professor of Bibli- 
cal Literature. 



120 COLLEGES, &C. 

BACON ACADEMY. 

Lewis A. Hurlbut, Principal. 

James S. Eaton, Assistant. 

John P. Deshon, Principal of the Female Department, 

Wm. E. Gillett, Elizabeth Clark, Adelaide E. Horton, 
Teachers in the Primary Department. 

Examinations and Vacations. — The Academic year 
is divided into three terms. The Vacations are from 
the 2d Thursday in August, (the Anniversary,) to the 
first Wednesday in January, and two weeks preceding 
the first Wednesday in May. A public examination is 
held at the close of the Spring and Summer terms, and an 
exhibition at the close of the Summer term. 



EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 

Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, d. d., lld., President, 
ex officio. 

Rev. Seth E. Paddock, Principal. 

Asa J. Driggs, m. d., Secretary and Treasurer. 



CONNECTICUT ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. 

Benjamin Silliman, President. 
James Murdock, Vice President. 
Council — Roger M. Sherman, Eli W. Blake, Deni- 
son Olmsted, Josiah W. Gibhs, Eleazar T. Fitch. 
Recording Secretary — Edward C. Herrick. 
Corresponding Secretaries — Jonathan Knight, Chs. 
Hooker, Theodore D. Woolsey, Edward C. Herrick. 
Treasurer — Wyllys Warner. 

LITERARY INSTITUTION, SUFFIELD. 

Charles C. Burnett, Principal. 
Palmer Gallup. Assistant. 
Sheldon Hitchcock, Steward. 
Commencement) 1st Wednesday in August. 



COLLEGES, &C. 121 

(AMERICAN) PHILOLOGICAL SOCIETY, 

[Incorporated A. D. 1844. 
James Kingsley, LL. D., President. 
James Murdock, D. D., 1st Vice President. 

A. B. Chapin, M. A., Corresponding Secretary. 
Erasmus D. North, M. D., Treasurer. 
Edward C. H.jrrick, M. A., Librarian. 

Executive Committee— J isiah W. Gibbs, M. A., 
Theodore D. Woolsev, M. A., Romeo Elton, D. D., 
William Tulley, M. D„ Edward E. Salisbury, M. A. 

Annual meeting held in New Haven, on the Friday 
after the Commencement in Yale College. 



Institutions. 



AMERICAN ASYLUM, HARTFORD. 

Hon. Thomas S. Williams, President. 

Barzillai Hudson, S cretary. 

James B. Hosmer, Treasurer. 

Seth Terry, Commissioner of the Fund. 
Directors — Seth Terry, Charles Goodwin, Russel 
Bunce, James H. Wells, John Beach, Amos M. Col- 
lins, Francis Parsons, David F. Robinson, Calvin Day, 
Thomas C. Perkins. 

INSTRUCTORS. 

Lewis Weld, a. m., Principal. 

Assistants — Laurent Clerc, a. m., William W. Tur- 
ner, a. m., Luzerne Ray, a. m., Coilins Stone, a. m., 
Jared A. Ayres, a. b., Henry B. Camp, a. b., Lucius 
H. Woodruff, a. m., Wilson Whiton. 

William W. Turner, Steward. 

Mrs. Phebe C. White, Matron. 



122 INSTITUTIONS. 

RETREAT FOR THE INSANE, HARTFORD. 

Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, President. 
David Watkinson, Vice President. 
"William T. Lee, Treasurer. 
Amos M. Collins, Auditor. 
Charles Sheldon, Secretary. 

Directors — James Ward, Joseph Trumbull, George 
Sumner, John Butler, Thomas H. Gallaudet, Charles 
Sheldon, Isaac D. Bull, John L. Comstock, Thomas 
C. Perkins, Roderick Terry, John Olmsted, Cyprian 
Nichols, Gaius Lyman, Thomas Day, Griffin Sted- 
man, William T. Lee, Amos M. Collins, Nathan John- 
son, Noah A. Phelps, Alfred Smith. 

State Commissioners — His Excellency Roger S. 
Baldwin, John T. Norton, Leonard Hebard. 

Medical Visitors — George Sumner, m. d., N. B. Ives, 
M. d., Aichibald Welch, m. d., Benjamin Rogers, m. d., 
William S. Pierson, m. d.. E. K. Hunt, m. d. 

Managers — James H. Wells, Charles Sheldon, Wil- 
liam T. Lee. 

Visiting Committee of Ladies — Mrs. T. C. Brown- 
ell, Mrs. Charles Sheldon, Mrs. R. Watkinson, Mrs. G. 
Sumner, Mrs. W. W. Ellsworth, Mrs. John Butler. 

John S. Butler, m. d., Physician and Superintend^. 

Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet, Chaplain. 

Daniel Brooks. Apothecary. 

Mr. Virgil Cornish, Steward. 

Mrs. M. H. Cornish, Matron. 
Terms of Admission — For patients 

belonging to this State, with the 

usual accommodations, - $3 00 per week. 

For those belonging to other States, $3 50 per week. 
For patients belonging to this State, 

with accommodations in the centre 

building, and a separate attendant, $10 00 per week. 
For those belonging to other States, $12 00 per week. 

No patient to be admitted for a shorter term than 
three months, and payment for that term to be made 
in advance. 



INSTITUTIONS. 123 

WADSWORTH ATHEN.EU3I., 

Thomas Day, President. • 

Vice Presidents — John M. Niles, David Watkinson. 

Treasurer — James B. Hosmer. 

Secretary — Calvin Day. 

Trustees — Thomas C. Perkins, Gideon Welles, Hen- 
ry Barnard, 2d., James G. Bolles, William W. Tur- 
ner, George Sumner, George Burgess, Mason Gross, 
Ezra Clark, jr., Roland Mather, Calvin Day. 

Librarian — Rev. Thomas Robbins. 

YOUNG MEN'S INSTITUTE, HARTFORD. 

James Dixon, President 
Thomas M. Day, 1st Vice President. 
E. K. Hunt, 2d Vice President. 
John W. Skinner, Corresponding Secretary. 
Giles White, Recording Secretary. 
F. L. Gleason, Treasurer. 
Directors — L. C. Burnham, Charles Collins, L. H. 
Bacon, George S. Lincoln, J. W. Berthrong. 

YOUNG MEN'S INSTITUTE, NEW HAVEN. 

Silas Mix, President. 
Samuel Hooker, Vice President. 
Josiah Brewer, Corresponding Secretary. 
Elijah Gilbert, jr., Treasurer. 
Directors — George Rice, Levi Francis, J. P. Hew- 
maston, Augustus Jerome. 

AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Hon. John Cotton Smith, President. 

Rev. John C. Brigham, Corresponding Secretary. 

Rev. Joseph Levings, Financial Secretary. 

William Whitlock, jr., Treasurer. 

Joseph Hyde, Esq., Gen. Agent and AssH Treasurer. 



124 SOCIETIES. 

CONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Rev. Samuel Nott, D. D , President, 
Rev. Joel Hawes, D. D., ) 
Rev. Joab Brace, \ Vice Presidents. 

Hon. Thomas S. Williams, ) 
Edward Goodwin, Secretary. 
Reuben Langdon, Treasurer. 

CONNECTICUT BRANCH OF THE AMERICAN EDU- 
CATION SOCIETY. 

Hon. Thomas Day, President. 

Hon. Thomas S. Williams, Vice President. 

Collins Stone, Secretary. 

Edward Goodwin, Treasurer. 
Directors — Rev. Jeremiah Day, Rev. Joel Hawes, 
Rev. Horace Bushnell, Rev. William W. Turner, 
Rev. Horace Hooker, E iphalet Terry, Rev. Bannet 
Tyler, Rev. Chauncey A. Goodrich, Rev. Nathaniel 
W. Taylor. Rev. Leonard Bacon, Prof. Benjamin Sil- 
liman, Prof. Denison Olmsted. 
Amos M. Collins, Auditor. 

STATE WASHINGTON TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. 

James Donnghe, New Raven, President. 

Vice Presidents — Austin F. Williams, Hartford Co. ; 
James S. Brooks, New Haven ; Andrew M. Frink, 
New London ; J L. AmbW, Faufi *ld ; Jas. H. Cook, 
Litchfield; Z 'phaniah Ynung, Windham; Ralph 
Gilbert, Tolland; Ely A. Elliott, Middlesex. 

Recording Secretary — William Storer. 

Corresponding Secretary— W. G. Fuirchild. 

Treasurer — Royal Flint. 

. YOUNG MECHANICS LYCEUM, NEW HAVEN. 

Samuel S. Bassett, President. 
Thomas N. Wilson, Secretary. 



SOCIETIES. 125 

HARTFORD COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

David W. Grant, Bloomfield, President. 
John T. Norton, Farmington, 1st Vice President. 
Samuel Bart!ett, East Windsor, 2d Vice President. 

E. W. Bull, Hartford, Corresponding Secretary. 

F. A. Brown, Hartford, Recording Secretary. 
Harvey Seymour, Hartford, Treasurer. 
Albert W. Butler, Hartford, Auditor. 

E. W. Bull, Hartford, Seedsman. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Charles H. Pond, Milford, President. 
Jared Basset, Hamden, 1st Vice President. 
John B. Davis, Derby, 2d Vice President. 
Timothy Brockway, Branford, 3d Vine President. 
James D. Wooster, Middlebury, 4th Vice President. 
Henry Whitney, Recording and Corresp'g Secretary. 
Alfred S. Munson, Treasurer. 
George N. Seagrave, Seedsman. 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Edward A. Phelps, President. 
R. G. Camp, Corresponding Secretary. 
Frederick Phelps, Recording Secretary. 
Stephen Trowbridge, Treasurer. 



MASONIC. 



OFFICERS OF THE GRAND CHAPTER. 

M. E. Horace Goodwin, 2d., G. High Priest. 
E. Lucius Tyler, I). G. H. P. 
E. Benoni A\ Shepherd, G. K. 
E. Henry Peck, G. S. 
E. Benjamin Beecher, G. T. 
E. Eliphalet G. Storer, G. Sec. 



126 SOCIETIES 

OFFICERS OF THE GRAND LODGE. 

M. W. Henry Peck, G. M. 

W. Horace Goodwin, 2d., D. G. M. 
W. Avery C. JBabcock, G. S. W. 
W. Mitchell S. Mitchell, G. J. W. 
W. Benjamin Beecher, G. T. 
W. Eliphalet G. Storer, G. S. 



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GRAND LODGE OF INDEPENDENT ODD FELLOWS, 
IN CONNECTICUT. 

_ | J 

John L. Devotion, M. W. G. M. 

H. L. Miller, R. W. D. G. M. 

C. W. Bradley, R. W. G. Sec. 

Prelate Dimick, R. W. G. W. 

Samuel Bishop, R W. G. Treas'r. 

J. Moore, R. W. G. Chaplain, 

Frederick Croswejl, > „ Txr ^ D 
T ry n-i t K" W. G. Rep. 

James B. Gilman, ) r 

C. A. Converse, W. G. Marshall. 

S. A. Hurlbut, W. G. Conductor. 

J. W. Johnson, W. G. Guardian. 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES. 

'[Connecticut District, No. 2.] 

D. C. R. William Storer, New Haven. 
D. P. C. R. Giles Dart, New London. 
D. D. R. Nathaniel H. Morgan, Hartford. 
D. Secretary, Luman Cowles, New Haven. 
D. Treasurer, Allyn Goodwin, Hartford. 



CONNECTICUT STATE PRISON. 

Directors — Selah Strong", Milford ; Philo Hurd, 
Bridgeport ; Ezra Strong, Hartford. 
Amos Pilsbury, Warden. 
John C. Pilsbury, Deputy Warden. 
Milller, Chaplain. 



SCHOOL FUND. 127 

Value of United Stales Properly at Washington. 



President's house and public offices, 


$800 000 


Stables and workshops, - 


5.000 


Capital and enclosures, 


3,283,000 


Engine house, - 


3,000 


Observatory, ... 


- 20.C00 


Arsenal, &c, penitentiary and enclosures, 


263,000 


General and City Post Offices, 


415,000 


Patent Office, - 


800,000 


Jail and enclosures, - 


30 000 


East half City Hall, 


60 000 


Navy Magazine, «fcc, 


5000 


Navy Yard Buildings, &c, 


516,000 


Barracks, - 


50,000 


Hassler's Workshops, 


800 


Engine Houses, - 


3,000 


Treasury Building, - 


654,000 


Total, 


5408,890 


Add vhlue of ground, 


2,214,079 




$7,622,969 



Abstract of the Report of the Commissioner of the School 
Fund, May, 1844. 

The capital of 1he Fund, as ascertained on the 18th 
day of April, 1844, was invested as follows : 

In Bonds, Contracts and Mortgages, $1,695,407 44 
In Bank Stock, - - 221,700 00 

In Cultivated Lands and Buildings, 78.367 00 

In Wild Lands, - - 52,493 75 

In Stock, - - 210 00 

In Cash, - . . 3,245 58 



Total amount of capital, $2,051,423 77 



128 LAND SURVEYORS, 

The receipts from the Fund, the last year, amounted 
to $132,140 47— the disbursements to $122,425 90. — 
The whole number of children returned, between the 
ages of 4 and 16 years, was 84.303 ; and two entire 
School Societies, which, last year returned 895 chil- 
dren, made no returns. The amount divided to each 
child has been one dollar and forty cents. The total 
amount divided to Schools during the forty-seven 
years in which the Fund has drawn interest $2,962,- 
922 33. 

The Report states that applications, the past year, 
for loans from the Fund have not been diminished ; 
but the increase has far exceeded in amount the addi- 
tional funds which have been on hand for re-invest- 
ment. The loans of the last fiscal year have been 
$77,931 04. 

The Western Reserve Lands in Ohio were sold the 
2d Sept. 1795, by the State, for $1,200,000. The avails 
were secured by the bonds of the purchasers on inter- 
est at 6 per cent. The interest for the two first years 
was remitted by the Legislature; so that the debts car- 
ried interest from the 2d of September, 1797. 



LAND SURVEYORS OF CONNECTICUT. 

James C. Palmer, Surveyor General. 

DEPUTIES. 

County of Hartford- -Nathaniel Goodwin, Hartford. 

" New Haven— Noyes Darling, New Hav-en. 

" New London— Isaac Gallup, Preston. 

" Fairfield— Hezekiah Price, Fairfield. 

" Windham... Jonathan Nirhols, Thompson. 

" Litchfield— William M. Burrall, Canaan. 

• l Middlesex— Ebenezer B. White, Chatham. 



VOTES FOR GOVERNOR. 



129 



SUMMARY OF THE VOTES 

OFFICIALLY CANVASSED, 

FOR STATE OFFICERS, MAY, 1844. 





FOR GOVERNOR. 






Baldwin. 


Cleveland. 


Scatter 


Hartford, 


6006 


5356 


288 


New Haven, 


5065 


4650 


231 


New London, 


3539 


3564 


257 


Fairfield, 


4805 


4400 


143 


Windham, 


2296 


2420 


426 


Litchfield, 


4398 


4281 


3°1 


Middlesex, 


2124 


2282 


147 


Tolland, 


1860 


1893 


114 



30093 



28846 



1990 



. 



FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. 



Reuben Booth, 
William S. Holabird, 

William Holabird, 
Levi Yale, 2d. 

Levi Yale ; 
Scattering', 



39,101 

28,130 

216—28,746 
]-97 
285 1,982 

18* 



— 




30.746 


FOR TREASURER. 






Joseph B. Gilbert, 


28,933 




Abijah Carrington, 


617 




Joseph P. Gilbert. 


211 




J. B. Gilbert, 


217 




Joseph Gilbert, 


64- 


-30,042 


Charles H. Pond, 


28,548 




Charles Pond, ]un., 


176 




Noah A. Phelps, 


100- 


-28,824 


Samuel Deming, 


1,884 




John C. Lewis, 


47 




J. C. Lewis, 


49- 


—1,980 


Scattering, 




11 



30,815 



130 



VOTES FOR SENATORS. 

FOR SECRETARY. 



Daniel P. Tyler, 
Noah A. Phelps, 
John C. Lewis, 

Samuel Deming, 
Scattering, 



1881 
97- 



30,069 

28,818 

—1,978 
14 





_ 




30,810 


FOR 
Abijah Cavrington, 

Joseph B. Gilbert, 
Gideon Welles, 
Lewis Beers, jr. 

Lewis Beers, 
Scattering, 


CONTROLLER. 


29,484 
623- 

1,874 
110- 


-30,107 

28,759 

--1,981 
9 



30,752 



FOR SENATORS. 



District No. 


1 


Romeo Lowvey, 
Wm. J. Hamersley, 
Scatieving, 


1905 
123 


2376 


No. 


2. 


Geovge Plummev, 
Thaddeus Wehes, 
Scattering, 


1658 
16 


1722 


No. 


3. 


Tvacy Peck, 
Noble Towner, 
Scatieving, 


1722 
140 


1875 


No. 


4. 


Nelson Newton, 
James A. Darling, 
Scattering, 


1450 

26 


1715 


No. 


5. 


Norton J. Buel, 
Hiram Osborn, 
Scattering, 


1499 

48 


1775 


No. 


6. 


Samuel Spencer, 
Philo Pratt, 
Scattering, 


1567 
29 


1664 



VOTES FOR SENATORS. 131 

No. 7. Noyes Billings, 1203 



1413 
1051 
1673 
1529 
1611 
1193 
1219 
1440 
1520 
1483 
1096 
1174 







John P, Trumbull, 
Scattering, 


1044 
61 


No 
No 


8. 
9. 


Charles W. Rockwell, 
As her P. Brown, 
Scattering, 

Richard E. Selden, Jr. 
Joshua B. Rogers, 
Scattering, 


1299 

82 

1032 
95 


No. 


10. 


Thomas B. Osborne, 
William S. Pomeroy, 
Scattering, 


1649 
36 


No. 


11. 


Eli T. Hoyt, 
SSamuel S. Gray, 
Scattering, 


1493 
32 


No. 


12. 


Darius Mead, 
Henry A. Mitchell, 
Scattering, 


1203 
63 


No. 


13. 


Mowbry Burgess, 
George Martin, 
Scatter' ng, 


1070 

128 


No. 


14. 


William Lyon, 3d. 
Vernon Stiles, 
Scattering, 


1218 

285 


No. 


15. 


Abijah Catlin, 
Origen S. Seymour. 
Scattering, 


1337 
194 


No. 


16, 


Silas Hoadley, 
Leman W. Cutler, 
Scattering, 


1453 
127 


No. 


17. 


Philo Kellogg, 
Ralph Deming, 
Scattering, 


1390 

58 


No. 


18 


Henry D. Smith, 
Daniel Russell ? 
Scattering, 


929 
53 


No. 


19 


Henry Taintor, 
Joshua L'Hommedieu, 
Scattering, 


1150 

98 



132 VOTES FOR SENATORS., 

No. 20. Orson Wood, 958 



Orson Wood, 
Miner Grant, 
Scattering, 

Sessions Lawson, 
Horace Taylor, 
Scattering, 


870 

68 

905 
49 



No. 21. Sessions Lawson, 972 



SUMMARY - 
Of the official votes given in the several Counties in this 
Slate, at the last election, for Presidential Electors. — 
The highest vote for the candidates on each ticket in 
given. Mr. Clay's majority over Mr. Polk is 2991 — 
over Mr. Polk and Mr. Birney, 1048. The whole 
number of votes is 64,616. 

Birney. 
287 
229 
304 
142 
368 
363 
130 
120 





Clay. 


Polk. 


Hartford County, 


6259 


5624 


New Haven County, 


5546 


4726 


New London County 


. 4081 


3709 


Fairfield County, 


5368 


4599 


Litchfield County, 


4668 


4335 


Windham County, 


2622 


2544 


Middlesex County, 


2324 


2354 


Tolland County, 


1964 


1950 




32,832 


29,841 



1,943 



MILES. 



The following exhibit of the number of yards 
contained in a mile, in different countries, wiU often 
prove a matter of useful reference : 

A mile in England or America, - 1,760 yards. 

Russia, - . 1,100 

Italy, - - - 1,477 

Scotland and Ireland, - 2,200 

Poland, - - - 4,400 

Spain, - - . - 5,028 

Germany, - - - 5,066 

Sweden and Denmark, . 7,223 

Hungary, - - - 7,800 

League in America or England, - 5,280 



GOVERNORS OF THE STATES. 
GOVERNORS 



133 



OF THE STATES AND TERRITORIES, WITH THEIR SAL r 
ARIES, AND TERMS OF OFFICE. 



States, 

Maine, 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mass. 

R.I. 

Conn. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Penn. 

Del. 

Md. 

Va. 

N. C. 

s. c. 

Ga. 

Ala. 

Mp. 

La. 

Ark. 

Tenn. 

Ky. 

Ohio, 

Mich. 

Ind. 

Ill 

Mo. 

Territ. 

Flor. 

Wise. 

Iowa, 



Governors. 
Hugh J. Anderson, 
John H. Steele, 
William S!ade, 
George N. Briggs, 
James Fenner, 
Roger S. Baldwin, 
Silas Wright, 
Cha's C. Stratton, 
Francis R. Shunk, 
Win. B. Cooper, 
Thomas J. Pratt, 
James McDowell, 
Wm. A- Graham, 
William Aiken,, 
Geo. W. Crawford 
Benj. Fitzpatrick, 
Albert G. Brown, 
Alex. Mouton, 
Thomas S. Drew, 
James C. Jones, 
William Owsley, 
T. W. Bartley, 
John S. Barry, 
James Whitcomb, 
Thomas Ford, 
John C. Edwards, 

John Branch, 
N. P. Tallmadge, 
John Chambers, 



Salary. 


Term. 


1,500 


1 


1,000 


1 


750 


1 


2,500 


1 


400 


1 


1,100 


1 


4,000 


2 


2,000 


3 


4,000 


3 


1,333 J 


3 


4,200 


3 


o,uL)02 


3 


2,000 


2 


3,500 


2 


3,000 


2 


2,500 


2 


3,000 


2 


6,000 


4 


1,800 


4 


2,900 


2 


2,500 


4 


1,500 


2 


1,500 


2 


1,500 


3 


2,000 


4 


2,000 


4 


2,500 


3 


2,-; 00 


3 


2,; oo 


3 



Term empires. 

Jan. 1846 

June, 1845 

Oct. 1845 

Jan. 1846 

May, 1845 

May, 1845 

Jan. 1847 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Dec. 1847 
Mar. 1847 
July, 1847 



In Virginia and South Carolina, the Governors are 
appointed by the Legislatures ; and if no one has a 
majority of votes for Governor in the States where a 
majority is requisite, the Legislature elects to the office 
one of the candidates voted for by the people. 



134 MILITIA. 



MILITIA OF CONNECTICUT. 

HIS EXCELLENCY 

ROGER SHERMAN BALDWIN, 

Captain General and Commander-in-Chief. 

Lieut. Colonel Pliny A. Jewitt, \ a ., , n 
Lieut. Colonel Nath'l S. Perkins, \^ as -^'^^f' 

HIS HONOR 

REUBEN BOOTH, 

Lieutenant General. 

Maior John R. Hoyt, ? /» • 7 j n 

Major Jared H. Canfield, ^^-de-Camp. 

General Charles T. Hillyer, Adjutant General* 
Lieut. Colonel Henry L. Miller, Qr. Master Gen. 
Lieut. Colonel James Ward, Commissary General. 
Major Henry Trowbridge, Jr., Pay Master Gen, 

GOVERNOR'S GUARDS, HARTFORD. 

HORSE — FIRST TROOP. 

D. F. Raphael, Major Commandant. 

Henry Boardman, Captain and 1st Lieutenant, 

Sylvester Lyman, 2d Lieutenant. 

William Gillett, Cornet. 

FOOT FIRST COMPANY. 

Leonard H. Bacon, Major Commandant. 
Charles Spencer, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 
Henry K. Morgan, 2d Lieutenant. 
George Sexton, 3d Lieutenant. 
Nelson G. Hinkley, 4th Lieutenant. 
Charles H. Langdon, Ensign. 



MILITIA. 135 

governor's guards, new haven, 

HORSE — SECOND TROOP. 

Joshua Barnes, Jr., Major Commandant. 
B. W. Barnes, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 
Vacant, 2d Lieutenant. 
James M. Ford Cornet. 
Vacant, Quarter Master. 

FOOT — SECOND COMPANY. 

Benjamin H. Prescott, Major Commandant. 
E. T. Main, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 
G. A. Smith, 2d Lieutenant. 
J. M. Hendrick, 3d Lieutentant. 
Vacant, 4th Lieutenant. 



FIRST DIVISION. 
Consisting of the First and Second Brigades, 

James T. Pratt, Esq., Major General. 

Major Henrv C. Trumbull, ) „., , ^ 
Major Drayton Hillyer, \ -A^-Camp. 

Lieut. Colonel Thomas H. Seymour, Divis. Inspector, 
Major J. D. Alden, Division Quarter Master, 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 1st, 6th, 14th, 17th and 25th Regi- 
ments Infantry, and 1st and 4th Regiments Cavahy. 

Jarvis Case, Esq., Brigadier General. 

Richard D. Hubbard, Aid-de-Camp. 

Henry A. Loomis, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

D wight W. Pardee, Brigade Quarter Master. 



136 MILITIA. 

FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Nathan M. Waterman, Colonel. 

Daniel S. Dewey, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Samuel S. Hayden, Major. 

Evelyn E. Crofoot, Adjutant ; Francis D. Stillman, 

Quarter Master ; Josiah Buck, Pay Master ; William 

B. Corbin, Chaplain ; P. W. Ellsworth, Surgeon ; 

Henry C. Preston, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

John G. Smith, Orville Hamilton, C. W. Camp. 
Cha's W. Church, Edward Elmore, P. L. Flower. 
J. W. Griswold, Simeon Hale, jr. George- Austin. 
John M. Loomis, Sam'l I. Mills, Jas. R. Drake. 
John T. Latimer, Henry Hubbard, Joel C. Rockwell. 
Cha's C. Clapp, Oscar Phelps, Lathrop Griswold. 
F. A. Seymour, E. H. Whiting, E. II. Seymour. 
Charles Steel, Win. C. Higley. N. S.Webb. 

~LIGHT INFANTRY. 

T. S. Sprague, Win, W. Bowles, Chauncey Smith. 
Josiah E.Atwood, Joshua C. Luce, William Merrills. 
T. H. Seymour, Hency B. Beach, Geo. S. Lincoln. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Russel Arnold, Joseph C. Barber, Jas. M. Spencer. 

ARTILLERY. 

Henry Kennedy, Nathan C. Geer, Edwin Roberts. 



SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

»• Henry E. Robinson, Colonel. 
William H. Bartlett, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Henry W. Chittenden, Major. 
John N. Camp, Adjutant; Israel r C. Newton, Qr* 
Master ; William A. Camp, Pay Master ; Dwight M- 
Seward, Chaplain; Ssth L. Childs, Surgeon ; Sher- 
man Mono, Surgeon's Male. 



MILITIA. 



137 



CAPTAINS. 

Isaac L. Coe, 
Robert Sudden, 
C, H. Hubbard, 
Ashbcl Bidwell, 
William Saga, 
Morris Barnes, 
H, Penfield, 
Benj. W. Field, 

Sylvester Bailey, 

Moses F. Pelton, 
G. T. Markham, 
Ichabod Avery, 

J. P. Southmayd, 

Vacant, 

Vacant, 



LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Chester Sago, Aug. II. Miller. 
Marshall Grimes, A. A. Warner. 
Horace Hands, Vacant. 

E. J. Cornwell, Fred'k Baldwin. 
H. C. Beckley, Charles Wood. 
Elbert H. Coe, S. M. Spencer. 
Sam'l N. Hall, Harley Case. 
KnowlesStevens, Henry Francis. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

F. G. Payne, Daniel Tibbals. 



RIFLEMEN. 

H. S. Cadwell, 
Theo. Bishop, 
Samuel Hart, 

ARTILLERY. 
L. Stevens, 
Nelson Allen, 
Jas. E. Geddes, 



Nelson Shepard. 
S. M. Gladwin. 
N. A. Chidsey. 

Vacant. 
Vacant. 
Vacant. 



FOURTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Nathan E. Stannard, Colonel. 

Cyrus Judd, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Lucien T. Pearson, Maj >r. 

David S. Miller, Adjutant ; George B. Finch, Qr. 

Master ; Samuel M. Potter, Pay Master ; John Moore, 

Chaplain ; Jesse Burwell, Surgeon ; E. D. Hitchcock, 

Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Jos. W. Smith, F. A. Cowles, Edward Youngs. 

Henry W. Dean, L. Dickinson, Oswin Stanley. 

Jere. Penfieid, W. B. Eddy, Henry Andrews. 

Vacant, Vacant, Vacant. 

J. B. Savage, Dennis Barnes, H* P. Matthews. 

A, Woodford, S.Thompson, T.S.Thompson. 

T. Leavenworth, L. D. Mills, Charles Bunnell. 

J. S. Rice, Elisha G. Tew, O. A. Beckwith. 



138 MILITIA. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Hail Grannis, Joseph Gridley, A. P. Plant. 
Wm. Wheeler, Vacant, T. G. Andrews. 

S. L. Strickland, L. O. Smith, Sherman Steele. 
Darius Sperry, H. Woodford, E. M. Woodford. 

RIFLEMEN. 
Asahel Gleason, J. B. Thompson, W r m. L. Gaylord. 
L. M.Andrus, Elias Bunnell, Charles Root. 
Jonathan Tatro, John Woodruff, A. H. Cowles. 

ARTILLERY. 
Lucas H. Carter, Ja's S. Youngs, Vacant. 



SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 
Simon B. Kendall, Colonel. 
Ezekiel Hosford, Lieutenant Colonel. 
M. E. St. John, Major. 
Henry A. Olcott, Adjutant ; James B. Gillett, Qr. 
Master; O. C. Holcomb, Pay Master; J. B. Clark, 
Chaplain ; A. R. Case, Surgeon ; T. G. Hazen, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS, ENSIGNS. 

E. H. En-ign, Wm. El. Brown, George Case. 

A. S. Buibank, C. Sikes, G. Remington. 

O. R. Holcomb, C. O. Cornish, Geo. Owen, jr. 

C. M. Daily, A. W. Foot, Vacant. 

G. L. Harmon, H, S. Sheldon, H. M. Viets. 

T. N. Taylor, N. P. Pratt, Jas. R. Hayes. 

G. H. Dibble, M. O. Lee, Albert Spring. 

L. W., Cowdry. C. B. Holromb, Milo B. Miller. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Geo. A. Loomis, John N. Shade, Henry F. Bissell. 

A. O. Mills, Osmon Case, M. I. Mills. 

RIFLEMEN. 
E. Alderman, Hoskins, Jewett. 

ARTILLERY. 

Jonathan A. Eno, H. B. Case, Linas A. Barnard. 



MILITIA. 139 

TWENTY- FIFTH KEGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Elijah Miller, jr., Colonel. 

Frederick N. Ladd, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Francis M. Gowdy, Major. 

Charles PL Talcott, Adjutant ; J. A. Wright, Qr. 

Master ; John B. Moseley, Pay Master ; George H. 

Nichols, Chaplain ; Sahin Stocking, Surgeon. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

John N. King, H. Nettleton, Wrn. C. Grant. 

Henry Taicott, Asa Welles, Horace Sc'levv. 

S. A. Brewer, Sidney Bidwell, Edwin C. Hills. 

Israel K. Perry, E. A. Bliss, Walter Bryant. 

Geo. C. Abbey, A. D. Parker, Edward Payne. 

A. W. Dickinson, Gay lord Curtiss, Jabish Wire. 

Cha's Hollister, L. Wetherell, Henry B.Taylor. 

James Risley, J. F. Bunco, Dan'1 Wadsworth, 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

H. A. Ellsworth, A. Hamilton, And. Hamilton. 

G. M. Dayton, H. Hollister, Geo. M. Dean. 

Guy Samson, ft. G. Talcott, David S. Treat. 

James H. Fyler, D. C. Beebe, H. H. White. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Ashbel Burnham, Aaron Dart, Lucius J. Hall. 

John S. Dobson, C. Hibbard, E. B. Dimock. 

ARTILLERY* 
E. P. Kimball, Martin O. Hills, Wm. McLean, 



FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY. 
Jeremiah A. Tuller, Colonel. 
Lemuel D. Roberts, Major. 
Samuel W. Skinner, Adjutant ; Nathan H. Thomp- 
son, Qr. Master; Lucius Newbury, Pay Master; S. 
W. Scofield, Chaplain ; Marcus L. Fisk, Surgeon ; 
Roderick White, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

Jay Cadwell, S. B. Newbury, Cicero Roberts. 
James T. Talcott, Samuel Stiles, A. H. Pernn. 



140 MILITIA. 

Lucius C. Fisk, Sidney Work, Mane. 

Samuel Fitch, George Pease, Stillman Smith. 

Horace Billings, Hez. K. Sears, Henry Wood. 



FOURTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Samuel N. Dunbar, Colonel. 

Samuel Stanley, Major. 

Charles A. Steel, Adjutant ; Lorenzo Botsford, Qr. 

Master ; Henry A. Pond, Pay Master ; O. A. Allen, 

Chaplain ; Edward D. Babcock, Surgeon ; George P. 

Steel, Surgaon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

Wm. S. Savage, Vacant, Vacant. 

Allen A. Atkins, W. B, Blossom, John Huns. 

Samuel Stanley, Edwin Belden, D. VV. Whittlesey. 

J. J. Churchill, J. Griswold, Vacant. 



SECOND BRIGADE, 

Comprising the 2d, 7th, 10th and 22d Regiments 
Infantry ; 1st Regiment Horse Artillery, and 3d Regi- 
ment Light Artillery. 

John Wilcox, Esq., Brigadier General. 

William E. Robinson, Aid-de-Camp. 

Horatio L. Scranton, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Samuel W.Stevens, Brigade Qurter Master. 

SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Daniel Reed, Colonel. 
L. W. Sperry, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Jonah N. Treat, Major. 
Walter B. Clark, Adjutant ; Josiah Beech, Quar- 
ter Master ; Chauncey A. Dickerman, Pay Master ; 
William B. Ashley, Chaplain ; Ambrose Beardsley, 
Surgeon ; Peter Phelps, Surgeon's Mate. 



MILITIA. 



141 



CAPTAINS. 

IJ."A. Dunbye, 
N. C. Smith, 

B. N, Tuttle, 
Zenus M. Piatt, 
Street Bishop, 
B. Wakeley, 
Henry Rigge, 
John A. Dibble, 

W. H. Thornton 
Samuel Tolles, 
John H mover, 
Wm. H. Bull, 
And. liartson, 

E. C. Lum, 



LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS 

Joseph Dorman, Stephen Wire 

Isaac R. Higby 

E. E. Morgan, 

A. H. Ailing, 

Henry Smiih, 

S. C. Williams, 

Win. W.Andrew, Sheldon Bassett 

G. M Baldwin, W. B. Baldwin. 
LIGHT INFANTRY. 
, C. C. Jackson, . John Wallace. 



L. S. Bristol. 
Cha's lYlerwin. 
Leveret J. Clark. 
Lahan Smith. 
Lucius Sacket. 



John C. Wylie, 
John Bryan, 
John B. Porter, 
D. T. Johnson, 

RIFLEMEN. 
Jacob F. Scott, 



R. H. White. 
Noyes Mix. 
Wm. -Baldwin. 
John I. Rider. 

P. B. Buckingham . 



SEVENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

William B. Dickinson, Colonel. 

Benjamin N. Sherman, Lieutenant Colonel. 

John L. Wilcox, Major. 

George L. Hurd, Adjutant ; John W. Marvin, Qr. 

Master ; Frederick W. H. Sheffield, Pay Master ; F. 

A. Chapman, Chaplain ; Ambrose Pratt, Surgeon ; 

William Willard, jr., Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

C. S. Bramerd, J.E. H. Brainercf, C. S. Tyler. 
James R. Wilcox, M. N. Griswold, L. C. Stevens. 
F. B. KeWey, C. F. Watrous, Henry A. Elliott, 

L.J. Phil's, John S. Lsne, Rich. P. Spencer. 

Dan'l S Platte, Edwin Hurile.lt, S unuel S. Platts. 
Jona. Warner, Ansel Shiprnan, C. D. Chirk. 
Noah Cone, KTekon Burr, N. S. Fowler. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
John Rossiter, Charles Dibble, T. E. Morgan. 
Wm. J. Gladwin, G. S. Gladwin, Wm. A. Hayes. 
Ogden C. Pratt. D. B Know les, N^ah Starkey. 



142 MILITIA. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Wm. B. Stevens, E. D. Shipman, Wells B. Smith. 

ARTILLERY. 
R. C. Shepherd, Theo. Blague, H. S. Chapman. 
Bezaleel Shailer, Wm. B. Tibbals, Carlos B. Tyler. 



TENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Ives Merriman, Colonel. 

William J. Benton, Lieut. Colonel. 

Richard D. Coan, Major. 

Charles Whittlesey, Adjutant ; James Northrop, 

Qr. Master; Gustavus R.Elliott. Pay Master ; Edwin 

R. Gilbert, Chaplain ; Charles B. Macosta, Surgeon ; 

Charles A.Justin, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Chs. W. Laudon, O. E. Goldsmith, Vacant, 
Garry I. Mix, Geo. W. Bacon, C. C Woodstock, 
A. S. Downs, George Rogers, John B. Macister. 
Rufus Pierpont, Ros'll Brockett, Henry W. Gilbert. 
David B.Rossiier, N, O. Dudley, N. S. Fowler. 
Elizur Lindsley, G. F. Humiston, Darwin Page. 
Ezra S. Smith, Fred'k W. Hill, Alonz > A. Fowler. 
Joel B. Bishop, Vacant, Aaron E. Same. 

J. C. Mansfield, John M. Foote, Chas. D.Maltby. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Justin Marks, Willis Munson, Ezra S. Munson. 



TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Richard Welton, Colonel. 
Edwin C. Birdseye, Lieut. Colonel. 
O. Ives Martin, Major. 
Lucius P. Bryan, Adjutant; Linus Birdseye, Qr. 
Master; A. H. Martin, Pay Mister; A. D irrow, 
Chaplain; Timothy Langdon, Surgeon; A. C. Wood- 
ward, Surgeon's Mate. 



MILITIA. 143 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Vacant, Henry Merriman, Chas. T. Gridloy. 

Chas. E. Mann, Joseph I. Clark, C II. Baldwin. 
Lyman Butler, Julius S. Auger, A.R.Johnson. 
IvesO. Lewis, Daniel H. Holt, Jason Hotclikiss. 
Robert E. Isbell, Gid. A. Johnson, Vacant, 
Harris Smith, A. Thompson, Reub. B. Huges. 
Wales Perkins, S. S. Thomas, A. T. Hotchkiss. 
H. G. Gill, Fowlcr'S. Gilbert, E. W. Niclioll. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
Vacant, Geo. Pritchard, R. H. Guilford. 

Joel Cook, Geo. D. Allen, Sam'l A. Tuttle. 

Alfred P. Curtiss, Alanson Curtiss, Nelson Payne. 

FIRST REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Dwight Hall, Colonel. 

Hezekiah Hall, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Jarecl R. Cook, Major. 

William N. Atwell, Adjutant ; Alphens Young, Qr. 
Master ; Horatio Roberts, Pay Master ; David B. Coe, 
Chaplain; William Atwater, Surgeon ; Wolcott Hall, 
Surgeon's Mate. 

1st Comp.— John I. Bartholomew, Captain ; Wm. 
R. Frisbie, 1st Lieut. ; Rodolphus Bartholomew, 2d. 
Lieut. ; Francis C. Bartholomew, 3d Lieut. 

2d Comp. — Hezekiah Hall, Captain ; Elisha Hall, 
1st Lieut. ; Edwin Williams, 2d Lieut. ; Sereno Bar- 
tholomew, 3d Lieut. ; S. Cook, 4th Lieut. 

3d Comp. — Orlando F. Baldwin, Captain ; Bryan 
Clark, 1st Lieut. ; Isaac Porter, 2d Lieut. ; Robert 
Treat, 3d Lieut.; Geo. R. Redfield, 4th Lieut. 



THIRD REGIMENT ARTILLERY. 

Collin M. Ingersoll, Colonel. 

Adrian C. Heitman, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Howard Sherman, Major. 

Charles A. Ball, Adjutant ; Howard P. Blake, Qr. 

Master ; Vacant, Pay Master ; T. C. Teasdale, Chap- 



144 MILITIA. 

lain ; David L. Daggett, Surgeon ; Nathaniel W. 
Taylor, burgeon's Mute. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

Cha's C. Tuthill, F. II. Bradley, Lewis Hawkins. 

Leveret Bristol, flor. Parmelee, Rich'd L. Hail. 

H. E.Chittenden, Samuel Dudley. S. R, Crampton. 

Samuel Hull, Jesse Cooper, H. B. Newton. 

C. B. Doolittle, Wm. Watrous, W. McCrackan. 

Wm. E. Barnes, Theodore Pike, Alonzo Johnson. 

Richard Dibble, E. B. Barker, O. D. Squire, jr. 

Wm* Parmelee, Carlos Parmelee, O. S. Permelee. 



§E€ONI> DIVISION. 

Consisting of the Third and Fifth Brigades. 

Amos Fowler, Esq., Major General. 

Major Edwin H.Looini., \ Aids . de . c 
Major Amos T. Fowler, $ x 

Lieut. Colonel John B. Hungerford, Divis. Inspector, 
Major Henry E. West, Divis. Qr. Master. 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 3d, 8th, 18th and 20th Regimants 
Infantry, and 2d Regiment Horse Artillery. 

Orrin F. Smith, Brigadier General. 

William Mercer, Aid-de-Camp. 

John A. Lathrop, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Jonathan N. Harris, Brigade Quarter Master. 

THIRD REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Ehenezer H. Woodworth, Colonel. 

W. A. Baily, Lieut. Colonel. 

Chauncey Crocker, Major. 

Samuel Dennis, Adjutant ; Elisha Turner, Quarter 

Master ; Sabin Smith, Pay Master ; Frederick Lati- 

mer, Surgeon ; Henry E. Turner, Surgeon's Mate. 



MILITIA. 145 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Vacant, G. W. Holmes, Vacant. 

S. A. Cau'kins, J. E. Sevan, Cha's E. Smith. 

O. W. Chapman, John W. Smith, G. W. Peckham. 

Vacant, J. L. Beck with, Peter Comstock. 

J. L. Morgan, C. L. Brown, John V. Miner. 

A. I. Treadway, 1. Stoddard, jr. Vacant. 

A. Huntley, Robert Lyons, O. M. Babcock. 

LTGHT INFANTRY. 

Vacant, D. A. Redfield, Sam'l Douglass. 

W. Green, A. Whightman, Vacant. 

RIFLEMKN. 

John O.Wheeler, W. B. Kirby, Selden Daboll. 

ARTILLERY. 

Geo. R. Miner, Thomas Fox, Lyman Lester. 

Wm. Armstrong, Daml Anderson, J. Watrous. 



EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

John S. Lester, Colonel. 
Charles H. Allyn, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Joseph Kinney, Major. 
Henry Bill, Adjutant ; John H. Crary, Qurter Mas- 
ter ; Hibbard R. Norman, Pay Master ; J. R. Avery, 
Chaplain ; David N. Prentis, Surgeon ; Noyes S. Pal- 
mer, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIBUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

E. C. Denison, Dennis Burdick, W. C. Crandall. 
Wm. G Batty, J D. Bradford, Youngs Avery. 
Asa P. Williams, Paul P. Printice, C. W. Maine. 
Isaac W. Howe, Arch. Robbins, Vacant. 
Ja's A Billings, I rael Allyn, G.C.Newton. 

Jesse Y. Hull, Wm. H. Davis, Stephen F. Nye. 
Wm. S. Babcock, D. R. Hewitt, S. B. Maine. 
G. W. Mallory, James S. Noyes, Vacant. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
C. Morgan, Sands H. Fish, Edwin R. Gallup. 

Hoxsie Green, Vacant, Vacant. 

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MILITIA. 



RIFLEMEN. 
Rob't Y.Latham, T. B. Williams, I. W. Stanton. 

ARTILLERY. 

Nathan G. Smith, F. P. Burch, Tho's A. Dean. 



EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Edwin Allen, Colonel. 

Edward W. Eells, Lieutenant Colonel. 

C. P. Browning, Major. 

D. Young, Adjutant ; James D. Mowry, Quarter 

Master; H H. Qagoold, Pay Master; C. D. Fillmore, 

Chaplain ; VVrn. H. Birge, Surgeon ; T. Raymond, 

Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. 

G. W. Concklin, Julius Webb, 
W. Ayers, jr. John P. Gore, 

D Gear, 

N. Robinson, 

J. N. Burdick, 

S. D. Johnson, 

P. G. Lamb, 

Simeon Abel, 

Vacant, 
LIGHT INFANTRY. 

O. Wood worth, H. Siunders. 

J. L. Babcock, 

J. M. Neilson, 
RIFLEMEN. 

M. Kinney, 



EL Robinson, 
G. H. Abel, 
N. L. Lester, 

C. Browning, 
R. K. Barber, 
Cha's Maples, 
Cha's Crowly, 

Geo. W.Cook, 
George Hills, 

D. Young, 



ENSIGNS. 

O. W Champlin. 

D. Sdden. 

II. W. Loomis. 
C. Howe. 
T. A. Tiffany. 
C. H. Sietson. 
L. H. Carey. 

E. Maples. 
G. P. Maples. 



E. Goodwin. 
G. W. Bentley. 



N. Stanton, 

R. B. Downing, H. Tarbox, 
Isaac Gallup, D. D. Baldwin, 
W. W. Congdon, J. W. Stanton, 



O. Hinkby. 
G90. Wilcox. 
O. S. Combs. 
John Stanton. 



TWENTIETH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Joseph U. Holmes, Colonel. 

Charles W. Lay, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Philo Bevin, Major. 



MILITIA. 147 

Joseph Selden, Adjutant ; Hiram Vacy, Quarter 
Master; Timothy F.Green, Pay Master; Stephen A. 
Loper, Chaplain; Gjorge Rogers, Surgeon; Henry 
Palmer, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTUNS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

W. P. Holt, J.B. Hungerford, I. D. Burnham. 

C. P. Lathrop, Cha's Murphy, A.Y.Worlhington. 
W. Williams, H. S. Brainard, U. House. 

William Phelps, Austin titling, E. C. Warner. 
H. A. Palmer, F. M. Palmer, E. Snow, jr. 
Asa C. Shailer, Aas W. Ful er, J. E. Emmons. 
Vacant, E B. Baily, G. W. Goodrich. 

Andrew Phelps, W. L. Ellis, Seneca Potter. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
SarrTl A. Porter, Joseph Kellogg, Austin Root. 
James E. S.van, A. C. Phelps, H. F. G irdner. 
Allen C* Clark, N. S. Markham, Oliver West, jr. 



SECOND REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

James D. Rogers, Colonel. 

Jedediah S. H >ugh, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Pitt D. Rogers, Major. 

E. P. Moore, Adjutant; William Rogers, Quarter 
Master ; L. D. Armstrong, Pay Master ; Charles Sal- 
ter, Chaplain ; C. C. Hilliard, Surgeon ; H. H. Kings- 
ley, Surgeon's Mate. 

1st Comp.— W. R. Tisdale, Captain; H. B. Cone* 
1st Lieut. ; S. A. Baily, 2d Lieut. ; Egbert Brown, 3d 
Lieut. ; Thomas Spencer, 4th Lieut. ; Giles Hunt, 
Cornet. 

2d Comp. — Joseph J. Hyde, Captain ; Henry H. 
Hazen, 1st Lieut. ; Charles M. Pendleton, 21 Lieut. ; 
A. M. Bingham, 3d Lieut. ; John C. Luce, 4th Lieut. ; 
J. P. Johnson, Cornet. 

3d Comp.— William F. Mitchell, Captain ; John 9. 
Barber, 1st Lieut. ; Jefferson L. Avery, 2d Lieut. ; 
Oliver Buddington, 3d Lieut. ; William E. Leeds, 4th 
Lieut. 



148 MILITIA. 

FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 5th, 11th, 19th and 22d Regiments 
Infantry, 2d Regiment Cavalry, and 1st Battalion Ar- 
tillery. 

Lloyd E. Baldwin, Esq., Brigadier General. 

William Swift, Aid-de-Camp. 

Lucius J. Hendee, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

John W. Ensworth, Brigade Quarter Master. 

FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Epaphras SafFord, Colonel. 

Charles Thompson, Lieut. Colonel. 

Andrew C. Lester, Major. 

Lucius Lincoln, Adjutant ; Walter Willson, Quarter 

Master ; Horace Cary, Paymaster ; Thomas Tallman, 

Chaplain ; Calvin B. Brumley, Surgeon ; E. F. Bal- 

cam, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Norman B. Hall, Alb't R. Moulton, Joslin. 

Aaron P.Kenyon, Wm. F. Hall, L. Starkweather. 
Chas. Cleveland, C. G. Wiiliams, Timothy Prince. 
Henry Webb, A. G. Fuller, John P. Webb,jr. 

Jacob M. Allen, Jos. Farnham, jr., George Sanger. 
Fr's D. Fuller, Fr's D. Whipple, J. J. Penrose. 
Rich. S Lathrop, Dan. H. Freeman,Wm. H. Butler. 
John Spalding, Alexander Hill, Theo. Hammett. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Amos Witter, jr., Jos. Hutchins, Edward Lester. 
R. O. Hovey, Egbert Hall, Edwin H. Hall. 

ARTILLERY. 

Edwin G. Main, Wm. A. Owen, ,Junis S. Evens. 



ELEVENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Isaac Mills, Colonel. 

George F. S. Stoddard, Lieut. Colonel. 

Calvin D, Williams, Major. 



MILITIA. 149 

Joseph D. Bates, Adjutant ; Marcus A. Elliott, Qr. 
Master; Johnson, Pay Master ; George L.Leon- 
ard, Ch;»plain ; Daniel E. Hall, Surgeon ; Lewis Will- 
iams, Surgeon's mate. 

CAPTMNS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Prescot May, S. L. Cotton, J. Osgood. 
John D. Lyon, J. S. Houghton, Nelson Lyon. 
W. W. White, Augustus Bassett, Samuel Hill. 
Benedict Oatley, Geo. P. Stearns, Vacant. 
Nelson Morse, S. Chamberlain, Origin Bennett. 
Caleb Brown, jr., Elias Jacobs, Silas S. Jay. 

J. M. Harindun, C. M. Whitney, Stafford Green. 
And'w I. Wales, Clinton Howard, Nath'l Session. 
Wm. I. Kieth, M. A. Elliott, D. S. Skinner. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
S. Tiffany, Daniel Bartlett, Isaac Corbin. 

RIFLEMEN. 
C. Scarborough, M. Weatherill, Wm. Chapman. 
T. B. Underwood,Daniel A. Brown, Benj.F. Hutching. 
Sam. S. Sprague, Jos. Starkweather,John Kelley. 

ARTILLERY. 

Edwin Warren, Alex'r Mitchell, Vacant. 



NINETEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY, 

Elijah W. Smith, Colonel. 

Albert F. Kibbe, Lieut. Colonel. 

Freeman M. Brown, Major. 

Henry A. Hawkins, Adjutant ; Cha's W. Chapman, 

Quarter Master ; Horatio S. Flynt, Pay Master ; James 

Squire, Chaplain ; Ahijah Ladd, Surgeon ; Stephen 

Griggs, 2d., Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LII UTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

W. B. Woodruff, John H. Bower, Wells Spencer. 

Geo. M. Grant, John C. Willey, Martin Aborn. 

John Smith, jr., H. E. Babcock, Wm. H. Kibbe. 

Arba Hvde, 2d., Philo D Shaw, Lyman W. Crane. 

Anson Spelmnn, A G. Carew, M. Cummings. 

Benj. L. Bisseil, H. G. Hansom, Sylvester Morris. 



150 MILITIA. 

Wm. A Gager, S. M. Luce, Calvin Whiton. 

John Weston, Gardner Wood, Joseph Sexton. 

Adolphus King", G. A. Taylor, Luke Parsons. 

Win. A. Colburn, Wm. H. Keed, Lucius Blodget. 



TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT INFANTRY. 
Jonathan C. Porter, Colonel. 
Charles A. Scovill, Lieut. Colonel. 
C. G. Southworth, Major. 
James H. Corrin, Adjutant; Nathaniel Root, jr., 
Quarter Master ; Truman Johnson, Pay Master ; Da- 
vid Bancroft, Chaplain ; Timothy Dirnick, Surgeon ; 
Henry Watrous, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS, 

C.G. Southworth, Orrin Shumway, Ormand M. Lull. 
Geo. R. Hurlhut, Chauncey Clark, Miles C. Dexter. 
Jonn B. Scovell, Edw'd C. Little, Henry C. Clark. 
N. W. Talcott, Vacant, F. B. Risley. 

Irad Edwards, Chas. P. Rider, E. H. Carpenter. 
M. N. Loomis, Geo. O Brown, Jas. H. Corrin. 
Jos. Dorsett,jr., Luther Webster, Wm. E. Preston. 
George Piatt, Vacant, Royal Chapman. 

Amos W Snow, Vacant, W. A. Bobbins. 

Alfred H. Fitch, Dan'l M. Burnap, H. M. Kingsbury. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
J. Trowhridge, jr.'James J. Slade, U. L. Carpenter, 

Jas. P. Johnson, W. M. SpafFord, Hovey. 

ARTILLERY. 
John Brace, A. K. Brown, A. Johnson. 



SECOND REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Judson M. Lyon, Colonel. 
Jirah Hyde, Major. 
Seneca B. Congdon, Adjutant ; Moses F. Lyon, Qr. 
Master ; Luther M. Fisher. Pay Master; J. H. Man- 
ning, Surgeon ; N. H. Williams, Surgeon's Mate. 



MILITIA. 151 

1st Cornp.— James M. Fuller, Cnpt. ; Lucius J. 
Snow, 1st Lieut. ; George W. Holt, 2d Lieut. ; Geo. 
W. Aspenwall, Cornet. 

2d Cornp. — J. Hyde, Capt. ; Harris Kies, 1st Lieut. ; 
Joseph 15. A ins worth. 2d Lieut. ; Ethan Chaffee, Cor't. 

3d Cornp. — James M. Kingsley, Capt. ; Erastus D. 
Post, 1st Lieut. ; Alanson C. Abel, 2d Lieut.; Ralph 
G. Abel, Cornet. 

4th Cornp. — Luther E. Rawson, Capt.; Dwight 
Austin. 1<t. Lieut.; Samuel P. Crawford, 2d Lieut.; 
John B. Healey, Cornet. 



FIRST REGIMENT ARTILLERY. 
F. W. Treadway, Major. 
Waroham Williams, Adjutant ; William T. Dawley, 
Quarter Master; Amos W. Prentice, Pay Master; 
Benajah Cook, Chaplain ; Francis M. Manning, Sur- 
geon. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANST. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

Th. G. Kingsley, Da W. C.Lathrop, Joseph B. Noyes. 
L. Armstrong, Emery B. Ray, Vacant. 
Benjamin Irish, O. W. Crary, D. B. Morgan. 
J. M. Kingsley, J. W. Salden, Vacant. 



THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the Fourth and Sixth Brigades. 

Sands Adams, Esq., Major General. 
Major William T. Miner. ) ... , M ~ m 
M jor John Layden, ' \ Alds ' de ' Cam ?' 

Lieut. Colonel Edward Hill, Division Inspector. 

Major Oliver H. Perry, Division Quarter Master. 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 4th, 9th, 15th and 24th Regiments In- 
fantry, 3J Regiment Horse Artillery, 5th Regiment 
Cavalry, and 4th Battalion Artillery. 



152 • MILITIA. 

Charles W. Thorp, Esq-, Brigadier General. 
Benjamin Weed, jr., Aid-de-Camp. 
Henry Edwards. Brigade Major and Inspector. 
William Gould, Brigade Quarter Master. 

FOURTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Jndson Curtiss, Colonel. 

Orville H. Beardslee, Lieut. Colonel. 

Joseph Perry, jr., Major. 

Absalom Northrop, Adjutant ; Stephen B°ardslee, jr., 

Quarter Master; Burr S. Hubbell, Pay Master; S. B. 

Brittan, Chaplain; E. B. Middlebrook, Surgeon; Le 

Grand Beers, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

J. G. Morehouse, Seth J. Osborn, Albert Osborn, 

John McEwen, Philo Osborn, Geo. F. Jackson, 

Charles Scribner, S. B. Gorliam, Wm. Gorham, 

Wm. S. Hanford, Chas. B. Hall, S. M. Congar, 

Willia it Bradley, Nathan Gould, Asahel Gray, 

Albert Burritt, L. L. Wilcoxon, Abram Lewis, 
Henry Bennett, J. C. Buckingham, Erastus Bennett, 
F. N. Hurd, Wm.Sirrine, 

Burr Beach. Isaac E. Booth. Elijah Beach. 

LIGHT INFANTRY 

Burr Osborn, David E. Downs, Aaron Turney, 

O. B. Hall, Chas. B. Nichols, C. A. Kirtland, 

Henry P. Burr. George S. Adams. T. F. Rockwell. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Hanford Hull, Amariah Mallett, George Knapp. 



NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Hanford Stevens, Colonel. 

Augustus Weed, Lieut. Colonel. 

L. G. Smith, Major. 



MILITIA. 153 

E. B. Piatt, Adjutant ; Charles Lockwood, Quarter 
Master; Charles Andrews, Pay Master; C. Ayres, 
Surgeon; S. Raymond, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LI RUT EN A NTS. ENSIGNS. 

Holly Adams, J. F. Fay weather, C. Waterbury, 

E. Mead, A. R. Lane, Leman Mead, 

L. G. Wilcox, John J. Colly, A. C. Arnold, 

Burr D. Smith, C. E. Disbrow, Reed Bradley, 

S. G. Wilson, J. B. Wilson, B. Green, 

E. Seeley, jr., G. E. Stevens, Edwin Finch, 

E. S. Lockwood, Edward Stiles. G. W. Smith, 

I. S.Jones, Wm.A. Hoyt, A. Waters, 

Isaac Buxton. B. D. Purdy. C. W. St. John. 

RIFLEMEN. 

PL Cunningham, G. W. Smith, J. T. Brooks, 
Wm. T. Minor, E. Capron, David Duncan, 

N. S. Husted, J. E. Russell, B. Pagejr., 

W. E. Raymon. Samuel St. John. Henry Hoyt. 



FIFTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Walter B. Ferris, Colonel. 

David B. Rogers, Lieut. Colonel. 

Charles JNorthrop, Major. 

John C. Smith, Adjutant ; Nathan L. Buckingham, 

Quarter Master; Charles H. San ford, Pay Master; E. 

Huntington, Chaplain ; Daniel W. Northrop, Surgeon ; 

"William F. Lacey, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

E. Benedict, Henry Wood, Levi Hungerford, 

Isaac Pickett, Geo- Richmond, 

D. I. Northrop, Carlos B. Booth, Ralp'> Benedict, 

David Fay, L. N. Crofoot, Eli am Fenn 

B. B. Kellogg, S. Whitehead, T. G. Rogers, 

Philo C Merwin,N. C. Goodell, Abel S. Hawley, 

Royal O. Gurley,' Horace Hubbell, A. N. Sharp, 

"W.P.Bennett, F. L. Sherman, Peter Wooster, 

Buel Pickett. Henry Gicldings. Orrin Stevens. 



154 



MILITIA. 



Eli Beardslee, 



L. A.Warner, 
H. G. Barnum. 



LTGHT INFANTRY. 

Lewis B. Pepper, J. N. Hungerford, 

RIFLEMEN. 

P. W. Welles, C. Buckingham, 
Orrin Benedict. J. P. Taylor. 



TWENTY-FOURTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Henry San ford, Colonel. 
Aaron L. San ford, Lieut Colonel. 
Hiram K. Scotr, Major. 
David W. Sherwood, Adjutant; Samuel W. Thorp, 

Quarter Master; Isaac — Pay Master; Rev. 

Mr. Atwell, Chaplain; Charles Middlebrook, Surgeon; 
Edward Hubbell, Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. 

Wm. O Sanford, Wm. L. Stevens 
Aaron Lockwood, S. Lobdell, 
W. H.Seymour, Wm. Dunning, 
E. T. Dudley, Aaron S. Lyon, 
William Brush, 

Francis Meeker, Samuel Lobdell, 
Chas. Ambler, Levi Bartram, 
C. O. Jessup. S. P. Fitch. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
J. S. Adams, John Dikeman, George French 

J. B. Lockwood. J. M. Lockwood. Bradley Piatt. 



ENSIGNS. 

T. Hoyt, 
Wm. P. Welch, 
Wm. Olmstead, 



Thaddeus Hoyt, 
A. Lvon. 



FIFTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Carr Hine, Colonel. 
Henry R. Whittlesey, Major. 
John R. Hoyt, Adjutant ; William F. Hoyt, Quarter 
Master; Charles B. Curtis, Pay Master; Hanford Ben- 
nett, Surgeon; Williams, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st. LIEUTENANTS. 2d. LIEUTENANTS. 

Vacant, S. C. Tuttle, J. F. Pavn, 

J. P. Crosby, I. H. Wilson, G. W. Wilson, 

S. C. Squires, Henry Gunn, Sherman Titus, 

J. B. Fairchild, E. T. Shepherd. Wm. Botsford. 



MILITIA. 155 

Cornets. — Samuel L. Bloss, John Corney, James 
Willes, Leonard Bradley. 

THIRD REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Samuel C. Beardsley, Colonel. 

David S. Beardsley, Lieut. Colonel. 

Ebenezer Ay res, Major. 

William G. Scofield. Adjutant ; Nathaniel J. Sterling, 
Gluarter Master; John Burritt, Pay Master; Robert 
Lockwood, Sur eon; Oscar Jordan, Surgeon's Mate. 

1st Com p. — Charles Blackman, Captain; Oliver E. 
Plumb, 1st Lieut. ; Edgar S. Wooster. 2d Lieut.; Gould 
Judson, 3d Lieut. ; Abel S Beach, 4th Lieut. 

2d Com p. — Ebenezer J. Richards, Captain; George 
Whitlock, 1st Lieut.; Daniel C. Rider, 2d Lieut.; 
George N. Foote, 3d Lieut. ; Moses B. Sanford, 4th 
Lieut. 

3d Comp. — Eleazer Sherwood, Captain ; Timothy 
M. Banks, 1st Lieut. ; Nathan T. Merwin, 2d Lieut.; 
Francis B. Banks, 3d Lieut.; Moses Wakeman, 4th 
Lieut. 

4th Comp. — William S. Brown, Captain ; Samuel B. 
Dayton, 1st Lieut.; Benjamin W. Mead, 2d Lieut, j 
Alpheus Brown, 3d Lieut. ; Brush Banks, 4th Lieut. 

Cornets — Birdsey Curtiss, Linus S. Benedict, Aaron 
B. Wakeman, Samuel Ferris. 



FOURTH REGIMENT ARTILLERY. 

William A. Dowd. Lieut. Colonel Commandant. 

James H. Beebee, Major. 

D. Wheeler, Adjutant; O. Wilcox, Gluarter Master ; 

T. M. Weed, Pay Master ; Dwight Norris. Chaplain ; 

William M. Watson, Surgeon; Charles R. Agman, 

Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

F. Starr, Wm. H. N. C. Broekington 

F. Hubbel, T. W. Stillman, G. B S nitli, 

Hiram Bell. Vacant, G. W. Hoyt, 

J. D. Brinsmade, J. B. Nichols, Vacant, 

J. E. Curtiss. M. A. Wakely. E. C. Hawley. 



156 MILITIA. 

SIXTH BRIGADE.^ 

Comprising the 12th, 13th, 16th, and 21st Regiments 
Infantry, and 3d Regiment Cavalry. 

George P. Shelton, Esq.. Brigadier General. 

George Woodward, Aid-de Camp. 
Justin Hodge, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
H. C. Cummings, Brigade Quarter Master. 

TWELFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

George Hurlbut, Colonel. 

Truman H. Woodruff, Lieut. Colonel. 

Job Z. Warner, Major. 

Robert H. Isbell, Adjutant ; Eli N. Bradley, Quarter 

Master; Stiles F. Munson, Pay Master; Austin Isham, 

Chaplain; Anthony Burritt, Surgeon; William C. 

Catlin, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

B. N. Strong, David Betts, George Staples. 

Curtiss Hinman, George B >stwick, Theron Curtiss. 

Levi P. Scott, John M. Bristol, W. H. Harrison. 

J. W. Baldwin, A. Beardsly, Edward Dayton. 

Ralph Smith, George Baldw n, John Walton. 

S. Benedict, Hiram Baldwin, Shandy Nott. 

Alber L. Hodge, Levi-Smith, Lewis Judd. 

H. W. Munson, Lewis Sperry, L. S. Bronson. 

Samuel Tuttle, Noah Tuttle, F. H. Gray. 

RIFLEMEN. 

J. Hungerford, J. Hun^erford, C. L. Dayton. 

ARTILLERY. 

Levi R. Teeples. G. H. Bostwick, Royal A. Ford. 



THIRTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY- 

Dwight W. Pierce, Colonel. 
William T. King, Lieut. Colonel. 
Henry I. Fuller, Major. 
Walter S. Cowles. Adjutant; Charles Hopson, Quar- 
ter Master ; Stephen R. Gay, Pay Master; Henry H. 






MILITIA. 157 

Woodbridge, Chaplain; Burritt B. North, Surgeon; 
Timothy L. Andrews, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

William Briggs, Vacant. Vacant. 

Homer Edwards, Eben Burroughs, "W, T. Bull. 
Caleb M. Lake, B. S. Hamlin, E. S. Stoddard. 
P G. Merritt, Horace Ball, Hyman S.Jacobs. 

Almond E. Todd, Nelson B. Crank, John Ackerman. 
Edward P. Hunt, Charles Curtiss, C. L. Hunt. 
A. S. Harrison, H. Wood worth, Vacant. 
James M. Smith, Samuel Hollister, John F. Tickner. 

LIGHT INFANTRY 

S. A. St. John, Geo. W. Stevens, E. S. Hinman. 
Gilbert S. Miner, Theodore Jones, F.I.Calhoun. 
Charles A. Smith, C. Williams, D. S. Bartram. 

ARTILLERY. 

Reuben Eaton, Alonzo L. Bull, Ezra B. Eaton. 



SIXTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Joseph Birge, Jun., Colonel. 
William F. Baldwin, Lieut. Colonel. 
Charles Carter, Major. 
William E. Dickinson, Adjutant; S. G. Hayes, 
Quarter Master; Alphonso Candee, Pay Master ; Da- 
vid L. Marsh, Chaplain ; George Seymour, Surgeon. 



CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. 

Josiah Giles, John W. Buel, 

Vacant. Vacant. 

OziasL. Webster, Eli G. Catlin, 
Levi W. Thrall, L. M. Griswold, 



Vacant. 

Henry Hamlim, 

Lewis Munson, 

Vacant. 

Ezra Churchill, 

B. A. Emmons, 

Vacant. 



Vacant. 
Henry Waugh, 
Vacant. 



ENSIGNS. 

F. D. McNiel, 

Vacant. 

John G. Bailey, 
Chester F. Drake 
Almon I. Beach/ 
Alvah Bristol, 
F. A. Minor, 



Edward Breman, A. Whitcomb, 
Vacant. Samuel Gurnsey, 

Horatio Ames, Erastus Palmer. 
Vacant. Vacant. 



158 



MILITIA.. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

George A. Hill, Vacant. Vacant. 

Zenas Tolles, T. S. Jones, John Weeks. 

RIFLEMEN. 

George W. Beers, Edward C. Buel, J. S. Patterson. 
Hiram Wsiton, Russell Coe, Apollos Fenn. 



Solomon Marsh, 



ARTILLERY. 

S. S. Morse, » 



Pierpont. 



TWENTY-FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY- 

Robbins Battel), Colonel. 

Salmon Howd, Lieut. Colonel. 

H. H. Bartlett, Adjutant: Luther Holmes, Quarter 

Master; F. Lawrence, Pay Master; Luther Barber, 

Chaplain; William Carrington, Surgeon; William 

Welch, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Andrew Barnes, S. 1. Lyman, Clark Evers, 

A. O. Bancroft, Jason Lilly, Noah Benedict. 

John Burwell, Samuel G. Allen, Abner S. Hart. 
H. W. Coe, S. C. Newton, J. Thompson. 

Wm. S. Bunnell, 
John Hinsdale ; Charles H. Blake, Charles Alvord. 



H. L. Lincoln, 
Geo. C. Wilson, 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

J. C. Ransom, C. Ransom. 



RIFLEMEN. 

A. Smith, 



S. Markham. 



GRENADIERS- 

William S. Nash, Albert Porter, William Smith. 

ARTILLERY. 

G. N. Wilder, Anson Holcomb, William Tiffany. 



THIRD REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Major C. Peck, Colonel. 
Oliver W. Austin, Major. 



MILITIA. 159 

Martin Phelps, Adjutant; N. B. Gaylord, Quarter 
Master; C. G. Babcoek, Pay Master; William Church, 
Chaplain ; John A. Gillett, Surgeon ; G. K. Peck, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

1st Comp. — S. M. Scoville, Captain ; Samuel Catlin, 
1st Lieut. ; John Hart, Vd Lieut. ; A Squire, Cornet. 

2d Comp. — H. Pendleton, Captain; Vacant, 1st. 
Lieut.; Cicero Beach, 2d Lieut.; Vacant, Cornet. 

3d Comp — W. G. Norton, Captain ; Henry Sey- 
mour, 1st Lieut. ; Enos Sage, 2d Lieut. ; Vacant, 
Cornet. 

4th Comp. — James L. Hubbel, Captain ; H. Hotch- 
kiss, 1st Lieut. ; R. L. Picket, 2d Lieut. ; A. Moss, 
Cornet. 

TABLE OF DISTANCES. 

The distance from Philadelphia to New York, via 
the railroad, 86 miles. 

New York to Baltimore, via railroad routes, 182. 
New York to Washington, 220. 

New York to Boston, via Stonington and Providence 
railroad, 224. 

New York to Boston, via Norwich and Worcester 
railroad. 2J7. 

New York to Springfield, Mass., via New Haven 
and Hartford railroad, 143. 

New York to Albany, by steamboat, 145. 
New York to Albany, east side of Hudson river, by- 
stage, 154. 

Albany to Boston, via railroad, 200. 
Boston to Portland, via Eastern railroad, 105. 
Portland to Bangor, by stage, 129. 
Portland to Quebec, via Augusta and Norridgewock, 
by stage, 300. 

Boston to Bangor, by steamboat, 245. 
Boston to Montreal, via Concord and Burlington, 
Vt.. by railroad, stage and steamboat, 317. 

Albany to Montreal, via Lake Champlain, 250. 
Montreal to Quebec, by steamboat, 180. 
Albany to Buffalo, by railroad, 325. 



160 GRADUATES FROM COLLEGES. 

Buffalo to Kingston, Can., via St. Lawrence river, 212. 

Buffalo to Detroit, by steamboat, 372. 

Buffalo to Chicago, via the Lakes, 1047. 

Buffalo to Chicago, via Detroit and St. Josephs, 640. 

Albany to Troy, by stage, 6. 

Albany to Ballston, 30. 

Albany to Saratoga, 37. 



The number of Graduates from the Colleges of the 
United States, in 1844. 

1. Yale College, Connecticut, - 104 

2. Union College, New York, - - - 81 

3. Princeton College, New Jersey, - - 60 

4. Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, - 59 

5. Harvard University, Massachusetts, - 54 

6. University of New York, - - - 39 

7. Williams College, Massachusetts, - - 33 

8. Columbia College, New York, - - 32 

9. Brown University, Rhode Island, - - 26 

10. Rutgers College, New Jersey, - . - 24 

11. University of Vermont, 24 

12. Amherst College, Massachusetts, 23 

13. University of Pennsylvania, - - 20 

14. Hamilton College, New York, 19 

15. Wesleyan Universitv, Connecticut, 17 

16. Dickinson College, Pennsylvania, 17 

17. Middlebury College, Vermont, - - 16 

18. Washington College, Connecticut, 12 

19. Delaware College, Delaware, • - 12 

20. Western Reserve College, Ohio, - - 11 

21. Transylvania University, Kentucky, - 11 

22. Geneva College, New York, 10 

23. Georgetown College, District of Columbia, 9 

24. Marietta College, Ohio, - 5 

Total, 718 



STATE FUNDS. 1G1 

PERMANENT FUNDS OF THE STATE. 

From the official Report of the Comptroller, it ap- 
pears, that the Funds of the State, on the 1st of April, 
1844, consisted of Bank Stocks, transferable and not 
transferable, or subscriptions to the capital of sundry- 
Banks, which may be withdrawn on giving six months 
notice, viz : 

BANK STOCK NOT TRANSFERABLE. 

Hartford Bank, 1484 shares at 100 dollars, $148,400 
Phoenix » 890 " 100 89,000 

New Haven " 274 " 200 54,800 

Middletown, " 593 " 100 59,300 

Farmers & Mechanics, 7 " 100 700 



$'352,200 

STOCK PURCHASED AND TRANSFERABLE. 

Hartford Bank, 144 shares, at $100 $14,400 
Phoenix « 296 100 29,600 

N. Haven, " 19 200 3,800 

47,800 

$400,000 



The amount of current expenses of the 
Government, - - - $72,780 91 

Contingencies, - - 7,456 26 

80,237 17 
Civil List funds in Treasury, - - 32,431 91 



$112,669 08 



Balance in the Treasury, Mar. 31, 1844, $32,431 91 



PENSION OFFICE. 

Connecticut Agency, Hartford. 

Horace Goodwin, 2d., Agent. 

Office in rear of Farmers and Mechanics Bank. 

11 



162 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



United States Calendar, 

Executive Government. 

JOHN TYLER, of Virginia, President. 

Salary $25,009 p er annum. 

, Vice President. 

Salary $5,000 per annum. 

[William H. Harrison having deceased the 4th of 
April, 1841, John Tyler, in accordance with the pro- 
vision of the Constitution of the United States, became 
President.] 

THE CABINET. Salary. 

John C. Calhoun, of S. Car., Secretary of State, $6,000 
George M. Bibb, of Ky., Secretary of Treasury, 6,000 
William Wilkins, of Penn., Secretary of War] 6,000 
John Y. Mason, of Vir., Secretary of Navy] 6.000 

Chas. A. Wickliffe, of Ky., Postmaster General, 6,000 
John Nelson, of Maryland, Attorney General, 4,000 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. <• 

George M. Bibb, Secretary, - - - _ $6,000 

James W. McCulloh, First Comptroller, - 3,500 

Albion K. Parris, Second Comptroller, - 3,000 

William Collins, First Auditor, - - - 3.000 

William B. Lewis, Second Auditor, - - 3,000 

Peter Hagner, Third Auditor, - - - 3,000 

Aaron O. Dayton, Fourth Auditor, - - 3,0OD 

Stephen Pleasanton. Fifth Auditor, - - 3,000 

William Selden, Treasurer, - 3,000 

Thomas L. Smith, Register, - - - 3,000 

Charles B. Penrose, Solicitor, - 3,500 

Thomas H. Blake, Com. Gen. Land Office, 3,000 

John Williamson, Rec. General Land Office, 2,000 

John M. Moore, Chief Clerk, - - - 1,800 

Henry L. Ellsworth, Commissioner of Patents, 3,000 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 163 

Salary. 

Robert M. Patterson, Director of the Mint, - 3,500 

Isaac Roach, Treasurer of the Mint, - - 2,000 
Joseph M. Kennedy, Superintendent of Branch 

Mint at New Orleans, - 2,500 
J. F. Cooper, Superintendent of Branch Mint at 

Dahlonega, Georgia, .... 2,000 
G. W. Caldwell, Superintendent of Branch Mint 

at Charlotte, North Carolina, - - - 2,000 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 

Charles A. WicklifFe, Postmaster General, $6,000 
Selah R. Hobbie, First Assistant P. M. G., Con- 
tract Office, 2.500 

J. W. Tyson, Second Assistant P. M. G., Ap- 
pointment Office, - 2,500 
John S. Skinner, Third Assistant P. M. G., In- 
spection Office, 2.500 

John Marron, Chief Clerk, - 2,000 

M. St. Clair Clarke, Auditor of the Treasury for 

the Post Office, 3,000 

P. G. Washington, Chief Clerk of the Auditors. 2,000 
E. T. Bridge, Mail Agent for New England. 



WAR DEPARTMENT. 

William Wilkins, Secretary. 

Bureau of Indian Affairs. 

T. H. Crawford, Commissioner. 

Pension Bureau. 

James L. Edwards, Commissioner. 

Head Quarters of the Army. 

Winfieid Scott, Major General Commanding. 

R. Jones, Brevet Brig, and Adj. General. 

I. Thomas, MajoV and Assistant. 

, Quarter Master's Bureau. 

T. S. Jessup, Brev. Maj. Gen. and Q,r. Master General. 



164 SENATORS. 

Subsistence Bureau. 

G. Gibson, Brev. Brig. Gen. Com. Gen. Sub. 

Pay Bureau. 

N. Towson, Brev. Brig. Gen. and Pay Master Gen. 

Medical and Surgical Bureau. 

Thomas Lawson, Surgeon General. 

Engineer Bureau. 

J. G. Totten, Colonel and Chief Engineer. 

Topographical Bureau. 

John J. Abert, Col. and Chief Topographical Engineer. 

Ordnance Bureau. - 

George Talcott, Lieut. Col. in charge of the Bureau. 



WESTPOINT ACADEMY. 

The number of Cadets admitted into the institution, 
since its establishment, by official statement, is 2942 ; of 
which have graduated 1206; resigned before graduation 
61 ; ^declined commissions 6 ; resigned 323 ; died in ser- 
vice 147: now in service 542 ; killed 11; disbanded 33. 

NAVY DEPARTMENT. 

JohnY. Mason, Secretary. 
Naval Bureaus. 
Lewis Warrington, Chief of Bu. of Docks and Yards. 
William M. Crane, do. do. Ordn. and Hydro. 
Charles Morris, do. do. Const, and Equip. 

William B. Shubrick, do. do. Prov. and Clothing. 
Thomas Harris, do. do. Medi. & Surg. In. 



LIST OF UNITED STATES SENATORS. 

The figures opposite the names of the Senators, denote 
the year when their respective terms will expire. 
Willie P. Mangum, of N. C, President of the Senate. 
Asbury Dickens, Secretary — Salary, $3,000. 





SEN 


ATORS. 


1G5 


MAINE. 

John Fairfield, 
George Evans, 


1840 

18-17 


SOUTH CAROLINA 

Daniel E. Huger, 
George McDuffie, 


1847 
1819 


NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Levi Woodbury, 
Chas. G. Atherton, 


1847 
1849 


GEORGIA. 

John M. Berrien, 
Walter T. Colquitt, 


1847 
1849 


VERMONT. ' 

Samuel Phelps, 
William C. Up ham, 


1845 

184-7 


ALABAMA. 

Dixon H. Lewis, 
Arthur P. Bagby, 


1847 
1849 


MASSACHUSETTS. 

Rufus C ho ate, 
Isaac C. Bates, 


1845 

1847 


MISSISSIPPI. 

John Henderson, 
Robert J. Walker, 


1845 

1847 


RHODE ISLAND. 

John Brown Francis, 
James F. Simmons, 


1845 

1847 


LOUISIANA. 

Alexander Barrow, 
Henry Johnson, 


1847 
1849 


CONNECTICUT. 

J. W. Huntington, 
John M. Niles, 


1851 

1849 


TENNESSEE. 

Ephraim H. Foster, 
Spencer Jarnagin, 


1845 

1847 


NEW YORK. 

Daniel S. Dickinson, 
Henry A. Foster, 


1815 
1849 


KENTUCKY. 

James T. Morehead, 
John J. Crittenden, 


1847 
1849 


NEW JERSEY. 

William Dayton, 
Jacob W. Miller, 


1845 

1847 


OHIO. 

Benjamin Tappan, 
William Allen, 


1845 
1847 


PENNSYLVANIA. 

Daniel W. Sturgeon, 
James Buchanan, 


1845 

1849 


INDIANA. 

Albert S. White, 
E. A. Hannegan, 


1845 
1849 


DELAWARE. 

Richard H. Bayard, 
Thomas Clayton, 


1845 

1847 


ILLINOIS. 

James Semple, 
Sidney Breese, 


1847 
1849 


MARYLAND. 

William D. Merrick, 
James Alfred Pearce, 


1845 

1849 


MISSOURI. 

Thomas H. Benton, 
David R. Atchison, 


1851 
1849 


VIRGINIA. 

William C. Rives, 
William S. Archer, 


1845 
1847 


ARKANSAS. 

Chester Ashley, 
A. H. Sevier, 


1847 
1849 


NORTH CAROLINA. 

Willie P. Mangum, 
Win, H. Haywood, jr 


1S47 
. 1849 


MICHIGAN. 

Augustus S. Porter, 
W. Woodbridge, 


1845 

1847 



166 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

John W. Jones, of Virginia, Speaker. 
Caleb J. McNulty, Clerk. 

Maine — 7. 
Joshua Herrick, Robert P. Dunlap, Luther Severance, 
Freeman H. Morse, Hannibal Hamlin, Carey Shepard, . 
one vacancy. 

New Hampshire. — 4. 
Edmund Burke, John R. Reding, John P. Hale, 
Moses Norris, jr. 

- Vermont.— i. 

Solomon Foote, Jacob Collamer, George P. Marsh, 
Paul Dillingham, jr. 

Massachusetts. — 10. 

Robert C. Winthrop, Daniel P. King, William Par- 
menter, Charles Hudson, John Gtuincy Adams, Henry 
Wiliiams, Joseph Grinnell, Amos Abbott, Osmyn Ba- 
ker, Julius Rockwell. 

Rhode Island. — 2. 
Henry Y. Cranston, Elisha R. Potter. 
Connecticut — 4. 

Thomas H. Seymour, John Stewart, George H. Cat- 
lin, Samuel Simons.- 

New York — 34. 
SelahB. Strong, Henry C. Murphy, J. Phillips Phoe- 
nix, William B. Maclay, Moses G. Leonard, Hamilton 
Fish, Joseph H. Anderson, Richard D. Davis, James G. 
Clinton, Jeremiah Russell, Zaclock Pratt, David L. Sey- 
mour, Daniel D. Barnard, Charles Rogers, Lemuel 
Stetson, Cheselden Ellis, Charles S. Benton, Preston 
King, Orville Hungerford, Jeremiah E. Carey, Smith 
M. Purdy, Orville Robinson, Horace Wheaton, George 
Rathbun, AmasaDana, Byram Green, Thomas J. Pat- 
terson, Charles H. Carroll, William S. Hubbell, Asher 
Tyler, William A. Moseley, Albert Smith, Washing- 
ton Huntj one vacancy. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 167 

New Jersey- — 5. 
Lucius Gl. C. Elmer, George Sykes, Isaac G. Farlee, 
Littleton Kirkpatrick, William Wright. 

Pennsylvania — 24. 
Edward J. Morris, Joseph R. Ingersoll, John T. 
Smith, Charles J. Ingersoll, Jacob S. Yost, Michael H. 
Jenks, Abraham R. Mcllvaine, Jeremiah Brown, John 
Ritter, Richard Broadhead, jr., Benjamin A. Bidlack, 
Almon H. Read, Alexander Ramsey, Henry Nes, 
James Black, James lrvin, Andrew Stewart, Henry 

Stewart, Henry D. Foster, John Dickey, Pollock, 

Samuel., Hays, Charles M. Reed, Joseph Buffington, 
one vacancy. 

Delaware- — 1. 

George B. Rodney. 

Maryland, — 6. 

F. Brengle, J. A. Preston, J. M. S. Causin, J. P. 
Kennedy, Thomas A. Spencer, J. Wethered. 

Virginia. — 15. 

Archibald Atkinson, George C. Dromgoole, Walter 
Coles, Edmund W. Hubard, John W. Jones, Willough- 
by Newton, Samuel Chilton, William F. Lucas, William 
Taylor, George W. Hopkins, George W. Summers, 
Lewis J. Steenrod, F. H. Bailey, A. A. Chapman, L. 
W. Goggin, v 

North Carolina — 9. 

Thomas J. Clingman, D. M. Barringer, David S. 
Reid, Edmund Deberry, R. M. Saunders, James J. 
M'Kay, J. R. J. Daniel, A. H. Arrington, Kenneth 
Rayner. 

South Carolina. — 7. 
James A. Black, Richard F. Simpson, Joseph A. 
Woodward, Artemus Burt, Isaac E. Holmes, R. Bam- 
well Rhett. 

Georgia. — 8. 
E. J. Black, H. A. Haralson, J. H. Lumpkin, Howell 



168 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Cobb, William H. Stiles, Alexander H. Stephens, A. 
H. Chappell, D. L. Clinch. 

Alabama. — 7. 
James Dellet, James E. Belser, W. W. Payne, G. 
S.Houston, Reuben Chapman, Felix G. M'Connell, 
William L. Yancey. 

Mississippi 4 . 

Jacob Thompson, William H, Hammet, Robert N. 
Robert, Tilghman M. Tucker. 

Louisiana. — 4. 

John Slidell, Alcee Labranche, John B. Dawson, 
Isaac E. Morse. 

Arkansas,— 1. 

Edward Cross. 

Missouri. — 5. 
James M. Hughes, Gustavus B. Bower, J. B. Bowlin, 
John Jameson, James H. Relf. 

Tennessee. — 11. 
Andrew Johnson, William T. Senter, Julius W. 
Blackwell, Alvan Cullom, George W. Jones, Aaron V. 
Brown, David W, Dickenson, James H. Peyton, Cave 
Johnson, John B. Ashe, Milton Brown. 

Kentucky. — 1 . 

Linn Boyd, Willis Green, Henry Grider, George A. 
Caldwell, James W. Stone, John White, William P. 
Thomasson, Garret Davis, Richard French, J. W. 
Tibbatts. 

Illinois. — 7. 
Robert Smith, John A. McClernand, Orlando B. 
Ficklin, John Went worth, Stephen A. Douglass, Joseph 
B. Hoge, J. J. Hardin. 

Indiana — 10. f 

Robert Dale Owen, Thomas J. Henley, Thomas 
Smith, Caleb B. Smith, William J. Brown, John W. 
Davis, Joseph A. Wright, JohnPettit, Samuel C. Sam- 
ple, Andrew Kennedy. 



JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 1G9 

Ohio.— 21. 

Alexander Duncan, John B. Weller, R. C. Schenck, 

Joseph Vance, Emery D, Potter, Henry St. John, J. J. 

McDowell, J. J. Van Metre, Elias Florence, Jacob 

Brinkerhoff, S. P. Vinton, T. B. Johnson, Alexander 

Harper, Joseph Morris, James Mathews, William C. 

McCauslen, Ezra Dean, Daniel R. Tilden, J. R. Gid- 

dings, Henry R. Brickerhoff, one vacancy. 

Michigan. — 3. 

Robert McClelland, Lucius Lyon, James B. Hunt. 

TERRITORIES. 

Florida* — 1 Delegate. 
David Levy. 

Wisconsin. — 1 Delegate. 

Henry Dodge. 

Iowa. — 1 Delegate. 
Augustus C. Dodge. 

OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE. 

Caleb J. McNulty, Clerk —salary $3,000. 
Newton Lane, Sergeant-at-Arms, 1,500. 
Jesse E. Dow, Door Keeper, 1,500. 



JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 

Supreme Court of the United States. 
Held at Washington, on the 1st Monday in December, 

annually. 
Roger B. Taney, Chief Justice, 
Joseph Story, Asso. Justice, 
John McLean, do. 

James M. Wayne, do. 
Peter Y. Daniel, do. 

John Catron, £ do. 

John McKinley, do. 

Two vacancies, 

John Nelson, Attorney General, 
Benjamin C. Howard, Reporter of Decisions, 
William T. Carroll, Clerk, 
Alexander Hunter, Marshall, Salary, Fees of office. ' 



- salary, 


$5,000 


do. 


4,500 


do. 


4,500 


do. 


4,500 


do. 


4,500 


do. 


4,500 


do. 


4,500 


do. 


4,000 


)ecisions, 


1,000 




1,000 



170 OFFICERS OF THE CUSTOMS* 

UNITED STATES COURTS IN CONNECTICUT. 

February, District — New Haven, 4th Tuesday. 
April, Circuit — New Haven, 4th Tuesday. 

May, District — Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 

August, District — New Haven, 4th Tuesday. 
September, Circuit — Hartford, 3d Tuesday. 
November, District — Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 



DISTRICT COURT OF CONNECTICUT. 

Andrew T. Judson, Judge ; Charles A. Ingersoll, 
Clerk ; Jonathan Stoddard, Attorney ; Benning Mann, 
Hartford, Marshall. 



OFFICERS OF THE CUSTOMS. 

New London — Gerard Carpenter, Collector ; Perry 
Douglass, Surveyor ; Henry Douglass, Inspector ; W. 
Faulkner, Inspector, Norwich. 

Stonington — Giles Hallam, Collector and Surveyor ; 
James Stanton, Inspector. 

Middletown — Philip Sage, Collector ; Leverett Hub- 
bard, Deputy ; Daniel Burrows, Surveyor and Inspec- 
tor and Public Storekeeper ; William Willard, Sur- 
veyor, Saybrook ; Penfield B. Goodsell, Surveyor, 
Hartford ; Epaphras Clark, Inspector, Middletown ; 
William Hayden, Inspector, Hartford ; Horace Still- 
man, Bushnell Kirtland, Inspectors, Saybrook. 

New Haven — Royal R. Hinman, Collector ; John 
T. Collins, Surveyor ; William H. Jones, Inspector, 
Weigher and Measurer ; Anson T. Colt, Eli Mix, In- 
spectors and Guagers ; John S. Mitchell, David Kim- 
berly, William Myers, Amos Baker, New Haven ; An- 
thony Stowe, Milford and Derby ; Richard Fowler, 
Madison and Guilford ; Daniel S. Redfield, Branford 
and Sachem's Head, Inspectors. 

Fairfield — Joseph Thompson, Collector. 



NAVY LIST. 171 

LIST OF NAVY OFFICERS. 

Captains.— James Barron, Charles Stewart, Jacob 
Jones, Cha's Morris, Lewis Warrington, William M. 
Crane, James Biddle, Cha's G. Ridgely, John Downes, 
Jesse D. Elliott, Stephen Cassin, Ja's Renshaw, Alex- 
ander S. Wadsworth, Geo. C. Read, Henry E. Ballard, 
Alexander J. Dallas, John B. Nicolson, Jesse Wilkin- 
son, T. Ap Catesby Joffes, Wm. Compton Bolton, VVm. 

B. Shubrick, Charles W. Morgan, Lawrence Kearny, 
Foxhall A. Parker, Edward R. McCall, Dan'l Turner, 
David Conner, Wm. M. Hunter, John D. Sloat, M. 

C. Perry, Cha's W. Skinner, John T. Newton, Jos. 
Smith, Lawrence Rousseau, George W. Storer, Fran- 
cis H. Gregory, Philip F. Voorhees, Benjamin Cooper, 
David Gcisinger, Robert F. Stockton, Isaac McKeever, 
John P. Zantzinger, William D. Salter, Charles S. Mc 
Cauley, Thomas M. Newell; Elie F. A. Lavallette, T. 
T. Webb, John Percival, John H. Aulick, William V. 
Tayloi-j Bladen Dulany, Silas H. Stringhain, Isaac 
Mayo, William Mervine, Thomas Crabb, Tho's Paine, 
James Armstrong, Joseph Srnoot, Samuel L. Breese, 
Benjamin Page, John Guinn, Thomas W. Wyman, 
Andrew Fitzhugh, William K. Latimer, Hiram Pauld- 
ing, Uriah P. Levy, Cha's Boarman, French Forrest. 

Commanders. — William Jamesson, Charles Gauntt, 
William Ramsay, Henry Henry, Sam'l W. Downing, 
Henry W. Ogden, Thomas A. Conover, Jahn C. Long, 
John H. Graham, James M. Mcintosh, Josiah Tatnall, 
Hugh N. Page, William. Inman, Stephen Champlin, 
Joel Abbot, Lewis E. Simonds, John M. Dale, Harri- 
son H. Cocke, William J. McCluney, John B. Mont- 
gomery, Horace B. Sawyer, Cornelius B. Stribling, 
Joshua R. Sands, John J. Young, Charles PI. Bell, 
Abraham Bigelow, Frederick Varnum, Jos. R. Jarvis, 
Thomas W. Freelon, Samuel W. Le Compte, Charles 
T. Piatt, Wm. M. Armstrong, Wm. F. Shields, Garret 
J. Pendergrast, William C. Nicholson, Jas. B. Cooper, 
E. W. Carpender, John L. Saunders, Joseph B. Hull, 
John Stone Paine, Joseph Morehead, Thomas Petigm, 
John S. Chauncey, Irvine Shubrick, John Kelly, E. 



172 MINISTERS ABROAD. 

Byrne, Wra. H. Gardner, David G. Farragut, R. S. 
Pinckney, S. B. Wilson, Edward C. Rutledge, Wm. 
S. Harris, Thomas A. Dornin, Robert B. Cunning- 
ham, James Glynn, Joseph Myers, William C. Wet- 
more, Thomas R. Gedney, John Rubier, Victor M. 
Randolph, Jacob Crowninshield, Fred'k Engle, John 
Rudd, Robert Ritchie, William W. McKean, Franklin 
Buchanan, Samuel Mercer, Charles Lowndes, L. M. 
Goldsborough, George N. Hollins, Duncan N. Ingra- 
ham, John Marston, Henry Bruce, Henry A. Adams, 
James D. Knight, Joseph Mattison, Wm. S. Walker, 
Alexander S. Mackenzie, George F. Pearson, James 
T. Gerry, John S. Nicholas, Samuel F. Du Pont, 
William L. Hudson, James P. Wilson, Geo. A. Ma- 
gruder, John Pope, Levin M. Powell, Charles Wilkes, 
Elisha Peck, Thomas J. Manning, William Pearson, 
William L. Howard, William P. Piercy, Richard A. 
Jones, Thomas J. Leib, Thomas O, Selfridge. 



MINISTERS ABROAD. 

Ministers Plenipotentiary. 
Great Britain — Edward Everett, Mass. ; London. 
France — William R. King, Ala. ; Paris. 
Russia — Charles S. Todd, Ky. ; St. Petersburg. 
Prussia — Henry Wheaton, R. I. ; Berlin. 
Austria — Daniel Jenifer, Md.; Vienna. 
Mexico — Wilson Shannon, O. ; Mexico. 
Brazil — Henry A. Wise, Vir. ; Rio Janeiro. 
Turkey — Dabney S. Cave, Ala. ; Constantinople. 
Spain— Washington Irving, N. Y. ; Madrid. 

Commissioners. 
China — Caleb Cushing, Mass. 
Sandwich Islands — George Brown, Mass. 

Charges d? Affaires. 
Netherlands — Christopher Hughes, Md. ; Hague. 
Belgium — Thomas G. Clemson ; Brussels. 
Sweden — George W. Lay, N. Y. ; Stockholm. 



PATENT OFFICE. 173 

Denmark — William W. Irwin, Pa. ; Copenhagen. 
New Grenada — William M. Blachford, Va. ; Bogota. 
Venezuela — Allen A. Hall, Tenn. ; Caraccas. 
Peru — James S. Pickett, Va. ; Lima. 
Texas — Tilghman A. Howard ; Washington. 
Two Cicilies — William Boulware, Va. ; Naples. 
Portugal — Abraham Rencher, N. C. ; Lisbon. 
Foreign Ministers accredited. 
From Great Britain, Thomas Packenham. France, 
M. Alph Pageot. Russia, Alex. Bodisco. Spain, A. 
Calderon de la Barea. Mexico, J. N. Almonte. Texas, 
I. VanZan dt. Prussia, Sieur d' Garolt. Denmark, M. 
Steen de Bilie. Sardinia, Ct. Colobiano. Brazil, J. 
Lisboa. Portugal, C. M. Figanier, Charge d'Affaires. 



PATENT OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES. 

SUMMARY, 

From the Report of the Commissioner, Jan. 31, 1844. 
Number of patents issued in 1843, - - 531 

Number which have expired, - - - 446 
Applications for patents, - - - 819 

Caveats filed, - - - - 315 

Whole number of patents issued, to Jan. 1844, 13,523 

RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 

Receipts for Patents, Caveats, Disclaimers, Improve. 

menis and certified copies, in the year 1843. 
Received for patents, caveats, &c, $33,913 53 
Received for office fees, 1,402 28 

35,315 81 

Repaid on withdrawals, 6,026 66 



$29,289 15 
Expenditures and payments made from the Patent 
Fund, by Henry L. Ellsworth, Commissioner, from 
January 1, to December 31, 1843, inclusive, under 
Act of March 3, 1839, - - - f 24,750 30 
Leaving a balance to the credit of the fund, $4)538 85 



174 



VESSELS OF WAR. 



VESSELS OF WAR OF THE U 


. S. NAVY; 






Ships of the Line. 






Guns. 




Guns. 


Franklin, 


74 


Alabama, 


74 


Washington, 


74 


Vermont, 


74 


Columbus, 


74 


Virginia, 


74 


Ohio, 


74 


Pennsylvania, 


120 


North Carolir 


a, 74 


New York, 


74 


Delaware, 


74 








Frigates, 


15/ Class. 




Independence 


, (razee) 54 


Sabine, 


44 


United States 


44 


Savannah, 


44 


Constitution, 


44 


Raritan, 


44 


Potomac, 


44 


Columbia, 


44 


Brandywine, 


44 


St. Lawrence, 


44 


Santee, 


44 


Congress, 


44 


Cumberland, 


44 








Frigates, 2d Class. 




Constellation, 


36 Macedonian, 
Sloops of War. 


36 


John Adams, 


20 


St. Mary's, 20 


Saratoga, 


22 


Boston, 


20 


Albany, 20 


Ontario, 


18 


Vincennes, 


20 


Portsmouth, 20 


Marion, 


16 


Warren, 


,20 


Germantown, 20 


Decatur, 


16 


Falmouth, 


20 


Plymouth, 20 


Preble, 


16 


Fairfield, 


20 


Jamestown, 20 


Yorktown, 


16 


Vandalia, 


20 


Cay an e, 20 


Dale, 


16 


St. Louis, 


20 


Levant, 20 








Brigs. 




Somers, 


10 


Lawrence, 


10 


Dolphin, 


10 


Truxton, 


10 


Porpoise, 


10 


Perry, 


10 


Bainbridge, 


10 








Schooners, 




Shark, 10 Enterprise, 10 1 Boxer, 10 Experiment, 4 




Steamers. 




Fulton, 


4 Poinsett, - Mississippi, 


10 


Union, 


- Princeton, - Michigan, 
Store Ships. 


— 


Relief, 6 


Eri< 


3, 8 ] 


liexingtoi 


), 8 Pioneer, - 



O'DEX. 



A. Page. 

Almanac, 5 

Academies, 164, 120 

Agricultural Societies, 125 



American Asylum, 
Athenaeum, 
Attorneys, Sheriffs, &c 

Hartford County, 

New Haven, 

New London, 

Fairfield, 

Windham, 

Litchfield, 

Middlesex, 

Tolland, 
B. 
Bible Societies, 
Banks, 
Baptist Ed. Soc. 



121 
123 

23 
28 
31 
36 
39 
42 
45 
48 



123-4 

99—111 

84 



Bishops, Episcopal, 82 

Boroughs, 98 — 9 

C. 

Cities, 95—7 

Colleges, 114 — 1 

Clergy, 75- 82 

Courts, U. S., 170 

Courts in Connecticut, 

[See Calendar pages.] 
Commis. on Roads, 51 
Bridges, 55 

Ferries, 56 

Railroads, 56^ 57 
Ack.Deeds,57— 8 
Convention, Epis., 83 



Conn. Government. 

Executive, 17 

Senators, 17 

Representatives, 18 

Judicial, 22 

Hartford County, 23 

New Haven, " 28 

New London, " 31 

Fairfield, « 36 

Windham, " 39 

Litchfield, « 42 

Middlesex, " 45 

Tolland, « 48 
D. 

Districts, Congressional, 49 

Senatorial, 50 
E. 

Electors of P. & V. P., 132 

Eclipses, 3 
F. 

Funds, State, 161. Sch. 127 

G. 

Governors of States, 133 

Graduates of Colleges, 166 
I. 

Insurance Comp's. 112 — 13 

Institutes. 

Theol. E.Windsor, 119 
Sufiield, ]20 

Young Men's Hartfd,123 
Young Men's, N. H., 123 
L. 

Lyceum, N. Haven, 1.24 



17b INDEX. 




M. 


Amer. Edu. Society, 


124 


Militia, 134—59 


Surveyors of Land, 


128 


N. 


State Prison, 


128 


Notaries Public, 59 


T. 




P. 


Town Officers, 68 


-74 


Pension Office, 161 


Table of Tides, 


4 


Postage, rates of, 66—7 


Distances, R. R., 


159 


Post Masters, 61—6 


V. 




Probate Courts. 68 


Votes for State Officers, 


R. 


129- 


.-132 


Retreat for the Insane, 122 


U. 




Rail Roads, 113—114 


U. S. Prop. Wash't'n, 


127 


S. 


U. S. Calendar. 




Societies, 


Exec. Department, 


163 


Sunday School, 84 


Courts, 170 


—71 


Missionary, 83 


Treasury, 


163 


Tract, 83 


Post Office, 


164 


Historical, 86 


War, 


164 


Medical, 86—94 


Navy, 165- 


-170 


Gen. Hospital, 85 


Senate, 


165 


Philological, 121 


Representatives, 


167 


Masonic, 125—26 


Judicial, 


170 


Odd Fellows, 126 


Customs, 


171 


Rechabites, 126 


Ministers Abroad, 


173 


Colonization, 84 


Foreign, resident, 


173 


Washingtonian, 124 
ADDI r 


Patent Office, 

noNS. 


173 



Notaries Public, — Francis Parsons, Hartford ; David 
S. Boardman, New Milford ; John S. Lester, New 
Haven ; Edward B. Cook, Solomon B. Minor, Water- 
bury ; Abraham Doolittle, Plymouth. 

Post Masters. — Ira R. Wildman, Danbury ; Benja- 
min F. States, Stonington ; Joseph P. Fitch, Wilton ; 
George Cabie, Westport; Edward Hill, Weston ; Da- 
vid Holt, Norfolk. 

Calvin Whitney, Deputy Sheriff, Ashford. 

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CONTAINING, ALSO, 

Ecclesiastical Lists, Town Officers, Corporate 

Institutions for Literary and Religious 

Purposes, Statistical Tables, 

AND A VARIETY OE 1 OTHER INTERESTING ARTICLES. 

No. 56. 



HARTFORD i 

PUBLISHED BY SAMUEL GREEN. 

SOLD BY ALL BOOKSELLERS IN THE STATE. 

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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1832, 

BY SAMUEL GREEN, 

in the Office of the Clerk of the District of Connecticut. 



• FOLSOM, PRINTER, 

Central Row, Hartford. 



ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1846. 

There will be but two eclipses this year, both 
of the Sim, in the following order : 

I. The first will be a visible eclipse of consi- 
derable magnitude, on Saturday, the 25th of 
April. The times, &c, for Hartford, are as 
follows : 

Begins, 11 C6 A. M. ) Mean 

Greatest Eclipse 23 P. M. > or 

Ends 1 48 P. M. ) Clock Time. 

Duration, 2. 42. Digits 7 upon Sun's South 
Limb. 

This eclipse is remarkable for the length of its 
continuance, as compared with its quantiy.- — 
Though much smaller than the great eclipse of 
May 26, 1854, it will yet continue 24 minutes 
longer than will that eclipse, because the appa- 
rent motions of the Sun and Moon in the smaller 
eclipse are nearly parallel to each other. In 
lat. 25° 21 ; N., long. 74° 31 / W., the sun will 
be centrally and totally eclipsed on the meridian. 

II. The second will be October 20th, at 2h. 
58m. morning, consequently invisible. 



THE PLANETS. 

Venus will be evening star until the 2d of 
March, thence morning star until Dec. 18, thence 
evening star to the end of the year. She will be 
most brilliant about the 26th of January, and the 
7th of April. 

Jupiter will appear conspicuously in the even- 
ings of the early and latter part of the year, par- 
ticularly about the 3d of December. 

Saturn may be favorably observed about the 
20th of August. Throughout the month of Feb- 
ruary, Mars and Jupiter will be in close prox- 
imity to each other, particularly on the 15th and 
16th of the month. 



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A TABLE 

Showing the difference of High Water at several 
places from New London. 

The sixth column of each monthly page shows the 
time of high water at New London, New York, Eliza- 
bethtown Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape Henlopen, Cock- 
spur in Georgia, and Brunswick, in North Carolina — to 
which if you add and substract as in the annexed table, 
you will have the time of high water at the following 
places. A. shows that the annexed quantity of time 
must be added — S. substracted — H. stands for hours — 
M. for minntcs 



NAMES OF PLACES. 


ii. 


M. 


NAMES OF PLACES. 


h . si. 


Amboy, 


S. 





45 


Nantucket, 


S. 


1 30 


Annapolis, Md. 


s. 


2 





Newburyport, 


A. 


2 45 


Annapolis, Novs 


. A. 


3 





New Haven, 


A. 


1 50 


Albany, 


A. 


G 


30 


New Providence, 


S. 


1 25 


Block Island, 


S. 


1 


1? 


Norwich Landing, A. 


45 


New Bedford, 


s. 


i 


12 


Penobscot, 


A. 


3 


Boston, 


A. 


1 


15 


Pensacola, 


S. 


1 


Cape Ann, 


A. 


2 


±5 


Philnrf°Tnhii 


A. 


4 20 




L il 1 1 i.l 1 v. 1 jj i i 1 d, 


Cape Fear, 


S. 


1 





Piscataway, 


A. 


2 40 


Casco Bay. 


A. 


2 


15 


Plymouth, 


A. 


1 45 


Charleston Bar, 


S. 


2 


20 


Port Royal, S.C. 


S. 


30 


Fairfield, 


A. 


2 





Portsmouth, 


A. 


2 45 


Frederica, 


S. 


1 





Providence, 


s. 


1 


Georgetown Bar 


, s. 


2 


20 


Quebec, 


A. 


3 


Guilford, 


A. 


1 


30 


Rhode Island, 


S. 


45 


Halifax, 


A. 


3 





Salem, 


A. 


2 45 


Hell Gate, 


A. 





3 J 


Sandy Hook, 


A. 


55 


Hartford, 


A. 


2 


20 


Savannah, 


S. 


1 12 


Huntington, 


A. 


2 





Saybrook, 


A. 


15 


Ipswich, 


A. 


2 45 


St. Augustine, B. 


s. 


1 25 


Jamestown, 


A. 


50 


St. Johns, Newf. 


A. 


3 


Louisburg, 


A. 


3 





Tybee Bar, 


A. 


15 


Main Ocean, 


S. 


45 


Williamsburg, Va 


A. 


2 15 


Mobile Point, 


A. 


6 





Wilmington, N. C 


A. 


2 15 



January has 31 days, beginning on Thursday. 



Fi 


rst Or. 4d. 9h.36m. m. 


LastQr. 20d. llh. 3m. m 


Full M.12d. 9h. l3m.M. 


New M.27d.4h.34m.M. 


m.|w.| Calendar, &c. | ©r. | ©s. |F.sea|r.(§* , 


J 


5 Earth perihelion 5 55 aft 


7 28 


4 32 38, 9 31 


2 


6 $ south 5 38 e 


7 27 


4 32 1 30.10 4: v 


3 


7; ? sets 8h. 32m. 


7 27 


4 33 2 20,11 51 


4 


S Z^south 7h e 


7 26,4 S 


I $ 9, morn. 


5 


2 P> sets 7 19. c. ® near 2/ 


7 26 4 34 


i 3 57 ( 1 l 


6 


3 Sirius rise 6 29 e 


7 25 4 34 


4 451 2 3 


7 


4 Regulus rise 8h o* 


7 25 


4 35 


5 34 3 4 


8 


5 ! 


7 24 


4 35 


6 23 4 


9 


6 d runs low 


7 24 


4 36 


7 12 4 54 


10 


1' 


7 23 


4 36 


8 1 5 44 


11 


S 1st Sunday after Epiph. 


7 22 


4 37 


8 47 


' 6 28 


12 


2 


7 21 


4 38 


9 34 


7 5 


13 


3 ! ) in Apogee 7*s so. 7 58 


7 21 


4 39 


10 19'rises. 


14 


4 


7 20 


4 39 


11 2 6 18 


15 


5 


7 19 


4 41 


11 44 7 20 


16 


6 


7 18 4 42 


morn.j 8 13 


17 


7 


7 18|4 42 


27, 9 10 


18 


ft $ gr.elong.W, 2 S.aft .Ep, 


7 174 43 


1 1110 8 


19 


2 Capella so. 8 59 e 


7 16 4 44 


1 55 11 7 


20 


3 ^so. 6 1 e 


7 154 45 


2 42 morn. 


21 


4 


7 144 46 


3 33 10 


22 


5 


7 1314 47 


4 26 


1 13 


23 


8 


7 12i4 48 


5 23 


2 19 


24 


TiAldebaran so. 8h. e. 


7 11|4 49 


6 23' 3 24 


25. 


S'^d after Epiphany. 


7 1014 50 


7 25 


4 2: 


26 


2 3) in perigee. $ gr. brill- 


7 94 51 


8 26 


5 24 


27 


3 High tides 


r 8|4 52 


9 27 


6 18 


28^ 


1 ?sels 8h. 30m. 


1 74 53 


10 23 


7 13 


29 . 


5 ®near ? 


r 6 4 54 


11 18 


8 24 


30 1 




7 514 55 


ift.lO 


9 38 


31 ' 


? J so. 4 52 e 7 44 56| 


1 1;10 46 



CALENDAR OF THE COURTS 

IN CONNECTICUT— ARRANGED MONTHLY. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Hartford, last Tuesday. At New Haven and 
Brooklyn, 4th Tuesday. 





February has 28 days, bes 


inning on 


Sunday. 


First Qr. 3d. Oh. 22 m. m. 


List Qr.L^d. llli. 54m. e. 


Full M. lid. 46. 23m. m. 


New M. 251. 2h. 43m. e. 


m.|w.| Calendar, &c. 


I©-- 


(v}s.|F.3ea.|r.(§s. 


J 


<b 


4th Sunday after Epiph | 


7 3 


4 56 


1 52 


11 51 


S 


2 


Purification b. v. Mary 


7 2 


4 58 


2 41 


morn. 


3 


3 


$ sets 8h 20m due w. 


7 1 


4 59 


3 31 


53 


4 


4 




6 59 


5 1 


4 19 


1 53 


5 


5 




6 57 


5 3 


5 9 


2 48 


6 


6 




6 56 


5 4 


5 57 


3 38 


7 


7 




6 55 


5 5 


6 44 


4 24 


8 


S 


Septuagessima Sunday 


6 54 


5 


7 31 


5 5 


9 


o 


) apogee. 


6 53 


5 7 


8 16 


5 41 


10 


8 


K6® 


6 51 


5 9 


9 1 


6 14 


11 


4 




6 50 


5 10 


9 44 


rises. 


12 


5 


Ra f her high tides 


6 49 


5 11 


10 27 


7 6 


13 


6 




6 48 


5 12 


11 10 


8 5 


14 


7 


Valentine ? sets7 42 


6 46 


5 14 


11 54 


9 5 


15 


S 


Sexagessima Sunday 


6 45 


5 15 


morn. 


10 6 


16 


2 


(|Dnear Spica 4lm.morn 


6 44 


5 16 


39 


11 9 


17 


3 




6 43 


5 17 


1 28 


morn. 


10 


4 


Rigel so. 7 e 


6 41 


5 19 


2 19 


12 


19 


5 




6 40 


5 20 


3 12 


1 15 


20 







6 38 


5 22 


4 9 


2 17 


21 


7 




6 37 


5 23 


5 8 


3 14 


22 


•S' 


Quinquagesima Sunday 


6 36 


5 24 


6 8 


4 7 


23 


2 




6 34 


5 26 


7 7 


4 54 


24 


a 


@ Perigee 


6 33 


5 27 


8 4 


5 36 


25 


4 


1 AshWednes. 1st dayLent 


6 32 


5 28 


9 1 


sets. 


26 


5 


Dog star so. 8h e 


6 30 


5 30 


9 55 


7 10 


27 


6 




6 29 


5 31 


10 47 


8 22 


28 


7 






6 28 


5 32 


11 42 


9 3i 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

M Litchfield, 3d Tuesday. Middletown, 4th 
do. Fairfield 2d do. 



COUiVTY COURTS. 

At New London, [a] 2d Tuesday. 



March has 31 days, beginning on Sunday. 



First Qr. 4d. 5h. 34m. e. 
Full Moon I2d. lOh. Om. e. 



LastQr. 20<1. 9h. 9m. m. 
NewMoon 27d- lh.lm. m , 



M.fw.| Calendar, &c. 



|©r.l©s-|F.seajr.C 



1 


tflst S. in Lent (§}near Z(9h 


6 26 


5 


34 


31 


10 39 


% 


2,'lnf.dO? fc 


6 25 


5 


85 


1 23 


11 42 


3 


3 


Arcturus r. 8h e 


6 23 


5 


37 


2 13 


morn. 


4 


4 




6 22 


5 


38 


3 4 


38 


5 


5 


Low tides 


6 21 


5 


39 


3 53 


1 32 


6 


6 


Dog star so. 7 30 e 


6 19 


5 


41 


4 40 


2 19 


7 


7 


Daybreak 4h. 40ra. 


6 18 


5 


42 


5 27 


3 2 


8 


£2d S. in Lent ) apog. 


6 16 


5 


44 


6 13 


3 39 


9 


2 




6 15 


5 


45 


6 57 


4 15 


10 


3 




6 14 


5 


46 


7 41 


4 46 


11 


4 




6 12 


5 


48 


8 25 


5 15 


12 


5 




6 11 


5 


49 


9 8 


rises. 


13 


6 




6 10 


5 


50 


9 53 


6 56 


14 


7 




6 8 


5 


52 


10 38 


7 56 


IS 


S3d Sunday in Lent. 


6 7 


5 


53 


11 26 


8 57 


16 


2 




6 5 


5 


55 


rnorn. 


10 


17 


3 




6 4 


5 


56 


16 


U 3 


IS 


4 




6 3 


5 


57 


1 9 


morn. 


19 


5 




6 1 


5 


59 


2 3 


4 


20 


6 




6 


6 





3 


1 1 


21 


7 




5 58 


6 


2 


3 57 


1 55 


22 


&4th Sunday in Lent 


5 57 


6 


3 


4 53 


2 43 


23 


2 




5 56 


6 


4 


5 51 


3 27 


24 


3 


T) perigee 


5 54 


6 


6 


6 46 


4 4 


25 


4 Annunciation B. V. M. 


5 53 


6 


7 


7 40 


4 40 


26 


5 High tides 


5 51 


6 


9 


8 42 


5 16 


27 


6 




5 50 


6 


10 


9 25 


sets. 


28 


7 




5 49 


6 


11 


10 17 


8 16 


29 


£ 5th Sunday in Lent. 


5 47 


6 


13,11 10 9 23 


30 


2: 


5 46 


8 


14 aft. 2 10 25 


31 3 1 


5 45 


6 


15| 54 11 20 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

At Norwich, 3d Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, 1st Tuesday. At New Haven, 3d 
do. At Hartford, 4th do. At Tolland, 4tb do. 



April has 30 days, beginning on Wednesday. 



First Qr. 3d. Oh. 23m. e. 
Full M. lid. In. 6m> e. 



Last Qr. 18d. 3h. 35m. e. 
New M. 25d. 12h. noon. 



M. w.| Calendar, &c. |{v)r. | ©s.|F.sea.|r.(§s. 



$ set 10 55 e 
? rises 4h. m 



2(set 9he 



Low tides 

Sunday bef. Easter (§apo. 
Elector's Meet, in Conn. 
$ very brilliant 

T? rises 3h. 40.m. 

Good Friday 

Easter eve, 40th day Lent 

Easter Sunday 

If set 8h. 29 e 

O und clock even. 



list Sunday after Easter. 
' 3 perigee. 

Regulus so. 8h. e 

rather high tides 
]{& eclipsed, visible 
2d Sunday after Easter 



£set 10b. 33m. e. 
2 rises 3h. 15m. e. 



1 45 


2 34 


3 21 


4 8 


4 54 


5 37 


6 20 


7 3 


7 47 


8 32 


9 21 


10 11 


11 4 


11 59 


morn, 


55 


1 52 


2 49 


3 45 


4 39 


5 31 


6 22 


7 14 


8 5 


8 57 


9 49 


10 41 


11 34 


aft 25 


1 15 



morn, 
12 
58 



38 
J3 
45 
15 
43 
11 
40 



rises. 
7 56 
9 

10 3 

11 2 
11 57 
morn. 

45 



28 
7 
42 
16 
49 
23 



10 2 

10 51 

11 34 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

At Tolland, 3d Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Haddam, Tuesday following first Monday. 
At Litchfield, 2d Tuesday. 



May Las 31 days, beginning on Friday. 



First Qr. 3d. 71). 3m. m. 


Last Qr.17d.8h. 38m. B. 


Ful 

M.|\\ 


1 Moon lid. Ih.l7m. m. 


New Moon 24d.llh.55m e. 


| Calendar, &c. |©r. |(v)fl.|F. seii|r.(§s. 


1|6 


jRe^ulus so. 7 26 e 


5 5 


6 55 


2 1 morn. 


27 


Tpri.2 10 m 


5 3 


6 57 


2 47 


11 


3\S 


;3d alter Easter. J) apog. 


5 2 


6 58 


3 31 


45 


412 


Very small tides 


5 1 


6 59 


4 15 


1 15 


53 


$ set 10 27 e 


5 


7 


4 57 


1 44 


6 4 




4 59 


7 i 


5 40 


2 12 


75 




4 57 


7 3 


6 25 


2 40 


8 


6 




4 56 


7 4 


7 12 


3 9 


a 


7 


? rises 3 2m due east 


4 55 


7 5 


8 2 


3 41 


10 


5 


4th aft.E. Arctur.so.llh e 


4 54 


7 6 


8 55 


4 17 


li 


2 




4 52 


7 8 


9 50 


rise. 


12 


3 


Spica so. lOh. e. 


4 52 


7 8 


10 48 


8 54 


13 


4 




4 51 


7 9 


11 47 


9 51 


14 


5 


U6m 


4 50 


7 10 


morn. 


10 43 


15 


6 


) perigee 


4 49 


7 11 


45 


11 29 


16 


7 




4 48 


7 12 


1 41 


morn. 


17 


A 


5th Sunday after Easter 


4 47 


7 13 


2 36 


9 


18 


2 




4 46 


7 14 


3 28 


45 


19 


3 




4 45 


7 15 


4 19 


1 18 


20 


4 




4 44 


7 j6 


5 9 


1 50 


21 


5 


Ascension of our Lord 


4 43 


7 17 


5 59 


2 23 


22 


6 




4 42 


7 18 


6 49 


2 57 


23 


7 




4 42 


7 18 


7 41 


3 34 


US 


Sunday after Asc. 


4 41 


7 19 


8 32 


sets. 


25 


2 




4 40 


7 20 


9 24 


7 52 


26 


3 




4 39 


7 21 


10 15 


8 43 


27 


4 


Venus r 2 40 m 


4 39 


7 21 


11 6 


9 29 


28 


5 


$ set lOh. e. 


4 38 


7 22 


11 54 


10 9 


29 


6 




4 38 


7 22 


aft. 40 


10 44 


30 


7 


dapo 


4 37 


7 23 


1 25 


11 16 


31 S\ Whitsunday T? ri. 20m. m 


4 37 


7 23 


2 9,11 45 



No Courts holden this month. 



June has 30 days, beginning on Monday 



First Qr.2d. Oh. 41m. m. 
Fall Moon 9d.10h.47m. m. 



LastQr. 16d. lh. 49 n 
New Moon, 23d. lh. 



w.|m| Calendar, &c. |® r.|®3.j: 



2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

9 
10 
14 

12 
13 

14 
15 
16 
IT 
18 
19 
£0 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



$ set 9h. 53m. e. 
Venus rises 2h. 33tn m 



Trinity Sunday 

Gen. Jackson died 1345 

High tides 

Feast St. Barnabas J) peri 

1st Sunday after Trinity 



2d af. Trinity, longest d 

Arcturus so. 8h e 
Nativ. St. John Baptist 
Antares so* lOh. e, 

^apogee 

3d Sunday after Trinity. 

Venus rise 2h. 8m. e. 



4 36 
4 36 
4 35 
4 34 
4 34 
4 33 
4 33 
4 32 
4 32 
4 32 



4 47 



8 43 

9 17 
9 47 

10 15 

10 43 

11 10 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 

At Hartford, 2d Tuesday. At Litchfield, 3d do. 

At Fairfield, [a] 4th do. At New Haven, 

Tuesday following 4th Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At New London, 2d Tuesday. N. Haven, 4th do. 



July has 31 days, beginning on Wednesday. 
First Qr. Id. 4h. 34m. e. I Last Qr. I5d. 8h.35m. m. 
Full Moon 8d. 6h. 22m e. Now Moon 23d. 3h.l4m. m. 







First Qr. 3 Id. 6h 


. 14m. m. 






Mtw.| Calendar, &c. 


@r. 


# s.|F. sea |r.(§)3. 


1 


4 


prises 2h. 14 m 


4 32 


7 28 


2 56 


11 39 


2 


5 


£ set 9h. f)near Spiea 


4 32 


7 28 


3 42 


morn. 


3 


6 


$ rise 2 7m 


4 32 


7 28 


4 30 


12 


4 


7 




4 33 


7 27 


5 22 


47 


5 


« 


4th Sunday after Trinity. 


4 33 


7 27 


6 17 


1 28 


6 


2 


? 6 '4 


4 33 


7 27 


7 15 


2 15 


T 


3 




4 34 


7 26 


8 15 


3 11 


8 


4 




4 34 


7 26 


9 16 


rises. 


9 


5 


High tides $) Perigee 


4 35 


7 25 


10 17 


8 


30 


6 


O Slow clock 5m. 


4 36 


7 24 


It 14 


8 42 


11 


7 




4 36 


7 24 


morn. 


9 20 


12 


& 


5th Sunday after Trinity 


4 37 


7 23 


9 


9 54 


13 


2 


Antares so. 8h. 49m. e 


4 38 


7 22 


1 2 


10 29 


14 3 




4 38 


7 22 


1 53 


11 3 


154 




4 39 


7 21 


2 44 


11 38 


16 


5 




4 40 


7 20 


3 34 


morn. 


17 


6 




4 40 


7 20 


4 25 


15 


IB 


7 




4 41 


7 19 


5 15 


55 


19 


5 


6th Sunday after Trinity 


4 42 


7 18 


6 6 


1 39 


20 


2 




4 43 


7 17 


6 56 


2 28 


21 


3 




4 43 


7 17 


7 45 


3 20 


22 


4 




4 44 


7 16 


8 32 


4 14 


23 


5 




4 45 


7 15 


9 18 


sets. 


2-1 


6 


5 


4 46 


7 14 


10 3 


7 50 


25 


7 


■® Apogee 


4 47 


7 13 


10 46 


8 20 


26 


S 


7th Sunday after Trin. 


4 48 


7 12 


11 28 


8 48 


27 


2 




4 49 


7 11 


aft. 10 


■9 15 


23 


3 


Merc. gr. elongation 


4 50 


7 10 


53 


9 42 


29 


4 


Venus rise 2h. 15 m 


4 51 


7 9 


1 37 


10 14 


30 


5 


$ sets 8h. 


4 52 


7 8] 2 2310 46 


31 


6 


'll rises Oh. 36 m 


4 53 


7 7 


! 3 11 


111 23 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 

At Haddam, [a] 2d Tuesday. At Norwich, [a] 

3d Tuesday. At Brooklyn, 4th do. 

At Tolland, Tuesday after the 4th do. 



August has 31 days, beginning on Saturday. 



Full Moon 7d. lb. 10m. m. 
Last Qr. 13d. 6h. 3m. e. 



New Moon 2ld. 6b.. 36m. e. 
First Qr. 29d. 5h. 29m. e. 



n| 


w 


Calendar. &c. 


|©r. 


|<y)s- 


F.sea 


|r.®s« 


1 


7 [Venus rises 2h. UO m m 


4 54i7 6 4 3 morn. 


2 


S3th af. Trin. ©slo.cl- 6m|4 55J7 5 


4 59 


7 


3 


2 




4 36,7 4 


5 57 


57 


4 


3 




4 57 


7 3 


6 57 


1 56 


5 


4 




4 58 


7 2 


7 57 


3 2 


6 


5 




4 59 


7 1 


8 57 


4 14 


7 


6 


) Perigee. 


5 


7 


9 54 


rise. 


8 


7 


High tides 


5 1 


6 59 


10 50 


7 52 


9 


£ 9th Sunday after Trin. 


5 2 


6 58 


11 44 


8 27 


10 


2 




5 4 6 56 


morn. 


9 2 


11 


3 


Ifrise midnight 


5 5 6 55 


37 


9 37 


12 


4 




5 6 6 54 


1 29 


10 15 


13 


5 


Vega so. 9h 


5 7 6 53 


2 20 


10 55 


U 


7 




5 86 52 


3 12 


11 39 


15 


6 




5 9 6 51 


4 3 morn. 


16 


5 


10th Sunday after Trinity 


5 1Q6 50 


4 53 


26 


17 


2 




5 12 6 48 


5 42 


1 17 


18 


3 




5 13 6 47 


6 30 


2 10 


19 


4 




5 14 6 46 


7 16 


3 5 


20 


5 


h $p 


5 16 6 44 


8 


4 1 


21 


6 


^apogee Qslow 3m 


5 17 6 43 


8 44 


sets. 


22 


7 




5 18 6 42 


9 28 


6 51 


23 


S Hth Sund. after Trinity. 


5 196 41 


10 9 


7 19 


24 


2 Feast of St. Bartholomew 


5 216 39 


10 52 


7 47 


25 


3 Sun slo. lm. 


5 22 6 38 


11 36 


8 15 


26 


4 




5 236 37 


aft. 20 


8 46 


27 


5 




5 25 6 35 


1 7 


9 20 


28 


6 




5 26,6 34 


1 57 


10 


29 


7 




5 27,6 33 


2 48 


10 45 


30 


S 


12th Sund. after Trinity. 


5 28 6 32 


3 44 


11 38 


31 


2 


Venus r. 3h 9m m 


5 30 6 30 


4 41 


morn. 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 3d Tuesdav. At Haddam, 4th do. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Hartford, Brooklyn, and Danbury, 2d Tues- 
day. At 'Tolland, 4th do, 



September, lias 30 days, beginning on Tuesday. 



Full Moon 5d.8h.27m: M. 


NewMoon SOd.llh. 45m. m c 


Last Qr. I2d. 6h. 53m. m. 


First Qr.28J.2h.f37m. m. 


M. 


j¥.| Calendar, &c. | (yr. |{v)s. | Fuji s.|r.$)s. 


113 11 rises lOh. 47 e 


5 31 


6 29 


5 40 39 


m\ 


5 32 


6 28 


6 38 1 46 


3'5 (v) fast clock lm. 


5 33 


6 27 


7 36 2 58 


46 j b 6 ) D perigee 


5 35 


6 25 


8 33' 4 13 


5(7 very high tides 


5 36 


6 24 


9 28 rises. 


6 ! S 


.13th aft.Trin. ? r. 3 23 m 


5 38 


6 22 


10 23 1 6 58 


7!2 




5 39 


6 21 


11 13 7 34 


813 




5 40 


6 20 


morn. 8 12 


94 




5 41 


6 19 


11 8 53 


105 




5 42 


6 18 


1 4 9 36 


116 




5 44 


6 16 


1 5610 22 


127 




5 46 


e 14 


2 48n 12 


I3S 


14th after Trinity. 


5 47 


6 13 


3 38 morn. 


14 ! 2 




5 48 


6 12 


4 26' 5 


153 


Vega so. 7h. e 


5 19 


6 11 


5 13 1 i 


164 




5 51 


6 9 


6 1 56 


175 


(£ in apogee. 


5 52 


6 8 


6 42' 2 52 


186 




5 54 


6 6 


7 25^ 3 49 


19 ! 7 




5 55 


6 5 


8 8 4 46 


20'S 


15th after Trinity. 


5 56 


6 4 


8 51 sets. 


212 


0fast 7m. 


5 58 


6 2 


9 35| 6 12 


22'3 




5 59 6 1 


10 19 6 52 


234 


Autumn begins. © ent.=£= 


6 


5 59 


11 61 7 26 


24.15 




6 2 


5 58 


11 54 1 8 3 


25J6 




6 3 


5 57 


aft.45 8 47 


267 




6 4 


5 56 


1 38 9 36 


27 S 


16th after Trinity 


6 6 


5 54 


2 33 10 32 


28 


2 




6 7 


5 53 


3 2911 35 


29 


3 


2 rise 4h. 16m. m 


6 9 


5 51 


4 25 morn. 


30 4 prises 9h. 


6 10 5 50' 5 21 42 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Norwich, 2d Tuesday. At Hartford, 4th do. 





October has 31 days, beginning 


■ on Thursd 


?JV 


Full Moon 4d.5h. 17m. e. 


NewMoon 20d. 2h.55m. m. 


LastQr.lld. Ilh.l8m. e. 


First Qr.27d. 10h-21m. m. 


m|w 


Calendar, &c. ]#ri.l #s.|F.sea.lr.(§)s. 


l!5 


If rise 8 55 e 


6 12 


5 48 


6 15 


1 53 


2 


6 




6 13 


5 47 


7 10 


3 6 


3 


7 


^ so. 9h. Q in Perigee. 


6 16 


5 45 


8 6 


4 20 


4 


S 


17th af.Trinity. very high 


6 16 


5 44 


9 1 


rises. 


5 


2 


Hersshel § © tides 


6 17 


5 43 


9 55 


6 3 


6 


3 


Fomalhaut so. lOh. 1 


6 19 


5 41 


10 50 


6 44 


7 


4 


ARair so. 6h. 51 


6 20 


5 40 


11 45 


7 27 


8 


5 




6 21 


5 39 


morn. 


8 14 


9 


6 




6 23 


5 37 


38 


9 3 


10 


7 


-fast of clock 13m. 


6 24 


5 36 


1 30 


9 57 


U 


S 


18th after Trinity, 


6 26 


5 34 


2 21 


10 52 


12 


2 




6 27 


5 33 


3 8 


11 48 


13 


3 




6 23 


5 32 


3 54 


morn. 


14 


4 




6 30 


5 30 


4 38 


44 


15 


5 


(§ apogee 


6 31 


5 29 


5 22 


1 41 


16 







6 32 


5 28 


6 4 


2 38 


17 


7 




6 33 


5 27 


6 48 


3 36 


18 


S 


19th aft. Trinity. ^so.8h 


6 35 


5 25 


7 31 


4 34 


19|2 




6 36 


5 24 


8 16 


5 34 


20,3 


Sun eclipsed invis. $ d $ 


6 38 


5 22 


9 2 


sets. 


214 


rather high tides 


6 39 


5 21 


9 50 


6 5 


225 




6 40 


5 20 


10 41 


6 47 


236 




6 42 


5 18 


11 34 


7 34 


24 7 




6 43 


5 17 


aft.29 


8 30 


25 


s 


20th Sund. after Trinity. 


6 44 


5 16 


1 24 


9 30 


2J6 


2 




6 45 


5 15 


2 20 


10 33 


"27 


3 


Sun fast 16m 


6 47 


5 14 


3 14 


11 40 


28 


; 




6 48 


5 13 


4 8 


morn 


89 


5 




6 49 


5 11 


5 2 


50 


SO 


6 

7 


2(ri.7h (fPeri. 


6 51 
6 52 


5 9 

5 8 


5 55 


1 59 


31 






6 47 


3 10 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, 1st Tuesday. At New-Haven, 2d 
do. At Danbury, 1st do. At Tolland, 3d do. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 2d Tuesday. Middletown, 3d do. 



November has 30 days, beginning on Sunday. 



Full Moon 3d. 4h. 22m. m. 
Last Qr. lOd. 6h. 55m. e. 



7|7 
8|S 
92 
103 
ll<4 
12,5 
136 
147 
15!S 
162 
173 
184 

n\s 

20 



w.| Calendar, &c. 

£ 21st aft/f rTnTo foei l€ra, 

2 fp so. 7h. 

3 

4 

Altair so. 5h. 

Fomalhaut so. 8h. 

22d Sunday after Trini. 



New Moon ]8d. Gh.llmE. 
First Qr. 25d. 5h. 42m. e. 



<y)r,| #s.|F ,sea.|r.(§g. 
4" 



) in apogee 

very small tides 



23d Sunday after Trinity 
Sun fast 15m 

? &m 

rather high tides 
24lh aft.Trin. $ gr. elon. 



C Peri. 



Advent Sunday 
Sun fast 11m-* 



6 53 
6 54 
6 55 
6 57 
6 58 
6 59 




7 40 

8 35 

9 29 

10 24 

11 17 
morn. 

10 




48 
54 
17 


42 
25 

9 
54 
43 

8 34 

9 27 



46 10 22 
4 45|11 19 



4 44 
4 43 
4 42 
4 41 
4 41 
4 40 
4 39 
4 38 
4 38 



aft. 15 

1 11 

2 5 

2 58 

3 49 

4 40 

5 31 

6 24 



21 

5 32 
rises. 

6 2 
652 

7 44 

8 40 

9 36 

10 33 

11 30 
morn. 

26 

1 22 

2 19 

3 18 

4 18 

5 20 
sets^ 

5 29 

6 23 

7 21 

8 25 

9 31 

10 40 

11 50 
morn. 

1 

2 8 

3 17 



7 181 4 25 



COUNTY COURTS. 

At Hartford, 2d Tuesday. At Norwich, 2d do. 
At New Haven, 4th do. 



December has 31 days, beginning on Tuesday, 



Full M.2d. 6h. Om. e. 


New M. I8d. 7h. 53m. m. 


LastQ. 10d.4h.27m. e. 


First Qr. 25d. lh. 47in. m, 


m.|w.| Calendar, &c. |O r - | <^s.|F.sea.ir.(p s. 


1(3 




7 23 


4 37 


8 11 


5 30 


2;4 


) near 1(7 35 e 


7 24 


4 36 


9 5 


rises. 


35 


11 $ Sun Dog * r. 9h e 


7 24 


4 36 


9 58 


5 31 


46 


Fornalhaut so. 6h 6 e 


7 25 


4 35 10 50 


6 26 


J? 


Sun fast 9 m 


7 25 


4 35 U 40 


7 23 


6S 


2d Sunday in Advent. 


7 26 


4 34 morn. 


8 20 


72 




7 26 


4 34 


26 


9 18 


83 




7 27 


4 33 


1 12 


10 15 


94 


]) Apogee 


7 26 


4 33 


1 55 


11 12 


105 


f? so. 4h. 37 e 


7 28 


4 32 2 38 


morn. 


n\6 




7 28 


4 32 


3 20i 8 


im 




7 29 


4 31 


4 3 15 


13 ! S 


3d Sunday in Advent 


7 29 


4 31 


4 47| 2 4 


14 2 


Sun fast 5m 


7 29 


4 31 


5 32 


3 6 


153 




7 29 


4 31 


6 22 


4 7 


16J4 




7 30 


4 30i 7 14 


5 10 


17,5 




7 30 


4 30 1 8 9 


6 11 


18 6 




7 30 


4 30; 9 6 


sets. 


I9i7 


Rather high tides 


7 30 


4 30.10 5 


6 13 


so; s 


4th Sunday in Advent 


7 30 


4 30 11 4 7 22 


212 


) Peri. 


7 30 


4 30 11 59; 8 33 


22.3 




7 30 


4 30'aft.54| 9 44 


23j4 




7 30 


4 30 1 46:10 54 


245 


Sun and clock even 


7 30 


4 30| 2 38 


midn. 


25,6 


Christmas Day. 


7 30 


4 30| 3 29 


morn. 


26,7 


St. Stephen. 


7 29 


4 31 1 4 20 


1 8 


278 


St. John, Ev. 


7 29 


4 31 


5 11 


2 14 


282 


Holy Innocents 


7 29 


4 31 


6 4 


3 20 


29]3 
304 




7 29 


4 31 


6 57 


4 23 


7 28 


4 32 


7 49 


5 21 


315 


7 28 


4 32 


8 41 


6 15 



COUNTY COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, 2d Tuesdav. Litchfield, 3d do. 
At Tolland, 4th do. At Fairfield, 2d do. 



GOVERNMENT OF CONNECTICUT. 



Executive Department. 

ROGER SHERMAN BALDWIN, Governor, 

Salary $1100. 

REUBEN BOOTH, Lieutenant Governor. 

Salary fc'.flX). 

JOSEPH B. GILBERT, Treasurer. 

Salary $1000. 

DANIEL P. TYLER, Secretary. 

Salary $^'4 and Fees of Office. 

ABIJAH CARRINGTON, Comptroller of Pub. AccHs. 

Salary $1000. 

SETH P. BEERS, Commissioner of the School Fund. 

Salary $1250. 

ELIPHALGT A. BULKLEY, Assistant. 

Salary $1000. 

EDWARD L. BALDWIN, Executive Secretary. 

PHILIP RIPLEY, > . 7 .' 

HARVEY SEYMOUR, 



Legislative Department 




SENATORS. 


District N 


0.1. 


Isaac W. Stuart. 


n 


2. 


John W. Sioughton. 


It 


3. 


Richard Bacon. 


It 


4. 


Aaron N. Skinner. m 


(I 


5. 


Selah Strong. 


it 


6. 


John R. Wilcox. 


ii 


7. 


Albert Latham. 


a 


8. 


Dudley R. Wheeler. 


tt 


9. 


Edward R. Warren. 


tt 


ior. 


Allison A. Pettengill. 


ti 


H. 


Frederick Edwards. 


a 


12. 


Darius Mead. 



16 



SENATORS- 


— REPRESENTATIV 


M 


13. 


Elisha Potter. 


II 


14. 


William Lyon, 3d. 


II 


15. 


William Beebe. 


II 


16. 


Leman W. Cutler. 


(( 


17. 


Philo Kellogg. 


II 


18. 


Seth L. Childs. 


II 


19. 


Friend Dickinson. 


(( 


20. 


Sturges Bulkley. 


(« 


21. 


Thomas Clark. 



Nelson L. White, Secretary. 

Chester Adams, Messenger. 

Nathan M Waterman, Assistant Messenger. 

William Russell, Door Keeper. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

WILLIAM W. BOARDMAN, Speaker. 

James H. Holcomb, Clerk. 

William N. Bowers, Assistant Clerk. 

HARTFORD COUNTY- 

Hartford, Thomas C. Perkins, Ezra S. Hamilton. 

Avon, Carlos C. Day. 

Berlin, Joseph Booth, Jr., William F. Raymond. 

Bloomfield, George Newbury. 

Bristol, Irenus Atkins. 

Burlington, Ezekiel D. Bryant. 

Canton, Uriah Hosford. 

East Hartford. No choice. 

East Windsor, Asahel C. Stiles, Theodore Elmer. 

Enfield, William E. Dixon, Joseph P. Converse. 

Farmington, Harmanus M. Welch, Adna Whiting. 

Glastenbury, Thaddeus Welles, Daniel H. Stevens. 

Granby, George Hayes, Carlos Bates. 

Hartland, Asa Bushnell, Jr., Amos H. Cowdry. 

Marlborough, Oliver Northam. 

Manchester, Aaron Cook. 

Simsbury, George W. San ford, John C. Tuller, 

Southingion, Jesse Olney, Isaac Shepard, 

Rocky Hill, Benjamin G. Webb. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 19 

Suflield, Horace Sheldon, Isaac Warner. 
Wethersfield, Ashbel Robertson, Martin Kellogg. 
Windsor, Nathaniel R. Alvord, Horace Birge. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

New Haven, William W. Boardman, Levi Gilbert, 2d 

Bethany, Joseph N. Stoddard. 

Branford, Levi Bradley. 

Cheshire, Ransom Johnson, Benjamin A. Jarvis. 

Derby, Albert J. Steele. 

East Haven. Wyllys Hemingway. 

Guilford. No choice. 

Hamden, Ezra Ailing, 2d. 

Meriden. No choice. 

Madison, ErastusC. Scranton, 

Middlebury, Joseph P. Piatt. 

Milford, William Gienney, John Burns, Jr. 

Naugatuck, George L. Smith. 

North Branford, William M. Fowler. 

North Haven, Ezra Stiles. 

Orange, Lucius Stevens. 

Oxford. No choice. 

Prospect, Ransom R. Russell. 

Southbury, Titus Pierce. 

Wallingrbrd, William Todd, Israel Harrison. 

Waterbury, Green Kendrick, David W. Austin. 

Wolcott, Sheldon Welton. 

Woodbridge, James J. Baldwin. 

NEW LONDON COUNTT. 

New London. No choice. 

Norwich, Henry Strong, Charles W. Rockwell. 

Bozrah, William Bough. 

Colchester, Frederick Morgan, Aaron E. Emmons. 

East Lyme. No choice. 

Franklin. No choice. 

Gr is wo Id, Hezekiah L. Morgan. 

Groton, Caleb M. Williams, Elisha Morgan. 

Lebanon, Roswell Babcock, Charles D. Strong. 

Ledyard, Seabury Thomas. 

Lisbon. Thomas M. Jewett. 



20 REPRESENTATIVES. 

Lyme, Charles C. Griswold, William Spencer. 

Montville, John B. Rogers. 

North Stonington, Allen Wheeler, William B. Hull. 

Preston. Avery Browning, Stanton Hewit. 

Salem, David G. Patten. 

Stonington, Benjamin F. Palmer. Oliver B.Grant. 

Waterford, Daniel Deshon. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY 

Fairfield, George Peck, Jonathan Godfrey. 

Danbury, Edgar S. Tweedy, Starr Hoyt. 

Bridgeport, Dwight Morris. 

Brookfield. No choice. 

Darien, Gilbert G. Waterbury. 

Greenwich. No choice. 

Huntington, Lemuel Beardslee. 

Monroe, Cyrus H. Beardsley. 

New Canaan. No choice. 

New Fairfield, Dan Bail. 

Newtown, Charles Peck, David Sanford. 

Norwalk, Algernon E. Beard, William S. Lockwood. 

Redding, Peter S. Coley, Aaron R. Bartram. 

Ridgefield, Harvey Smith, Hezekiah Scott. 

Sherman, Willis Bnggs. 

{Stamford, Selleck Scofield, Royal L. Gay. 

Stratford, Gould Blakeman. 

Trumbull, Ephraim T. Edwards. 

"Weston, Aaron L. Sanford, David Patchen. 

Westport, Eliphalet Swift. 

Wilton, Samuel Scott. 

, WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn, George Martin. 

Ash ford, Jafed D. Richmond, David Wright. 

Canterbury, John M. Francis, Lucius Carter. 

Chaplin, Eras t us Martin 

Hampton, Elijah Greenslit. 

Killinirly, Joseph Adams, Abiel Converse. 

Plainfield, Joseph Hutchius, George Kenyon. 

Pom fret, Lemuel. Holmes, George S. Ingalls. 

Sterling, Nathaniel Gallup. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 21 

Thompson, Erastus Knight, Horace Seamans. 
Voluntown, Benjamin Gallup, 2d. 
Windham, Alfred A. Burnham, William B. Frink. 
Woodstock. No choice. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield, Charles Adams, Dan Catlin. 

Barkhamsted. No choice. 

Bethlem, George T. Bloss. 

Canaan, Hiram Holcomb, John Watson. 

Colebrook, Russell Frisbie, Erastus Doty, Jr. 

Cornwall, Edward R. White, Joseph Essex. 

Goshen, John M. Wadhams, Philo Baily. 

Harwinton, Phineas W. Noble, Augustus S. Johnson. 

Kent, Agur Beardsley. 

New Hartford, Henry Jones, Norman Merrill. 

New Milford, Alfred N. Baldwin, William Roberts.- 

Norfolk, E. Grove Lawrence, Silas Burr. 

Plymouth, Barnabas W. Root. 

Roxbury, George Hurlbut. 

Salisbury, Robert N. Fuller. 

Sharon, Charles Sears, William N. Kniblo. 

Torrington, Lyman W. Coe, DemasCoe. 

Washington. No choice. 

Warren, Benajah Mallory. 

Watertown, Holbrook Curtis. 

Winchester, James R. Coe. 

Woodbury, Thomas Bull, John Abernethy. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown. No choice. 

Haddam, Hezekiah Scovill, Daniel M. Tyler. 

Chatham, Hiram Markham, William Bevin. 

Chester, Joshua L'Hommedieu. 

Clinton, Aaron G. Hurd. 

Durham, Zebulon Hale, Curtis C. Camp. 

East Haddam. No choice. 

Killingworth, Julius Dudley, John Wilcox* 

Portland, Russell Penfield. 

Saybrook, George H. Chapman, Alpheus Starkey, 

Westbrook, Ezra Stannard. 



22 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

TOLLAND COUNTY- 

Tolland, Talmon Cross, Benjamin L. Young. 

Bolton, Amos Wakefield. 

Columbia, Sanford Yeomans. 

Coventry, Willian A. Dorman, George Perkins. 

Ellington, Daniel Kimball. 

Hebron, Samuel Kellogg, Joel Johnson. 

Mansfield. No choice. 

Somers, Asa Wood, Jr., Tudor Gowdy. 

Stafford, David Whiting, Daniel P, Lull. 

Union, Samuel Crawford, Ezra A. Putney. 

Vernon, Andrew W. Tracy. 

Willington, Royal C. Eldridge, Sylvester C.Preston.. 

Walter P. Chamberlin and Nathan Starkweather, Mes- 
sengers of the House. 



Judicial and Civil Departments, 



JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, AND SUPREME 
COURT OF ERRORS. 

THOMAS S. WILLIAMS, Chief Judge. 
Samuel Church, Henry M. Waite, 

William L. Storrs, ■ Joel Hinman, 

Thomas Day, Reporter. 



Allotment of the Judges of the Superior Court 
for the year IS45 ; 6. 

SUMMER CIRCUIT. 

Williams, C. J. Middlesex and Tolland County. 

Church, J. Litchfield and Windham " 

Waite, J. ( New London and New Haven. 

Storrs, J. Fairfi Id County. 

Hinman, J. Hartford " 



DEPARTMENTS. 23 

WTNTER CIRCUIT. 

Williams, C. J. Hartford County. 

Church, J. Middlesex " 

Waite, J. Windham and Tolland County. 

Storrs, J. Han ford and Litchfield " 

Hinman, J. New Haven and Fairfield " 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 
COUNTY COURT. 

FRANCIS PARSONS, Judge. 
Martin Kellogg, ) 
Erastus Woodruff, > Commissioners. 
Richard Bacon, ) 

Coaunc^y Howard, Clerk. 

Nathaniel Goodwin, Treasurer. 

JUDGES OF PROBATE. 

Hartford— William N. Matson. 
Avon— Alfred Kellogg. 
Berlin — Ethan A. Andrews. 
Bristol — Tracy Peck. 
Burlington — Elisha Hotchkiss. 
Canton — Ephraim Mills. 
East Windsor — Wiiliam Barnes. 
Enfield- Aholiab Johnson. 
Farmington — Egbert Cowles. 
Granby — Truman Allen. 
Hartland — Erastus Beman. 
Simsbury — Dudley Humphreys. 
Southington — Stephen W alkley, 
Surfield — Harvey Bissell. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Hartford— William W. Ellsworth, Walter Mitchell, 
John M. Niles, Thomas K. Brace, Seth Terry, Nathan 
Johnson, Thomas C. Perkins, Francis Parsons, David 



24 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

F. Robinson, Isaac Toucey, Charles Shepard, Alber* 
Day, Gideon Welles, Benning Mann, Royal R. Hinmam 
Nathaniel Goodwin, William Hungerford, Thomas H. 
Seyir.our, Oliver E. Williams, Alfred Smith, Francis 
Fellowes, Jabez W. Giddings, James G. Bolles, Charles 
Chapman, Richard G. Drake, Alexander H. Pomroy, 
Gurdon Robins, Simeon L. Loomis, Barzillai Hudson, 
Henry Kilbourn, Henry Francis, Jesse Savage, Leonard 
Kennedy, Edwin Benjamin, Jeremiah Brown, Amos M* 
Collins, Phillip Ripley, Harvey Seymour, James R. 
Woodbridge, Samuel Talcott, GeorgeGiddings, William 
R. Cone, David White, Benjamin Belden, Solomon S. 
Flagg, Joseph E. Cone, Zephaniah Alden, Samuel H. 
Huntington. Richard Sheldon, Daniel P. Crosby, John 
Russell, Charles H. Northam, Samuel H. Parsons, James 
Dixon, Joseph Pratt, Normand Lyman, James H. Hoi- 
comb, William Conner, Olcott Allen, Erastus Smith, 
Charles H. Tuthill, William N. Matson, Chauncey 
Howard, Henry Fowler, Edward Goodman, James M. 
Goodwin, Henry Perkins, Virgil Cornish, James C. 
Walkley, Freeman Seymour, Walter Harris, Thomas 
M. Day, William D. Ely, Seymour N. Case, William 
Bigelow, Henry T. Wells, Richard D. Hubbard, John 
W.Seymour, Benjamin Bissell, Thomas Brace, Dwight 
W. Pardee, Henry H. Brownell, Christopher C. Ly- 
man. 

Avon — Marcus Day, Zerah Woodford, Edward 
Woodford, Darius Sperry, Alfred Kellogg, Zina Hart, 
Samuel Bishop, Truman H. Miller, Nathan L. Case, 
Luther Woodford. 

Berlin — Ethan A. Andrews,_Henry Nash, Ozias B. 
Bassett, Emmett A. Parker, Hiram Belden, Henry 
North, Levi O. Smith, Milton Andrews, William Bow r - 
ers, Horatio Gridley, Sherlock C. Hall, Freedom Hart, 
Alfred North, James B. Carpenter, Benjamin Allen, 
Thomas Upson, Cyprian Goodrich, Roswell Moore, Jr., 
Edward Norton, Samuel Hart, 2d., Samuel B. Cowles. 
Lo'on Porter. 

Bloomfield — Hiram Roberts, David W. Grant, Joab 
H. Hubbard, Elisha J. Phelps, Phelps Barnard, Bildad 
Rowley, Judah P. Barnard, Shayler F. Burnhara, Sam- 



DEPARTMENTS. 25 

uel D. Goodwin, George W. Gorton, Joel Rockwell, 
Johnson K. Gillette, Noah Gris wold, Jr., Ft ancisG. Bar- 
ber, Alfred Owen. 

Bristol — Tracy Peck, Charles G. Ives, Zelotes C. 
Grant, Jared W. Pardee, Elisha Manross, George W. 
Bartholomew, Levi Smith, Lloyd Atkins, Benjamin F. 
Hawley, Orsamus Allen, Benjamin Ray. 

Burlington — Gad Frisbie, Elisha Hotchkiss, Marcus 
H. Upson, Abraham Pettibone, William Marks, Darius 
F. Butler, Billy Gay lord, Caleb N. Mathews, Salmon 
Gridley, Ezekiel T. Bryant. 

Canton — Ephraim Mills, Abiel Brown, Sherman 
Osborn, Simeon Woodruff, Lancel Foot, Averitt Wil- 
cox, Jarvis Case, JNoah R. L. Bristol, Imri L. Spencer, 
John W. Harger, Samuel V. Woodbridge, Lucian Bid- 
well, Lorin H. Humphrey, Alanson Merrill. 

East Hartford — Abner Hale, James Stanley, Jared 
Ayres, Jesse Judson, El'huSmiih, Williams Pratt, Hor- 
ace Riley, Ira A. Kimball, Timothy Spencer, Charles 
Winslow, Daniel Pitkin, Jr., Elisha Anderson, Mahlon 
Forbes. 

East Windsor — Abner Reed, Wm. Barnes, Ebenezer 
Pinney. Jesse Charlton, Sumner Shepard, John W. 
Stoughton, Samuel W. Bartlett, Israel Stiles, Homer D. 
Allen, Hiram Watson, Levi Moody, Horace Grant, 
John C. Robertson, Benjamin Hamilton, Buckley P. 
Barber. 

Enfield — Jabez King, Jonath-n Pease, Jabez T.Tay- 
lor, Aholiab Johnson, Charles Clark, Edward Hoskins, 
Hiram S. Belcher, Jabtz Collins, Erastus Olmsted, Elam 
Pease. 

Farmington — Sidney Wadsworth. Simeon Hart. Eg- 
bert Co \ les, Abner Bidwell, John Hocker, Roderick 
Stanley, Lewis Barber, Edwin K. Hamilton, Fr nklin 
Deming, William Cram ton, Gile* Still an, Adna 
W iting, Wm. A. Ives, Samue S. Miller, Henry 
Lewi =. 

Glastenbury— George Merrick, Henry Dayt n,Thad- 
cleus Welles, Asahel Hollis er, George Plummer, Leon- 
ard E. Hale, AristobulusBrainard, Frary Hale, Wm. J. 
Covill, Sidney Smith, John A. Hale. 



26 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Granby — Charles T. Hillye , Justus D. Wile -x, Dan- 
iel Hayes, Ans n I ates, Oliver Alderman, Cullen 
Haye , Oliver Owen, Willard Griffin, Asa Higley, 
Samuel Weed, John Viets, Harvey Aldermen, Anso i 
Oooley, Edward Blakeslee. Edmund Thompson, Silas 
Hig ey, Justus R. S evens, John S. Hayes, Willis 
Phelps. 
Han land — Ezra Doolittle, Wm. Selby,ErastusBeman, 
Nathaniel Gaylord, Henry Griswold, Thomas Beman, 
George D. Cornish, Amos B. Tiffany, Dwight L. Wil- 
liams, William McLoud Austin Ensign, (Salvia Ban- 
ning, Francis Clark. 

Marlborough — George Foot, Wm. Finley, Sherman 
C. Lord, David Phelps, 2d , Oliver Northam, Wm E. 
Jones. 

Manchester— Ralph °. Phelps, Elisha Andrews, Rus- 
sell Eldridge, George W. Griswold, Melancthon Hud- 
son, Artemas L. Strong, James Campbell, Walter 
Bunce, Timothy Keeney, Aaron Cook. 

Rocky H 11— Wm. Uobbins, 2d., Henry Bulkley, 
Wm Goodrich, George O. Chambers, EieazerGood ich, 
Leonard Bel en. 

Simsbury — Elis' a Phelps, Dudley H mphrey, John 
O. Pembone, Mamre Case, Julius Chapman, Aurora 
Case, Henry Ely, Allen Pinney, George Cornish, Ash- 
bel Moses, Salmon C. Er.o, Anson L. Holcomb. 

Southington — Romeo Lowrey, Stephen WaJdey, Ju- 
lius S. Barnes, RootGridley, Theodore Byin^ton, Selah 
Lewis, Joel Patten, Isaac Shepherd, Isaac Burritt, Jesse 
Olney, Alfred Hotehkiss. 

Suffield — Harvey Bissell, Dav ; d Hale, Samuel E. 
Hart well, John B. Kin^, Parkes Loomis, Curtis War- 
ner, Artemas Kin£, Cliauneey Rose, Samuel Hastings, 
Horace Sheldon, Elihu L. Taylor. 

WethersHeld — Samuel Galpin, Ashbel Robertson, 
John Francis, Eiizur Goodrich, Russell Adams, Wm. 
Talcotf, Hezekiah Belden, Jos i ah Robbins, Wells 
Adams, Daniel Ayrault, Elisha Wolcoit, Homer Camp, 
Jeremiah Seymour, Harve, Francis, Oliver Richaids, 
Jr., Elisha Johnson. 

Windsor— Henry Sill, Walter Thrall, Giles Ells- 



DEPARTMENTS. 27 

worth, Henry Halsey, Charles H. Dexter, Harlow 
Moore, Chester Soper, Horace H. Sill, Sidney Bower, 
Roman W. Loomis, A polios G. Hillyer, Eli Phelps. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Thomas C. Perkins, State Attorney. 
Harford— Waller Mitchell, Joseph Trumbull, Seth 
Terry, Nathan Johnson, J. M. Niles, William Hunger- 
ford, William W. Ellsworth, Isaac T cey, Charles 
Shepard, O. E. Williams, Samuel H. Hunungton, T. 

C. Perkins, Francis Parsons, CharlesChapman, Samuel 
H. Parsons, Erastus Smith, William R. Cone, James 
H. Holcomb, Edward Goodman, B nning Mann, Rich- 
ard G. Drake, James Dixon, Henry Perk ns, Francis 
Fellowes, William N. Matson, Thomas H. Seymour, 
Chauncey Howard, Charles H. Tuthill, John W. Sey- 
mour, James C. Walkley, Seymour N. Case, Richard 

D. Hubbard, William D. Ely, H. T, Wells, Charles De 
W. Brownell, H. S Brownell, Elihu Spencer, Horace 
Cornwall, Lucius F. Robinson, E. O. Goodwin. 

Berlin — IraE. Smith, Henry Nash, (New Britain.) 

Bristol— Silas Gridley. 

East Windsor — William Barnes. 

Enfield — Aholiab Johnson. 

Farmington — John Hooker. 

Glastenbury — George Mer ick. 

Granby — Silas Higley, Samuel H. Woodruff, Anson 
Bates, Edmund Holcomb. 

Manchester — Ralph R. Phelps. 

Simsbury — Elisha Phelps, Hector F. Phelps, Giles 
Ptttibone. 

Southington — Romeo Lowrey. 

Suffield — Seth Parsons. 

Windsor— Horace H. Sill. 

Sheriff— Chester Adams, Hartford. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Hartford, Nathan M. Waterman; 

Windsor, Anson Loomis; Farmingtori, Henry Cowles ; 

East Wi dsor, Samuel W. Thompson ; Canton, Eze- 

kiel Hosford ; Granby, Erastus Hole mb ; Enfield, 



28 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL. 

Albert Clark; Suffield, Eliphalet S. Morron ; Simsbu- 
ry, Ebenezer B. Phelps; Manchester. Eli Pitkin. 
Jailer — Nathaniel H. Morgan, Hartford. 



NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

JOSEPH WOOD, Judge. 
Edward A. Cornwall, i 
Green Kendrick, > Commissioners. 

Hoadley Bray, ) 

John S. Rice, Clerk. 

Joseph Darling, Treasurer. 

JUDGES OF PROBATE. 

New Haven — Eleazer K. Foster. 
Cheshire — Silas Hitchcock. 
Guilford— Ralph D. Smith. 
Madison — Jesse Crampton. 
Meriden — Benajah Andrews. 
Milford— Selah Strong. 
Wallingford — Ebenezer H. Ives. 
Waterbury — Norton J. Buell. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Joseph Wood, James Brewster, Zelotes Day, Elias 
Gilbert, Sheldon Hotchkiss, Isaac Mix, Enos A. Pres- 
cott, R. I. Ingersoll, Dennis Kimberly, William W. 
Boardman, Henry Peck, Henry C Flagg, Isaac H. 
Townsend, Charles A. Ingersoll, James Donaghe, David 
Kimberly, Norton Wheeler, D. W. Buckingham, Henry 
White, Thomas Ensign, Luther Gilbert, Charles Rob- 
inson, Philip S. Galpin, Cyprian Wilcox, Henry Hug- 
gins, Nathaniel H.Clark, Stephen Hotchkiss, William 
A. Reynolds, William B. Bristol, George Treadway, 
E. K. Foster, John B. Robertson, Charles T. Shelton, 



DEPARTMENTS. 29 

Thomas Bennett, John S. Beach, Alfred Terry, Wm. 
J. Flagg, John S Rice, L. G. Peck, Alfred Blackman, 
C. M. Ingersoll, Richard Fitzgerald, Abijah Bradley, 
Alfred S. Munson, George Sweetland, Henry A. Mur- 
ray, William L. Mansfield, John C. Holiister, David 
Breed, T. R. Trowbridge, Samuel Kent, Noah Chand- 
ler, Wales French, John Ritter, H. G. Lewis, Enos 
Sperry, R. H. Osborn, Henry Whitney, Sydney M. 
Stone, William Goodwin, James A. Gorham, S. W. 
Wadsworth, Julius Tyler, J. W. Collins, Elisha Dick- 
erman, jr., Jonathan Stoddard, Silas Mix, Augustus 
Lines, Benjamin Higby, M. Tyler, Horace Andrews, 
C. R. Ingersoll, John A. Blake, Morris Isbell, Joel B. 
Foot, Gardner Morse, Elihu Sanford, jun., William 
Stoddard, Samuel W. Wadsworth, Caleb Mix. 

Bethany — Jason W.Bradley, Kneeland Downs. Archi- 
bald A. Perkins, Alvan A. Sperry, Edward Bucking- 
ham, Clark Hotchkiss. 

Branford — James Blackstone, Asa Norton, James W. 
Frisbie, Abraham Rogers, jr., Levi S. Parsons, W. L. 
Lay, Chandler Barker, James Barker. 
• Cheshire — Silas Hitchcock, Benajah Ives, E. A. Corn^ 
wall, W. L. Foot, Nathan Booth, Alfred Doolittle, Elihi? 
Yale, Samuel Williams,* Elias Gaylord, Charles E. 
Munn, Jeremiah Brooks. 

Derby — J. P. Canfield, A. Tomlinson, Sheldon Bas- 
sett, Josiah M. Colburn, Lyman Smith, 3d., Lyman Os- 
born, Ira L. UfTord, Almon Smith, Leman Chatfield, 
Ransom J. Sperry, Samuel Bassett, A. W. DeForest, 
John W. Dwight, Henry Whitney, Charles Lindsley. 

East Haven — Wyllys Hemmingway, Ruel Andrews, 
Josiah T. Ward, DeGrass Maltby, Hoadley Bray, Ben- 
jamin Miller, Russell Hill. 

Guilford — Ralph D. Smith, Samuel C. Johnson, Hen- 
ry Elliott, George L^lon, Arami Fowler, W T yllys El- 
liott, Samuel Robinson, William Kelsey, Edward R. 
Landon, Noah Fowler, »John R. Rossiter, William 
Hale. 

Hamden — Charles Brockett, Eli Dickerman, James 
W. Ford, Griswold S. Gilbert, Leverett Hitchcock, 



30 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Alfred Dickerman, Richard Blakeslee, Elihu Dicker- 
man. 

Madison — Jesse Crampton, Walter P. Munger, Mar- 
tin L. Dowd, Daniel Hill, Simeon Scranton, Jared 
Willard, Jonathan T. Lee, Frederick Foster, Selah 
Lee, Jonathan F. Todd. 

Meriden — James S. Brooks, Benajah Andrews, Julius 
H. Pratt, Charles Parker, Philo Pratt, Augustus Hall. 
Levi Yale, William J. Ives, Elias Howell, Nathaniel 
C. Sanford, Edwin E. Curtiss, Lewis S. Green. 

Middlebury — Leonard Bronson, Ebenezer Smith, 
Noyes Bradley, Daniel Tyler, William Bronson. 

Milford— Selah Strong, S. W. Dickerman, G.R. Corn- 
wall, Samuel B. Gunn, Aaron Clark, Andrew French, 
L. N. Bradley, Isaac Tibbals, David Miles, Nathaniel 
Smith. 

Naugatuck — Giles Hotchkiss, Henry Hine, W. H. 
Hine, Charles Nettleton, Austin A. Hickox ; Enos Hop- 
kins, Ahiel Stephens, Enos Osborn. 

North Branford — Albert Harrison, Anson Baldwin, 
William A. Reynolds, George Rose, William Ford, 
Major Rose, Nathaniel S. Smith, Charles Foot, Julius 
Maltby, Samuel Bartholomew. 

North Haven — Byard Barnes, Eleazer Warner, Henry 
Bradley. Wyllvs Tuttle, Ezra Stiles, Z. Blakesley, 
Elizur C. Tuttle. 

Orange — James Fitts, W. T. Kent, Lyman Law, Na- 
thaniel Kimberly, Silas Thompson, Nehemiah Kim- 
berlv, James Reynolds, William Smith, jr., Benjamin 
T. Clark. 

Oxford — Harvey W. Upson, Elias Scott, Samuel 
Meigs, Russell Wooster, Lucius Baldwin, Samuel Wire, 
Nathan Stone, Nathaniel B. Fairchild, Henry Lumb. 

Prospect — Luther Morse, Thomas Wilmot, James 
Street, Lauren Preston, Andri*^ Smith, Ransom R. 
Russell, Robert H. Piatt. 

Southbury — Edward Hinman, Charles Heacox, Jo- 
seph M. Wheeler, Anthony B. Burritt, John Pierce, 
Henry Downs, George Smith, Erastus Mitchel, Ebene- 
zer Johnson. 

Wallingford^— Benjamin T. Ccok, Malachi Cook, 



DEPARTMENTS. 31 

Lyman Packer, Wooster Martin, William M. Hall, 
Edgar Atwater, E. H. Ives, Marcus A. Marks, Samuel 
Fair child, Augustus Hall, 2d. 

Waterbury — Andrew Bryan, Norton J. Buell, Elias 
Cook, Edward Chittenden, James W. Finch, William 
C. Boon, John W. Webster, B. H. Andrews, Timothy 
Porter, Gaius Hitchcock, David E. Downs. 

Woodbridge — James J. Baldwin, Bevil P. Smith, 
William Peck, James A. Darling, Alvan Perkins, 
Lyman Manvel, William H. Hotchkiss, Lyman A. 
Bradley, Henry Hickox 

Wolcott — Gates Upson, Carolus B. Byinsrton, Mark 
Tutt e, G. W. Carter, James Olcott, jr., Orrin Plumb. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Dennis Kimberly, State Attorney. 

New Haven — Ralph I. Ingersoll, Roger S. Baldwin, 
Dennis Kimberly, Henry C. Flagg, Charles A. Inger- 
soll, William W. Boardman, Isaac H. Townsend, Hen- 
ry White, Silas Mix, William B. Bristol, Jonathan 
Stoddard, ChaHes Robinson, Richard Fitzgerald, Rob- 
ert H. Osborn, Thomas Bennet, Charles T. Shelton, E. 
K. Foster, William J. Flagg, John S. Rice, J. C. Hol- 
lister, L. G. Peck, Colin M. Ingersoll, John C. Beach, 
Alfred Blackman, John S. Beach, Charles R. Ingersoll, 
Horace Andrews, William Stoddard, Wilson H. Clark, 
L. H Johnson. 

Cheshire — 

Derbv — IraL. Ufford; Birmingham, Charles Lindley. 

Guilford— R. D. Smith, W T illiam Kelsey, E. R. Lan- 
don. 

Meriden — Benajah Andrews. 

Southbury — Edward Hinman. 

Waterbury— N. J. Buel, John W. Webster. 

Naugatuck — Charles Nettleton. 

North Haven — Homer D. Ives. * 

Wolcott — Orrin Plumb. 

Wallingford — J. R. Merriam. 



32 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Sheriff — Leander Parmele, New Haven. 

Deputy Sheriffs — David H. Carr, New Haven ; Lu- 
cius P. Bryan, Waterbury ; David T. Stoddard, Derby; 
Reuben H. Way, Meriden ; Mark Wooster, Oxford; 

Jailer — Andrew Bryan, New Haven. 



NEW LONDON COUNTY. 



COUNTY COURT. 

CHARLES J. McCURDY, Judge. 
Zebulon Brock way, i 
William Randall, > Commissioners. 
Wanton A. Weaver, ) 

John De Witt, Clerk. 

Jacob VV. Kinney, Treasurer. 



JUDGES OF PROBATE. 

New London — Ebenezer Learned. 
Norwich — George Perkins 
Bozrah — Elijah Huntington. 
Colchester— David B. Carroll. 
East Lyme — Peter Comstock. 
Groton — Joseph Duifey, 
Lebanon — Elisha Waterman. 
Ledyard — Erastus Williams. 
Lyme — William Marvin. 
North Stonington— Eiias Hewitt. 
Salem — Oramel Whittlesey. 
Stonington — Asa Fish. 

JUSTICES OF THE TEACE. 

New London. Pe;cr D. Irish, Daniel B. Hempsted, 
Abel T. Sizer, Jam^s B. Lyman, John Grace, Andrew 
C. Lippett, Wm. (>. Crump, John P. C. Mather, Louis 
Bristol, Hiram Willey, Frederick M. Walker, Gporge 
Potter, Jr., Wm. P. Benj :min, Daniel Rogers, Robert 
K. Waller, Charles TreaJway, Reuben Heath, Leonard 
Dart, Ephrairn H. Douglass, Silas K. Mason. 



DEPARTMENTS. 33 

Norwich. Joseph Williams, Henry Strong, James 
Stedman, George Hill, Rosvvell Morgan, John A. Rock- 
well, Lafayette S. Foster, Lewis Hyde, Ephraim R. 
Otis, Oliver Wood worth, Gurdon Chapman, George 
Perkins, George B. Ripley, Charles J. Lanman, James 
Bromley, Ebenezer Learned, Jr., Samuel C. Morgan, 
Gardner Thurston, Samuel Story, Othniei Gager, 
Charles Thurber, Ebenezer Fuller, John T. Wait, David 
Young, Oliver P. Wattles, Thomas Robinson, Joseph 
A. Yerrington, James A. Hovey, Philo M. Judson, 
Elijah Clark, Rufus L. Fanning, Asa Manning, Nathan 
Scholfield, Ralph H. «L very, Charles F. Avery, Wm. 
Clark, John Q, Cox, James B. Setchel, 

Bozrah. Elijah Huntington, Wm. Kelley, Seth 
Whiting, William Smith, Jehiel Johnson, Leonard 
Lamb, Joshua B. Leffingwell, John Packer, Charles 
W. Wightman, William C. Abel. 

Colchester. Avery Morgan, Newhall Taintor, 
George Way, Frederick Morgan, Joseph Staples, Asa- 
hel Skinner, Appleton R. Park, Russell Wyles, Alfred 
Loomis, Giles Shattuck, Henry Worthington, Guy 
Bigelow, Elias Harvey, Jr., John Brown, Joseph D. 
Packwood, Samuel A. Kellogg, Nathaniel F. Brainard, 
George Miller, George Clark," Elihu Clark, Stephen B, 
Day. 

East Lyme. Edward R. Warren, John L. Smith, 
Joseph H. Latimer, Daniel Watrous, Job Tubbs, Fran- 
cis B. Loomis. Moses H. Warren, Horace Smith, Ben- 
jamin Fox, Rowland Rogers, Joseph Latham, Elisha 
Beckwith, Richard W. Lee, Thomas Avery, William 
G. Gorton. 

Franklin. Alvan Abell, Jason W. Kingsley, Buel 
Ladd, Peter Pettis, Almond Tracy, Henry Hazen, 
D wight Bailey, Joseph P. Tracy, Samuel Miller, George 
W. Frink, Herman Willes, Amos F. Royce. 

Groton. Nathan Daboll, Elisha Morgan, Horatio 
N. Fish, Daniel D. Edgecomb, Silas Beebe, Joseph 
Durfey, Jefferson Perkins, Ozias Buddin^ton, William 
Latham, Amos C. Tift, Belton A. Copp, William Smith, 
Jr., Daniel Knowles, Ebenezer Redfield, James Gallup, 
William Moxley, Amos Clifl, Erastus Avery, Caleb M, 

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34 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Williams, Albert Edgecomb, Nathan F. Denison, Ben- 
jamin F. Stoddard, Williams Newberry, Alonzo D. 
Buddington, Isaac Randall, Zebediah Gates, Coddington 
Parker, Jasper Latham, John R. Starr, Courtland Mor- 
gan, Isaac C. Amidon, Benjamin Burrows, James C. 
Lamb, Alonzo Williams. 

Griswold. Charles E. Leonard, Joseph Boardman, 
John W. Fanning, Nathan Stanton, Arnold Bowen, 
Erastus Kinney, James L. Lester, Benjamin F. Billings, 
Horatio Willes, Elam Benjamin, Henry C. Tyler, Eli- 
sha B. Brewster, D wight *R. Tyler, John C. Edmond, 
Nathan Prentice/Henry L. Johnson, Frederick Brews- 
ter. 

Lebanon. Peleg Thomas, Elisha Waterman, Elipha- 
let Huntington, Learned Hebard, John Beaumont, Eras- 
tus Osgood, Nathaniel C. Sexton, Alanson C. Abel, 
Henry H. Abel, Nathan Brown, Julian V. Pettis. 

Ledyard. John Brewster, William M. Williams, 
Ralph Hurlbut, 2d., Ebenezer Stoddard, Sidney M. 
Allyn, Wm. Morgan, Ralph S. Stoddard, Christopher 
M. Gallup, Elias W. Brown, Guy C. Stoddard, Christo- 
pher Newton, Luke Gallup, Seth Williams, George W. 
Avery, Samuel W. Wood. George Ayer, James Geer, 
Henry W. Avery, John J. Newton, Russell Gallup, 
Isaac W. Geer, Samuel G. Allyn, John D. Bradford, 
Wm. M. Gray. 

Lisbon. Ansel Brown, John Grant, Hiram Tarbox, 
Samuel Peckham, Joseph B. Hibbard, Henry R. Rob- 
bins, Thomas M. Jewett, Elisha P. Potter, Thomas A. 
Clark, Ebenezer Lyon, Wm. C. Cutler, Jabez L. Ben- 
jamin, Ezekiel Brumley, Luther Fuller. 

Lyme. Charles J. McCurdy, Richard E. Selden, Jr., 
Wm. Marvin, Zebulon Brockway, Stephen J. Lord, 
Richard Ely, Reuben Lord, Charles L. Peck, Oliver J. 
Lay, George H. Chad wick, Samuel S. Warner, David 
M. Jewett, Samuel J. Beck with, Marshfield S. Paiker, 
Richard L. Lord, Samuel D. Sill, Thomas W. Swan, 
Richard S. Griswold, David Bates, Wm. B. Tooker, 
Marsh E. Anderson, Daniel Anderson, Reuben Cham- 
pion, Jr., Samuel C. Ely, John G. Brockway, Christo- 
pher P. Stark, Lodowick Bill, Joshua R. Warren. 



DEPARTMENTS. 35 

Montville. Nathaniel Parish, Robert Comstock, Jo- 
seph L. Chapman, Mulford C. Raymond, John Fitch, 
Nathaniel B. Bradford, John B. Rogers, Nicholas Lati- 
mer, Albert G. Darrow, Nathan Whiting, Win. Patten, 
Gardner Wickwire, Willet R. Wood, Samuel S. Harris. 

North Stonington. Wm. Randall, Elias Hewitt, 
Ansel Coates, Pelcg Clark, Oliver Hewitt, Ephraim 
Wheeler, Wm. T. Browning. Russell B. Coates, De- 
witt C. Pendleton, Samuel Browning, Russeil Wheeler, 
Cyrus W. Brown, Jr., Jabez Gallup, Francis S. Pea- 
body, Henry Prentice, Joseph Frink, Samuel B. Wheel- 
er, Matthew Brown, Denison Miner, Caleb Grant, 
George C. Brown, Benjamin B. Hewitt, Nathan York, 
Jr., Russell Bently, Charles P. White, Sands C. Carr, 
Wm. Vincent, Jr. 

Preston. Isaac Galup, Benjamin F. Park. Edwin 
Palmer, David Baldwin, John A. Williams, Isaac H. 
Cook, Norman Noble, Jeremiah Davis, John H. Harris, 
Elias Chapman, John Irish, Jonah Witter, Jr., Henry 

A. Morgan, Joseph L. Perkins, Noah Gates, Henry 
Haskell, Amos A. Stand ish. Ulysses Avery, Warren 
Cook, Lyman Bailey, Jeremiah Halsey. 

Salem. David Patten, Wan-en Fuller, Henry Bailey, 
Guy Loomis, David P. Otis, Elijah W. Treadway, John 
Whittlesey, J. Martin Rathbone, Hiram Gates, Jr., 
John C. Daniels, Ebenezer A. Parker, Moses Palmer, 
Enoch Treadway, Levi H. Goddard, Alfred E. Tiffany, 
Hubbel Locmis, Henry Williams, Sidney Morgan, 
Amos Stanton. 

Stonington. George Hubbard, Elias Brown. Gurdon 
Trumbull, Benjamin Pomerey, George Sheffield, John 
Davis, Elisha Faxon, Jr., Charles Sabuin, Henry Hard- 
ing, Benjamin F. Palmer, Wm. C. Moss, Charles Ben- 
netr, George W. Noyes, Oliver Burdick, Wm. W.R<d- 
man, Abel Hinkley, Nathan S# Noyes, Samuel Wheel- 
er, Pitts D. Frink, Daniel Benlley, John P. Williams, 
Charles Davis, Horace Lewis, Ezra Cheesebro, Klias 

B. Brown, Elias P. Randall, George Greenman, Rich- 
ard A. Wheeler. 

Waterford. William Gorton, Nathaniel Chapman, 
Lebbeus W. Gardner, Philip Morgan, Richard R. Mor- 



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86 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

gan, Jonathan Comstock, Joseph Avery, Isaac M. Dart,, 
Davis Rogers, 2d., Isaac Watrous, Daniel Deshon, 
Frederick Prentice, Giles P. Chapman, Christopher 
Douglass, Rouse Browning, Edmund Darrow, Thomas 
Man waring. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS, 

Henry Strong, State Attorney. 

New London. Jacob B.Gurley, Ebenezer Learned, 
Nathan Belcher, William C. Crump, Andrew C. Lip- 
pett, John P. C. Mather, Louis Bristol, Hiram Willey, 
Frederick M. Walker. 

Norwich. Joseph Williams, James Stedman, George 
Hill, Roswell Morgan, Henry Strong, Samuel C. Mor- 

fan, John A. Rockwell, Wm. H. Law, La Fayette S, 
'oster, George Perkins, John T. Wait, Ebenezer Learn- 
ed, Jr., James A. Hovey, David Young, Edward Per- 
kins, John T. Adams, Oliver P. Wattles. 

Colchester. Samuel A. Peters, Appleton R. Park s 
Moses Culver. 

Griswold. J. V. Pettis. 

Lyme. Charles J. McCurdy. 

Salem. Levi H. Goddard. 

Stonington. Benjamin Pomeroy, Elias Brown, Chas, 
Sabin. (Head of Mystic,) 

Sheriff — George Bliss, Norwich. 
Deputy Sheriffs— Edward Y. Thomas, Norwich; Jo- 
seph S. Fitch, New London; Lynde L. Huntington, 
Lebanon; John F. Bulkley, Colchester; Russelillix, 
Griswold ; Alfred Loom is, Salem ; A. P. Ely, Lyme ; 
John Brewster, Ledyard; Jt?mes C. Albro, Stonington, 

Jailers— Joshua Hamilton, New London ; Francis B. 
Lee, Norwich, 



DEPARTMENTS. 37 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

THOMAS B. OSBORNE, Judge. 

George Peck, } 

Barney Bartram, > Commissioners. 

Charles Marvin, ) 

Thomas Robinson, Clerk. 

« ■' "-■ — Treasurer, 

JUDGES OF PROBATE* 

Fairfield — Rufus Blackman. 
Dan bury —-Edward Taylor. 
Bridgeport-— Dwight Morris. 
Newtown— Theophilus Nichols, 
Norwalk— Sidney B. Beardsley. 
Redding—Thomas B. Fanton. 
Ridgefield — Harvey Smith. 
Stamford— Joshua B. Ferris, 
Stratford— David Plant. 
Weston— Mallet Seeley. 
Westport— Eliphalet Swift, 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE* 

Fairfield — Thomas B. Osborn, Samuel A. Nichols, 
Thomas Robinson, Jessup Alvord, Rufus Blakeman 5 
Joseph Bartram, Jessup Banks, George Peck, William 
Nichols, Moses, A. Sherwood, Oliver H. Perry, Harvey 
W. Smith, John S. Wilson* Jonathan Godfrey, Robert 
Wilson, Allen Nichols, John Burr, Ira B. Wheeler. 

Danbury— Timothy B. Hickok, John Benedict, 
Charles S. Smith, Edwin Benedict, Henry 0. Judd, 
Oliver Shepard, Charles Dart* Reuben Booth, Edward 
Taylor, Silas H. Hickok, Nelson L. White, Elias S. 
Sanford, Ezra B. Stephens, Orrin Knapp, Merrick Ter- 
ry, Eli Hamilton, Reuben Wood, Russel Benedict, 
Richard Osborn, Henry B. Wildman, Oliver Stone, 



38 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL. 

Thomas T. Whittlesey, Wm. H. Rider, Benjamin Stone. 

Bridgeport — Isaac Sherman, Henry Dutton, Philo 
Hurd, Joseph B. French, Ira Sherman, Daniel 0. 
Wheeler, Dwight Morris, James Fitch, Daniel Hatch, 
' J. Henry Adams, James C. Loomis, Charles DeForest, 
Henry K. Harrall, Wm. H. Peet, Lewis C. Segee, Wrn. 
H. Noble, Marsk Mooro, George Sterling, Stephen 
Hawley, Stiles M. Middlebrook, Henry Olmsted. 

Brookfield — Charles Hawley, Ebenezer Blackman, 
Wait S. Northrop, L. C. Northrop, Daniel Holly, Bry- 
ant Smith, Zar Starr, Jr., Peter M. Hubbell, John 
Cornwall. 

Darien — Abraham Clock, Holly Bell, Edward Sco- 
field, Joseph Mather, Ira Scofield, James H Gorham, 
Gilbert G. Waterbury. 

Greenwich — Ard Reynolds, Alvan Mead, Erastus 
Rundle, Beal B. Lockwood, Joseph Brush, Jonathan 
Close, Seth Lyon, Samuel G. Cornel, Thomas A. Mead, 
Solomon Mead, Major Brown, Jr. John Sands, Sha- 
drach M. Brush, Bartow F. White, Augustus Mead, 
Conklin Husted. 

Huntington** Hanson S. Edwards, Truman Black- 
man, Lewis Downs, Joseph Tomlinson, Thomas Bur- 
lock, Daniel Bennet, Elias A. Hall, Daniel A. Nichols, 
George L. Nichols, Samuel Drew, Lemuel Beardsley. 

Monroe — Asa Hays, Henry Lewis. Agur Lewis, Cy- 
rus H. Beardslee, Charles B. Clark, Charles Curtis, 
Levi Edwards, Harry Benedict, Foster M. Cargill, Geo. 
P. Curtis. 

New Canaan — Watts Comstock, Joseph Silliman, 
Peter Smith, Darius St. John, William Watson, Caleb 
S. Benedict, Wm. St. John. 

New Fairfield — Amzi Rogers, Horace Hodge, Enoch 
Knapp, John 0. Beardsley, Stephen Hopkins, Alva S. 
Pearce, David Barnum, Ira Kellogg, Jacob Leach. 

Newtown — David V. B. Baldwin, David H. Belden, 
Samuel B. Peck, Theophilus Nichols, Amos S. Treat, 
Charles Clark, Jacob Beers, Walter Clark, Josiah San- 
ford, Charles Peck, Charles C. Warner, Isaac M. Stur- 
ges, David B. Beers, Charles Johnson, Alexander Hall, 
George Bradley. 
Norwalk-r-Benjamin Isaacs, Clark Bissell, Thomas 



DEPARTMENTS 39 

B. Butler, Sidney B. Bcardsley, John A. Weed, Stephen 
Smith, Joseph P. Hanford, Samuel Richards, James 
Wiseman, James Stevens, George St. John, Henry Sel- 
leck, Charles Thomas, Morgan T. Smith, George Ben- 
edict, Lewis Raymond, 2d, Eli B. Bennett. Samuel 
Jarvis. 

Redding — Thomas B. Fanton, John Edmond, Thad- 
deus M. Abbott, Leamuel Adams, Walker Bates, John 
Couch, George Hull, Edward Starr, ArzaMeeker, Floyd 
Tucker, Lewis Goodsell. 

Ridgefield — Harvey Smith, Thaddeus Keeler, 2d, 
Hezekiah Scott, William Lee, Hugh S. Banks, Jacob 
T. Haviland, Mathew Seymour, David Sanford, Albert 
Brush, Thomas St. John, Smith Keeler. 

Stamford — Charles Hawley, Joshua B. Ferris, Wm. 
T. Miner, Henry A. Mitchell, Theodore Davenport, 
John W. Leeds, Nathaniel D. Haight, Sands Adams 
Joseph D. Warren, Smith R. Sibley, Philo Weed, H. 
P. Waring, W. H. Holley, J. H. Miner, S. B. Provost, 
Edwin Scofield, Jr. 

Sherman — Frederick Edwards, William Pickett, 
Morris Barnes, James N. Page, John 0. Northrop, Hor- 
ace Hungerford, Willis Briggs, Ami Giddings, Revilo 
Fuller, Seth Pepper. 

Stratford — Lewis H. Russell, David Plant, John 
Goulding, Hamilton Burton, Elijah Booth, Josiah Gor- 
ham, Isaac I. Booth, David P. Judson, Isaac Welles, 
Treat Blackman. 

Trumbull — Plumb N. Fairchild, Samuel Lyon, Isaac 
P. Wheeler, Luzon W. Clark, Prosper Nichols, Francis 
Beach, Elijah Middlebrook, Ali Brinsmade, B. B. 
Plumb, Samuel Beardsley, David Holley, David Beach, 
H. S. Nichols, A. B. Sherwood. 

Weston, — Walker Sherwood, John Edwards, Albert 
Guthrie, Lloyd Seeley, Mallet Seeley, Anson Bennet, 
Zenas Johnson, Eli Adams, Bradford Winton,0. Perry, 
E. S. Winton, Elihu Taylor, Hanford Nichols, David 
Patchen, Oliver 0. Sanford, William Noyes, Matthew 
Bulkley. 

Westport — Ebenezer Beers, Hezekiah Allen, Elipha- 
let Swift, Zalmon Sanford, Abraham Sherwood, Chas, 



40 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL. 

W. Taylor. John Gray, Isaac Bennet, A. Gray, Josiah 
Raymond, Street H. Keeler. 

Wilton— Erastus Sturges, Charles Marvin, James F, 
Chapman, George A. Davenport, Samuel Scott, I. M. 
Sturges, Samuel Davenport, Maltby Jeliff, W. H. Tay« 
lor, George H. Randall. 

flACTISING ATTORNEYS* 
Thomas B. Butler, State Attorney. 

Fairfield— -Thomas B. Osborn, Thomas Robinson, 
(Southport.) 

Danbury — Reuben Booth, Thomas T. Whittlesev, 
Edward Taylor, Silas H. Hickok, Nelson L. White. 

Bridgeport — Mark Moore, Henry Dutton, William 
H. Ncble, James C. Loomis, T. Dwight Morris, Henry 
Hugans. 

Brook field— Bryant Smith, Ebene-zer Blackman. 

Monroe — Cyrus H. Beardsley. 

Newtown — Samuel C. Blackman, David H. Belden, 
Isaac M. Sturges, Charles B. Curtis. 

Norwalk— Clark Bissell, Thomas B. Butler, Sidney 
B. Beardsley. 

Stamford — Charles Hawlev, Joshua B. Ferris, Whl 
T. Minor. 

Westport— Eliphalet Swift. 

Sheriff— Charles Isaacs, Norwalk, 
Deputy Sheriffs— 



Jailers — Lyman Banks, Jr., Fairfield. 
Augustus Hoyt, Danbury. 



DEPARTMENTS 41 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

THOMAS BACKUS, Judge, 
Eikanah C. Eaton, } 
Isaac Backus > Commissioners. 

James Lyon, ) 

Thomas Gray, Clerk. 
James H. Work, Assistant Clerk. 
Edwin Newbury, Treasurer. 

JUDGES OP PROBATE. 

Brooklyn— Edward Fogg, 
Ashford— Daniel Knowlton, 
Canterbury— Solomon Payne, 
Hampton, Royal Copeland, 
Killingly, Thomas Backus. 
Plainfield— David Gallup. 
Pomfret— Job Williams. 
Thompson— Jonathan Nichols. 
Voluntown— - Harvey Campbell. 
Windham— Jared Clark. 
Woodstock — Daniel Lyman. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Brooklyn — Adams White, Jonathan A. Welch, Daniel 
P. Tyler, Uriel Fuller, Armin Bolles, Samuel Cady, 
Nathaniel Martin, James Brown. 

Ashford— Daniel Kowlton, Michael Richmond, Ben- 
jamin C. Simmons, John B. Adams, Calvin Whitney, 
Reuben Marcey, Henry Work, James Lyon, Wm. E 
Cheeney, Uriah B. Carpenter, Asher Knowlton, John 
S. Dean, John W. Trowbridge, Ebenezer Knowlton, 
Ebenezer Chaffee, Jared D. Richmond. 

Canterbury— Walter Williams, Joseph Farnhain, 
Charles Adams. Samuel L. Hough, Nathan Allen, John 
Hyde, John Witter, Rufus Waldo, Obadiah H. Butts, 
Isaac Knight, W. F. Willoughby, 



42 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Chaplin — Thomas Martin, Joseph Foster, Jr., Eras- 
tus Canada, Darius Knight, Frederick Storrs, Porter B. 
Peck, Jared Clark, James R. Utley, David A Griggs. 

Hampton — Philip Pearl, Chauncey F. Cleveland, 
Royal Copeland, Dyer Hughes, Jr., Elias Burnham, 
Newton Clark, George D. Spencer, Charles Griffin, 
Mason Cleveland. 

Killingly — Arba Covill, Thomas Backus, Nathan 
Wood, Justin Hammond, Jabez Amesbury, ElishaDan- 
ielson, George Pray, Ephraim Bacon, Joseph Adams, 
Thomas Dyke, Abiel Converse, Henry Hutchins, Nor- 
ris G. Lippitt, Wm. VV. Wright, Leavens Jencks, Israel 
Simmons, Jude Sabin. 

Plainfleld — Jonathan GorT, Amos Witter, Benjamin 
Bacon, Joseph Hutchins, Mowry Burgess, Joseph S. 
Gladding, William Dyer, Alexander Wood, Ebenezer 
Case, Wm. Shepard, George Kenyon, Wm. H. Cogs- 
well, Nathan P. Sessions, George Cady. 

Pomfret — Job Williams, George Sharp, George H. 
Perrin, Orrin Sumner, George B. Mathewson, Scarbo- 
rough Osgood, Charles Sabin, Charles Osgood, Marvin 
White, Winthrop 0. Greene, John K. Holbrook, Sam- 
uel P. Sumner, Ralph S. Taintor. 

Sterling — Asel Cole, Obed Perkins, Ira Freeman, 
Samuel T. Dow, John Dixon, Parker Hill, John Briggs, 
Jonathan Harris. 

Thompson — George Larned, Simon Davies, Talcott 
Crosby, Jonathan Nichols. John J. Greene, Vernon 
Stiles, Wm. S. Scarboro, Joseph B. Gay, Edward Aid- 
rich, Laban T. Wilson, Stephen B. Winsor, Richmond 
M. Bullock, Wm. Fisher, Joel S. Copeland, Jesse Orms- 
bee, Wm. H. Chandler, James Johnson. 

Voluntown — Harvey Campbell, Flisha Potter, Wm. 
C. Stanton, John E. Lindley, Benjamin Gallup, 2d, 
Benjamin W. Palmer, John Bitgood, Henry Wylie, 
Thaddeus C. Gordon. 

Windham — Calvin Hebard, Thomas Gray, Stowell 
Lincoln, John Palmer, George S. Catlin, Zephaniah 
Palmer, Alfred A. Burnham, Wm. H. Hosmer, Horace 
Hall, Elias P. Brown, Laban Chase, Wm. C. Boon, 
John G. Clark, Abner Follett, Harvey Winchester, Ros- 



DEPARTMENTS. 43 

well Mouiton, Jason Stafford, Joseph Geer, Joel R, Ar- 
nold, Henry S. Wolcott. 

Woodstock — Ebenezer Stoddard, John F. Williams, 
Ezra Child, Daniel Lyman, Rufus S. Mathewson, Dan- 
forth Child, Hezekiah Bishop, Eleazer Corbin, William 
Chamberlain, Abiel May, Elisha C. Lyon, G. S. F. 
Stoddard, W. Lester, Jr., Stephen G. Hopkins, Augus- 
tus Skinner, Lyman Hiscox, Trenk May, Erastus Hen- 
ry, Leonard M. Dean. 

PRACTISING ATTORNIES. 
Jonathan A. Welch, State Attoiney. 

Brooklyn — Jonathan A. Welch, Daniel P. Tyler, 
Uriel Fuller. 

Ashford — J. D. Richmond, F. Hovey, (Eastford. ) 

Killingly — Thomas Backus, Abiel Converse. 

Plainfield — J. J. Penrose, William Dyer. 

Pomfret — John Holbrook. 

Thompson — George Larned, Simon Davis, William 
S. Scarborough, Thomas E, Graves. 

Windham — George S. Catlin, Calvin Hebbard, 
Thomas Gray, John Baldwin, Alfred A. Burnham, Ed- 
ward Clark, George H. Wales, C. W. Philled, A. R, 
Arnold. 

Woodstock— John McLellan, Ebenezer Stoddard, 
John F. Williams, G. F. S. Stoddard. 

Sheriff — Septimus Davison, Brooklyn. 
Deputy Sheriffs — James H. Work, Brooklyn ; John 
S. Dean, Ashford; David Greenslit, Hampton; Amos 
Witter, Jr., Plainfield ; Benjamin F. Hutchins, Thomp- 
son; Chester Hunt, Windham; Paraclete Skinner, 
Woodstock. 

Jailer — George Spalding, Brooklyn. 



44 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY* 
COUNTY COURT. 

ABIJAH CATLIN, Judge. 

Lester Loom is, ) 

Leman W. Cutler, / Commissioners. 

Joseph 1. Gaylord, ) S 

G. H. Holister, Clerk. 

Charles L. Webb, Treasurer, 

JUDGES OF PROBATE* 

Litchfield— Ralph G. Camp. 
Barkhamsted— Jesse Ives* 
Harwinton — Lewis Smith. 
Kent— -Johnson C. Hatch. 
New Hartford— Roger H. Mills. 
New Milford— Nathaniel Perry. 
Norfolk— Michael G. Mills. 
Plymouth — Henry B. Graves. 
Roxbury— Aaron W. Fenn. 
Sharon— Charles P. Sedgwick. 
Washington — Daniel B. Brinsmade. 
Watertown — Holbrook Curtis. 
Winchester — Gideon Hall, Jr. 
Woodbury— Thomas Bull. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Litchfield— Seth P. Beers, Ozias Lewis, Origen S» 
Seymour, Edward Cowles, Elisha S. Abernethy, Gideon 
H, Hollister, Julius Griswold, George C. Woodruff, 
Jonathan Buel, Samuel P. Bolles, Charles L. Webb, 
Chester C. Goslee, Truman Kilborn, Henry Skilton, 
John Garnsey, Samuel H. Dudley, Cyrus Catlin, Fred- 
erick W. Plumb, Stephen Trowbridge, Ralph G. Camp, 
Samuel G. Braraan, Dan Catlin, Hugh P.Welch, Fran- 
cis Bacon, Uri Taylor, Norman Hall, Isaac B. Wood- 
ruff, Douglass Watson. 



DEPARTMENTS, 45 

Barkhamsted — Lester Loomis, Jesse Ives, Launcelot 
Phelps, George Merrills, Hiram Goodwin, Ahira Case, 
Edward Camp, Virgil Taylor. Merlin Merrills, John 
Rax ford. 

Bethlem — Joseph H. Bellamy, David Bird, Adam C. 
Kasson, Joseph Ambler, Bennett Warner, James Allen, 
Minot Smith. 

Canaan — Wm. M. Burrall, Channcey Bunce, Ed- 
mund Belden, Sidney Ensign, Wm. P. Burrall, Sereno 
B. Gillet, Lyman Lawrence, Leman Church, Alfred C. 
Isham, Benjamin F. Toby, John Elmore, Jr., Joseph N, 
Wilcox. John A. Beckley, Horatio N, WitheralJ, Wal- 
ter S. Cowles. 

Colebrook — Beebe B. Rockwell, Edward Carrington 
Asa White, Hiram Sage, Arthur Howell, Erastus Doty 
Jr., Harvey Whiting, Abiram Chamberlain, Daniel E 
Manchester, Elijah Gunn. 

Cornwall — Benjamin Sedgwick, George Wheaton, 
Philo Kellogg, Frederick Kellogg, Chalker Pratt, Myron 
Harrison, Obadiah Bierce, H. Milton I^Jart, James 
Wadsworth, Jacob Scovill, Daniel L. Rogers, John C. 
Calhoun. * 

Goshen — Augustus Miles, Joseph J, Gaylord, Phineas 
Ives, Acors W. Lawton, Collins Baldwin, Nelson 
Brewster, Moses Lyman, Birdsey Baldwin, Eber Bailey, 
Philo Bailey. 

Harwinton-— Benajah Hayden, Andrew Abernethy, 
Abijah Catlin, Jacob O. Catlin, Sheldon Osborn, Au- 
gustus S. Johnson, Henry Holt, Martin Cook, 2d., 
Lewis Smith, Moses Beach, Augustus Alvord. 

Kent— Nathaniel P. Perry, Hubbell Miller, Rufus 
Fuller, Jr., John R. Fuller, John Gilbert, Alden Swift, 
Asa Slade, Austin Morehouse, Eli Chamberlain, Clark 
Beardsley, Lewis Spooner, Jr., Anson J. Winegar, 
Daniel M. Benedict, Harvey P. Turrell. 

New Hartford — Isaac Kellogg, Tertius Wadsworth, 
James D. Thorp, James F. Henderson, Roger H. Mills, 
Samuel S. Bates, Wait Garritt, Freeman Graham, An- 
thony Baker. 

New Milford— Ezra Noble, Nathaniel Perry, David 
C, Sanford, Samuel D. Orton, Dunning Babbitt, Sher« 



46 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

man Peck, Lyman Smith, Daniel B. Wilson, Lewis B. 
Sherwood, Henry Merwin, Sheldon Buckingham, Hi- 
ram Jackson, John G. Noble, Daniel L. Booth, John S. 
Sturdevant, Jabesh Morehouse, Henry Eliott, Julius B. 
Harrison, William Roberts. 

Norfolk— Michael F. Mills, Joseph Riggs, Bushnell 
Knapp, Thomas Curtiss, Wilcox Phelps, Warren Cone, 
Henry Porter, Darius Phelps, Jeremiah Johnson. 

Plymouth — Hiram Pierce, Henry C. Smith, Lucius 
Bradley, Elisha Johnson, Charles Byington, Orrin 
Preston, Levi Heaton, Hem an Welton, Abel C. Judson, 
Henry Terry, Henry B Graves, Edward Blakeslee, 
Oliver A. G. Todd, John C Lewis, David D. Warner. 

Roxbury — Aaron W. Fenn, Job Z. Warner, Harvey 
H. Castle, Samuel W. Baldwin, Edwin C. Prindle, 
John Leavenworth, Lyman Fenn, Harmon B. Eastman, 
Clark Beardslee. 

Salisbury — Samuel Church, Wm. C. Sterling, John 
H. Hubbard, John G. Mitchell, Roger Averill, Lot Nor- 
ton, Jr., Robert N. Fuller, Horace Landon, Donald J. 
Warner, Silas Reed, Samuel S. Robbins, Edmund Lan- 
don, Wm. Pettee, Elisha Lee, Samuel C. Scovill, Lemuel 
Richardson. 

Sharon — Samuel E. Everett, Ansel Sterling, Israel 
Camp, Charles F. Sedgwick, Richard Smith, Ransom 
Smith, Silas A. Gray, Samuel Roberts, Jr., Orrin Hutch- 
inson, Lewis St. John, Andrew Lake, Robert W. Smith, 
Southard Hitchcock, Amos Prindle, Russel Everett. 

Torrington — Erastus Hodges, Russell C. Abernethy, 
Griswold Woodward, Demas Coe, Noah Drake, Jr., 
Barzillai Hudson, George D. Wadhams, Anson Colt, 
Jr., Phineas North, Israel Holmes, Stanley Griswold, 
Francis M. Holiey, Roderick Bissell. 

Warren— George Starr, Manley Peters, Asahel 
Wedge, Edwin M. Kellogg, Elijah Hays, Truman 
Guild, Dan Carter. 

.Washington — Daniel D. Brinsmade, Herman Bald- 
win. Gregory Seely, Daniel T. Mitchel, Win. Moody, 
Frederick Chittenden, David C. Whittlesey, Chester 
Ackley, Joel Morehouse, Nathan Newton, Alexander 
J. Center. 



DEPARTMENTS. 47 

Watcrtown — Holbrook Curtis, Leman W. Cutler, 
Charles S. Woodward, Cyrus B. Manvill, Henry E. 
Dailey, James Skilton, Chauncey Dayton, Truman 
Baldwin, Hinman Piatt. 

Winchester— Luman Wakefield, Wm. S. Hollabird, 
Samuel Hurlbut, Alva Nash, John Boyd, Samuel W. 
Coe. Gideon Hall, Jr., Jonathan Blake, Nathaniel B. 
Gaylord, George Dudley, Norris Coe, Rufus Drake, 
Lucius Clark, Moses Camp, 2d., Luman Munsell, An- 
son Foskett, Erastus S. Woodford, Wm. H. Rood, Ro- 
land Hitchcock. 

Woodbury — Charles B. Phelps, Elijah Sherman, 
Thomas Bull. Reuben H. Hotchkiss, Nathaniel Miner, 
Barlow Russell, Leman B. Sprague, Charles P. Strong, 
Job! P. Marshall, Peter F. Peck. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

John H. Hubbard, State Attorney. 

Litchfield. Seth P. Beers, Truman Smith, George C. 
Woodruff, Origen S. Seymour, Francis Bacon, G. H. 
Hollister. 

Barkhamsted. Hiram Goodwin, (Hitchcockville.) 

Bethlem. Joseph H Bellamy. 

Canaan. William M. Burrall, Leman Church, John 
Elmore, Jr., William P. Burrall. 

Cornwall. George Wheaton. 

Goshen. Birdsey Baldwin, Nelson Brewster. 

Harwinton. Abijah Catlin. 

Kent. Nathaniel P. Perry, Rufus Fuller, Jr. 

New Hartford. Roger H. Mills. 

New Milford. David C. Sanforcl, Samuel D. Orton, 
Nathaniel Perry, Daniel B. Wilson, J. B. Harrison. 

Norfolk. Michael F. Mills. 

Plymouth. Elisha Johnson, Henry B. Graves, Mal- 
comb N. Butler. 

Salisbury. Philander Wheeler, John G. Mitchell, 
John H. Hubbard, Roger Averill, Donald J. Warner. 

Sharon. Ansel Sterling, Charles F. Sedgwick, Rich- 
ard Smith. 

Washington. Frederick Chittenden. 



48 



JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 



Watertown. Holbrook Curtiss. 

Winchester. William S. Holabird, Gideon Hall, Jr. 

Woodbury. Charles B, Phelps, S. E. Hartwell, 
Wm. Coltisen. 

Sheriff— Albert Sedgwick, Litchfield. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Leverett W. Wessells, Litchfield; 
Peter W". Mills, Kent; Erastus EL Winchester, Sharon; 
Walter D. Sperry, Washington; Henry S. Norton, 
Sharon ; John E. Sedgwick, Cornwall ; Walter S. 
Cowles, Canaan ; John A. Shepard, Norfolk; John D. 
Howe, Winchester; Wilson B. Sperry, New Hartford; 
Marcus DeForest, Woodbury ; Levi S. Knapp, New 
Milford. « 

Jailer — Jesse L. Judd. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

ELIPHALET A. BULKLEY, Judge. 

Erastus Strong, ^ 

Friend Dickinson, > Commissioners, 

Benjamin Dowd, ) 

John Fisk, Clerk and Treasurer. 

JUDGES OF PROBATE. 

Middletown — Samuel Cooper. 
Chatham — David Cornwall. 
East Haddam — Gideon Higgins. 
Haddam — Smith Clark. 
Killingworth — Geo.ge Carter. 
Saybrook— Seldon M. Pratt. 

JUSTICES OF THEPEACE. 
Middletown — Samuel Cooper, Jonathan Barnes, 
Charles C. Tyler, Edward A. Russell, Charles Whit- 
tlesey, Elihu Spencer, William Woodward, Horace 



DEPARTMENTS. 49 

Clark, Henry Carrington, Edmund Hughes, Elijah Lu- 
cas, John Johnson, Lorenzo H. Treat, Sylvester Butler- 
Stephen Mildrum, Jedediah Wilcox, Daniel S. Gris-, 
wold, Luther Bowers, Barzilia Sage, Enoch C. Hall, 
Charles Hubbard, Levi Coe, John Dickinson, Lot D. 
Van Sands, Gustavus V. Wilcox, Thomas G. Mather, 
Stephen Miller, Asa Mitchell, John Ward, John E. 
Hubbard, Julius Scovel, Samuel G. Wilcox. 

Haddam — Samuel Arnold, Elias Selden, George S. 
Brainard, Stephen Johnson, Ezekiel S. Clark, Jona- 
than Arnold, Albern C. Hubbard, Noah P. Burr, Ed- 
ward R. Clark, Orrin Freeman, Smith Clark, William 
Cook, Dudley Clark, Aaron Brainard, Ansel Spencer, 
Smith Ventres. Oliver P. Smith, Chauncey Dickinson, 
Cornelius Brainard, Abraham Brainard. 

Chatham — Huntington Selden, Nathaniel C. Smith, 
Hiram Barton, Sophrono Usher, Timothy R. Mark- 
ham, Chauncey Bevins, John Markham, Jr., Diodate 
West, Linus Parmelee, Diodate Johnson, Braddock 
Strong, Charles A. Strong, David Dickinson, Elijah 
Clark, 

Chester — Ely Warner, Socrates Denison, Joshua 
L'Hommedieu, Samuel Colt, Gideon Parker, Samuel P. 
Russell, Alanson Lynde. 

Clinton — George Carter, Edward Wright, Ely A. 
Elliott, Aaron G. Hurd, John D. Leffingwell. 

Durham — John White, Alfred Camp, Miles Merwin, 
Jr., Samuel Newton, Charles Hickox, Enos Rogers, 
Clement M. Parsons, Asher Robinson. 

East Haddam — Ozias Holmes, Eliphalet A. Bulkley, 
John C. Palmer, Gideon Higgins, Thomas C, Boardman, 
Jedediah R. Gardner, Edward P. Brownwell, Moses B. 
Wright, William H. Cone, Francis Griffin, Ephraim 
Meech, Ebenezer Fox, James E. Swan, George Ran- 
som, Joseph U. Holmes, George Gates, Elijah A. Bing- 
ham, Asa M. Holt, Edward Worthington, Robert W. 
Chapman, Timothy T. Green, William E, Cone, Isaac 
Chester. 

Killingworth — David Everts, Philander Stevens, 
Reuben R. Hinckley, Jeremiah Griswold, Joseph P< 



50 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Lane, Heman S. Franklin, Wyllys D. Kelsey, Alfred 
Nettleton. 

Portland=-Alfred Hall, Erastus Strong, Phillip H. 
Sellew, David Cornwall, Sylvester, Stocking, John R. 
Ames, William W. Campbell, Hiram A. Penfield, Je- 
remiah H. Taylor, Phillip Gildersieeve, Charles Wil- 
liams. 

Saybrook — Stephen Chalker, Giles Blague, John 
Bushnell, Wm. R. Clark, John L. Whittlesey, Benja- 
min Dowd, Samuel M. Tully, Sidney Bushnell, Sam- 
uel Ingham, Wm. Bull, Selden M. Pratt, Ezra S. Ma- 
ther, Giles 0. Clark, Josiah Jones, Riehard P. Wil- 
liams, Joseph Ellsworth, Wm. C. Bull, George Reed, 
Gustavus Pratt, David P. Platts, Jabez Southworth. 

Westbrook — Joseph Spencer, Wm. H. Lay, Reuben 
Stannard, Alfred Chittenden, Alexander Clarke, Rus- 
sell Doane, Linus E. Chapman. 

PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Charles C. Tyler, State Attorney. 

Middletown — Jonathan Barnes, Charles C. Tyler, 
Noah A. Phelps, Dennis Sage, Charles Whittlesey, 
Alfred Hall. 

Chatham — Linus Parmelee. 

East Haddam — Eliphalet A. Bulkley, J. C. Palmer. 

Haddam — Smith Clark. 

Saybrook — Samuel Ingham, Stephen W. Starkey, 
James Phelps. 

Chester — Nathan C. Peters. 

Sheriff — Charles Arnold, Haddam. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Charles Stephens, Clinton ; Samuel 
Holmes, East Haddam ; Charles W. Snow. Saybrook ; 
John S. Camp, Durham. 

Jailers — William B. Ward, Middletown. 
Ezekiel S. Clark, Haddam. 



DEPARTMENTS. 51 

TOLLAND COUNTN. 

COUNTY COURT. 
HIRAM RIDER, Judge. 
Walter R. Kibbe, } 
Oliver H. King, > Commissioners. 
Thomas Clark, } 

Jeremiah Parish, Clerk. 
Gurdon Isham, Treasurer. 

JUDGES OF PROBATE. 

Tolland — Elisha Stearns 
Ellington — Phineas Talcott. 
Hebron — Abner Hendee. 
Mansfield — Zalmon Storrs. 
Somers — Walter R. Kibbe. 
Stafford — Zina Winter. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Tolland — Elisha Stearns, Calvin Willey, Jeremiah 
Parish, Loren P. Waldo, Zalmon A. Storrs, Ariel Ladd, 
Chauncey Griggs, Daniel Grover, Jonathan R. Flynt, 
Ebenezer West. 

Bolton — Session Lawson, David Sperry,Noah Strong, 
Judah Strong, Elijah A. Watrous, William Hunt, Amos 
Wakefield. 

Columbia — Samuel West, Asahel Clark, Norman 
Little, Alpheus Kingsley, Daniel Holbrook, William 
B. Little, John S. Yeomans, Samuel F. West, Sanford 
Yeomans, George W. Morgan. 

Coventry — Edward G. Huntington, Zelotes Long, 
Alonzo W. Birge, Timothy Dimock, James White, Otis 
Sweet, Henry R. Watrous, Uriah Brigham, Eleazer 
Hunt, Calvin Daggett. Don F. Brigham., Thomas K. 
Jones. 

Ellington — John H. Brockway, Ephraim Dimock, 
Horace McKnight, Jabesh Collins, Flavel Whiton, 



52 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Benjamin Pinney, Oliver W. Street, John B. Dorman, 
Joel W. Smith. 

Hebron — Humphrey T. Fuller, Ralph Qilbert, Pey- 
ton R. Gilbert, Israel E. Hutchinson, Leonard Hendee, 
Cyrus Bingham, Jacob 0. Loomis, Ransford Button, 
Epaphroditus Porter, Royal Porter, Cyrus Mann, Ha- 
zael Gott, jr., George A. Gillett, John W. Buell, Henry 
0. Carver, Ansel Chappell, John B. Hutchinson, Brain- 
ard D. Kellogg, Elihu P. Buel. 

Mansfield — Zalmon Storrs, Edmund Freeman, Thos. 
Clark, Daniel F. Hibbard, John Fitch, Dan Barrows, 
William Atwood, Philip Barrows, Chauncey Dunham, 
Eber Dunham, Needham Slate, Royal Storrs, Ephraim 
Dunham, Ira B. Bennett, George R. Hanks 

Somers — Walter R. Kibbe, Orson Wood, Oliver Cha- 
pin, Amariah Kibbe, Erasmus E. Hamilton, Samuel E. 
Arnold. 

Stafford — John Orcutt, Parley Converse, Zina Win- 
ter, Moses B. Harvey, Joseph H. Converse, Calvin 
Knight, Daniel P. Lull, Nathan Bartlett, Abijah 
Blodget, Loren Dimock, Alfred Thrasher, Joseph C. 
Dow, Preston Parkess, Harvey R. James, John C. 
Eaton. 

Vernon — Oliver H. King, Francis McLean, Thaddeus 
C. Bruce, Phineas Talcott, Nathaniel 0. Kellogg, Wm. 
T. Cogswell, George Kellogg, Allen Talcott, Edwin G- 
Brigham. 

Union — William P. Sessions, Augustus Moore, Har- 
vey Walker, Burke Foster, Samuel Crawford, Ezra A. 
Putney. 

Willington — Daniel Glazier, John J. Moulton, Hiram 
Rider, Robert Sharp, Rufus Rider, Origin Dimock, 
Simon Carpenter, Horace Bicknell, Bartholomew 
Potter. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 
Loren P. Waldo, State Attorney. 
Tolland — Calvin Willey, Elisha Stearns, Jeremiah 
Parish, Loren P. Waldo, Zalmon A* Storrs. 
Columbia — Asahel Clark* 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 53 

Ellington — John H. Brockway* 
Hebron — Ralph Gilbert. 
Mansfield— John Fitch. 
Somers— Walter R. Kibbe. 
Stafford — Benjamin Lathrop. 

Sheriff— Solomon L. Griggs, Tolland. 
Deputy Sheriffs.— Brewster P. Swift, Mansfield; 
Henry R. Waterous, South Coventry ; Humphry T. 
Fuller, Hebron ; Bela Abbott, Vernon ; L. G. Winter, 
Stafford. 

Jailer — Novatus Chapman. 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 

District No. 1. Hartford and Tolland Counties, 

" " 2. New Haven and Middlesex do. 

u " 3. New London and Windham do. 

• « 4. Fairfield and Litchfield do. 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 
District No. 1. Consists of the towns of Hartford, 
Wethersfield, Berlin, Southington, and Rocky Hill. 

2. Enfield, Suffield, East Widosor, East Hartford, 
Glastenbury, Marlborough, Manchester., and South 
Windsor. 

3. Hartland, Granby, Simsbury, Windsor, Canton, 
Farmington, Bristol, Burlington, Avon and Bloomfield. 

4. New Haven, Hamden, and Woodbridge. 

5. Derby, Oxford, Southbury, Middlebury, Water- 
bury, Milford, Bethany, Orange, Wolcott, and Nauga- 
tuck. 

6. East Haven, Cheshire, Meriden, Wallingford, 
Bran ford, Guilford, Madison, North Branford, North 
Haven, and Prospect. 

7. New London, Groton, Ledyard, Stonington, and 
Waterford. 

8. Norwich, North Stonington, Preston, Griswpld, 
Lisbon, and Franklin. 



54 COMMISSIONERS. 

9. Lyme, Colchester, Lebanon, Montville, Salem, 
Bozrah, and East Lyme. 

10. Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, Huntington, 
Weston, Trumbull, Monroe, and Westport. 

11. Danbury, Ridgefield, Redding, Brookfield, New- 
town, New Fairfield and Sherman. 

12. Nor walk, Darien, Stamford, Greenwich, New 
Canaan, and Wilton. 

13. Brooklyn, Canterbury, Hampton, Plainfield, 
Sterling, Voluntown, Windham, and Chaplin. 

14. Ashford, Killingly, Pomfret, Thompson, and 
Woodstock. 

15. Litchfield, Harwinton, New Hartford, Torring- 
ton, Winchester, Barkhamsted, and Colebrook. 

16. New Milford, Warren, Washington, Roxbury, 
Bethlem, Woodbury, Watertown, and Plymouth. 

17. Salisbury, Canaan, Norfolk, Sharon, Cornwall, 
Goshen, and Kent. 

18 Middletown, Durham, Chatham, and Portland. 

19. Haddam, East Haddam, Killingworth, Saybrook, 
Chester, Westbrook and Clinton. 

20. Tolland, Ellington. Somers, Stafford, Union, and 
Willington. 

21. Bolton, Coventry, Columbia, Mansfield, Hebron, 
and Vernon. 



Commissioners 

OF TURNPIKE ROADS, BRIDGES, FERRIES, &C. 



Appointed by the Senate — May, 1845. 

ON TURNPIKE ROADS. 

No. 1. Boston, Ammon Knowlton, Rufus B. Chamber- 
lin. 

2. Bridgeport, Charles Johnson, Birdseye B. 

Plumb. 

3. Chatham and Marlborough, Abner S. Bevans- 

4. Cheshire, Avery C. Babcock, George Cooke. 



COMMISSIONERS. 55 

5. Colchester and Chatham, Newhall Taintor, 

Charles H. Pelton. 

6. Centre, Luther Childs, Rufus Rider. 

7. Chester and North Killingworth, Horace Red- 

field, Ambrose Webb. 

8. Colchester and Norwich, Russel Wyles, Oliver 

Woodworth. 

9. Columbia, Elam Loomis, George Williams. 

10. Connecticut, Joshua B. Ferris, Jessup Alvord. 

11. Cornwall and Washington, none appointed. 

12. Canaan and Litchfield, Horatio N. Wetherill, 

William Lyman. 

13. Connecticut and Rhode Island, John Day, Joseph 

Scarborough. 

14. Danbury and Ridgefield, Isaac H. Seeley, Oliver 

Stone. 

15. Durham and East Guilford, discontinued. 

16. East Haddam and Colchester, Alfred J. Loomis 

Ozias Holmes. 

17. East Middle, Asa Thompson, Hubert Scovill. 

18. Essex, Jared C. Redfield, Joseph Ellsworth. 

19. Farmington River, Asa White, Virgil Taylor. 

20. Fairfield, Redding and Weston, none appointed. 

21. Fairhaven, David Evarts, Nehemiah Smith. 

22. Goshen and Sharon, Darius Webb, Amos David- 

son. 

23. Granby, none appointed. 

24. Greenwoods, Samuel Johnson, Hosea Hinsdale. 

25. Groton and Stonington, Elias Hewitt, Benjamin 

F. Palmer. 

26. Guilford and Durham, Augustus How, Abel 

Russel. 

27. Hartford and New London, George Foot, Hea- 

ekiah Goddard. 

28. Hartford and New Haven, Horatio Gridley, 

Eleazer Warner. 

29. Hartford, Tolland, Windham, and New London 

County, Leonard Hendee, Leonard Hibbard. 

30. Hartford and Tolland, Ashbel Olmsted, Alonzo 

Bailey. 



56 COMMISSIONERS. 

31. Hebron and Middle Haddam, Sylvester C. Dun" 

ham, Humphrey T. Fuller. 

32. Humphreysville and Salem Bridge, Hiram 

Upson, David B. Clark. 

33. Housatonic, none appointed. 

34. Huntington, Lewis Fairchild, Hall Beardsley. 

35. Killingworth, Josiah C. Chittenden, Jonathan 

Lane. 

36. Litchfield and Cornwall, Frederick Plumb, 

Amos C. Bishop. 

37. Litchfield and Harwinton, Jonathan Rossiter, 

Charles S. Buel. 
3S. Litchfield and New Milford, William Coe, Hen- 
ry W. Booth. 

39. Middlesex, William S. Camp, Jedediah Post. 

40. Middletown and Berlin, Noah Smith, David 

Harrison. 

41. Middletown and Durham, Phineas Parmelee, 

George Rose. 

42. Middletown and Meriden, Brainard Montague, 

Enos Curtis. 

43. Mohegan, Robert Comstock, Nathaniel B. Brad- 

ford. 

44. Monroe and Zoar Bridge, William A. Clark, 

Stephen Middlebrook. 

45. Moosup, none appointed. 

46. New Milford and Roxbury, Amasa Lathrop, 

Matthew Logan. 

47. Norwich and Salem, Levi H. Goddard, Elias 

Cottrell. 

48. New Haven and Derby, Benjamin Beecher, 

George Blakeman. 

49. New Haven and Milford, David H. Carr, David 

Mills. 

50. New London and Lyme, Richard E. Lord, Fran- 

cis B. Loomis. 

51. New London and Windham County, Amos 

Witter, George Harvey. 

52. New Milford and Sherman, discontinued. 

53. New Preston, Edward Hart, Roswell Lampson. 
.54. Northfield, Albert Guthrie, Alanson Coley. 



COMMISSIONERS. 57 

55. Norwalk and Danbury, Charles Marvin, Timo- 

thy B. Hickok. 

56. Norwalk and Newtown, William Beard, Lem- 

uel Beers. 

57. Norwich and Woodstock, Charles Matthewson, 

Charles F. Avery. 

58. Oxford, Erastus Osborn, Daniel Tucker. 

59. Providence, Samuel Reynolds, James Brown. 

60. Rimmon Falls, Samuel A. Hine, Joseph Parker. 

61. Salem and Hamburg, Samuel C. Ely, Levi H. 

Goddard. 

62. Sharon and Cornwall, Charles Sears, Hezekiah 

C. Gregory. 

63. Sympauge, Barney Bartram, Elizur Benedict. 

64. Shetucket, Apple ton Meech, George Loring. 

65. Stratford, none appointed. 

66. Still River, Elisha Smith, D. C. Y. Moore. 

67. Southington and Waterbury, Joel Johnson, Ste- 

phen Walkley. 

68. Sandy Brook, Calvin Sage, Richard A. Doo- 

little. 

69. Straits, Anson Sperry, Joseph Parker. 

70. Sugar Hollow, Benjamin D Norris, Henry 

Wildman. 

71. Talcott Mountain, Ezekiel Woodford, Henry 

Jones. 

72. Thompson, William Fisher, Caleb B. Crosby. 

73. Tolland County, none appointed. 

74. Torrington, Isaac Barnes, Uri Taylor. 

75. Tolland and Mansfield, Solomon L. Griggs, 

Brewster P. Swift. 

76. Washington, none appointed. 

77. Windham County, Henry Waters, Joseph 

Hutchins. 

78. Windham and Mansfield, Burnham Lillibridge, 

Andrew Frink, jr. 

79. West Middle, none appointed. 

80. Windham and Brooklyn, John Palmer, Adams 

White. 

81. Waterbury River, Elias Cook, Joseph Bronson. 

82. Wolcottville, Reuben Cook, Abijah Munn. 



58 COMMISSIONERS. 

83. Weston, Daniel O. Wheeler, Mallet Seeley. 

84. Wells Hollow, George Shelton, William H. 

Peet. 

85. Warren, William Clark, Nelson Crane. 

86. Branch, Isaac Bennet, Henry Lewis. 

87. Monroe and Newtown, Thomas Burloch, Walter 

Clark. 

88. Fairfield County, Lewis C. Segee, William D. 

Meeker. 

89. Hadlyme, Joseph Warner, George Gates. 

90. 2d Chester and North Killingworth, Leman S, 

Franklin, Alexander H. Gilbert. 

91. Black Rock, none appointed. 

92. Sherman and Redding, Frederick Edwards, 

Philo S. Woodin. 

93. Hop River, Benjamin Sprague, John F. Bing- 

ham. 

94. North Killingworth and North Madison, Friend 

Phelps, Reuben K. Hinckley. 

95. Millington, none appointed, 

96. Litchfield and Plymouth, Henry Bissell, Merritt 

Warner. 

97. River, none appointed. 



ON BRIDGES, 

No. 1. Niantic, Joel Loomis, Avery Smith. 

2. Hartford, Henry Kilbourn, Jesse Judson, Miles 

A. Tuttle. 

3. Mystic, Amos Cliff, Isaac Dennison. 

4. Tomlinson's, Jesse Knevals, James Thomp- 

son, jr. 

5. Bridgeport, Abraham D. Baldwin, Robert 

Wilson. 
G. Washington, Selah Strong, Enoch Foot. 

7. Derby, Charles C. Tomlinson, David W. Plumb. 

8. Zoar, Samuel Meigs, Russel Wooster. 

9. Bennett's, Charles B. Hicox, Josiah Sanford. 
10. Hawley's, Andrew Northrop, Lemuel B. Nor- 
throp. 



COMMISSIONERS. 59 

11. New Milford, Roswell Morris, Alanson W. Can- 

field. 

12. Bull's Falls, Asahel Wedge, George B. Hall. 

13. Pratt's, none appointed. 

14. Norwich and Preston, William P. Nash, E. P. 

Miner, Charles Coit. 

15. Fuller's, Asahel Wedge, George B. Hall. 

16. Enfield, Timothy H. Abbe, Albert Clark. 

17. Boardman's, David M. Baldwin, William N. 

Canfield. 

18. Gaylord's, Theodore Buck, Hermon Merwin. 

ON FERRIES. 

)• 1. New London, John Hudson, John Dennis. 

2. Gales', Adam Larrabee, Daniel Williams. 

3. Chapman's, Jedediah Gardner, Jared H. Shaler. 

4. Warner's, Samuel P. Russel, Joseph M. Holmes. 

5. Higganum, Chauncey Childs, Anson Strong. 

6. East Haddam, Hubbard Ventrus, Timothy F. 

Green. 

7. Middle Haddam, Huntington Selden, Roswell 

Read. 

8. Essex, Marsh E. Anderson, Epaphroditus Nott. 

9. Rocky Hill, Theodore B. Rogers, Jas. Killam. 

10. Pratt's, John G. Mix, Ellery Hills. 

11. King's, none appointed. 

12. East Windsor, Henry Sill, Horace Newbury. 

13. Warehouse Point, Wm. Barnes, Horace Birge. 

14. Enfield. William N. King, Aholiab Johnson. 

15. Saybrook, Richard Griswold, Giles Blake. 

16. Haddam, Thomas Shaler, Theodore H. Arnold. 

17. Hartford and East Hartford, none appointed. 

18. Keeney's, John G. Mix, Ellery Hills. 



COMMISSIONERS ON RAILROADS. 

Hartford and New Haven Railroad. 
Ibhn B. Robertson, Samuel C. Johnson, William Field. 



60 COMMISSIONERS. 

Branch Company for building a Railroad. 
John B. Robertson, William Field, Samuel C. Johnson. 



Housatonic Railroad. 
Leman Church, Henry Dutton. 



Naugatuck Railroad, 
James Donaghe, Holbrook Curtis, Philo Pratt. 



New Britain and Plymouth Railroad. 
George Plummer, Nathaniel Goodwin, Romeo Lowrey, 



New York and Hartford Railroad. 
Gideon Welles, Holbrook Curtis, Eli T. Hoyt. 



New York and New Haven Railroad. 
Holbrook Curtis, Henry D. Smith, Samuel S. Warner. 



New York and Stonington Railroad. 
Russel Wheeler, John F. Trumbull, Jesse D. Noyes. 



Norwich and Worcester Railroad. 
Thomas Robinson, Edward Eldredge, Joseph B.Gay. 



Farming ton Canal. 
Tracy Peck, Richard Bacon, Henry Beecher. 



Connecticut River Company. 
Richard Bacon, Solomon Olmsted, Gideon Welles. 



Union Company. 
Jeremiah Brown, Jesse Goodrich, Henry Barnard. 



COMMISSIONERS. 61 

BANK COMMISSIONERS. 

Ezra Chappcll, William Mather, Jr., Nelson Brewster. 

Directors on the part of the Slate in the Banks to which 
their names are affixed, 

Bridgeport Bank. Daniel Hatch. 

Connecticut Bank. Reuben Tweedy. 

Danbury Bank. William Montgomery. 

Fairfield County Bank. Eli B. Bennett. 

Farmers and Mechanics Bank. Ellery Hills, Charles 
Boswell. 

Hartford Bank. James M. Bunce. 

Merchants Bank. La Fayette S. Foster. 

Middlesex County Bank. David Harrison. 

Middletown Bank. Charles W. Newton. 

New Haven Bank. Caleb Brintnall. 

New London Bank. P. D. Irish. 

Norwich Bank. Russell Hubbard. 

Phoenix Bank. Horace Freeman, Phillip Ripley- 
Tolland County Bank. Chauncey Griggs. 

Windham Bank. Justin Swift. 



COMMISSIONERS, 

Appointed by the Governor of Connecticut, to 
take the ackowledgment of Deeds, Deposi- 
tions, fyc, in the respective States where 
they reside. 

New York. E. E. Cowles, Charles T. Sterling, 
Charles Yeo, Russell Smith, William North, Spencer 
H. Stafford, G. R. Wake, Charles H. Waterbury, Joseph 
Wallis, George Ireland, Jr., W. E. Curtis, Effingham 
H. Nichols, A. U. Lyon, Albert Matthews, H. G. De 
Forest, Joseph B. Varnum, Peter S. Woodbury, John 
E. Baldwin, Jr. James Dunn, J. E. Burrell, Jr., Wm. 
E. Learned, Josiah Bissell, B. C. Leveridge, H. C. Cad) , 
D. L. Ramsey, J. R. Jessup.J. F.Clark, James Forsyth, 
Stephen D. Van Sehack, Alexander Watson, R. W 
Smith, S. D. Law, John Parsons, Daniel B. Beach, 



62 NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Massachusetts. Oliver Dimon, Ivers I. Austin, A 
D. Ely, William Gaston, B. H. Currier, T. C. Amorj 
Jr., C.C. Nutter, Edward Buck. 

Vermont. D. A. Heald. 

Rhode Island. Henry Martin. 

Ohio. A. M. Mitchell, J. W. Baldwin, Jerom 
Buckingham, S. L. Mather, W. L. Perkins, Willian 
Richards, Thomas Day, G. W. Stanley. 

Pennsylvania. JohnBinns. 

Maryland. William Hamilton. 

Kentucky. T. P. Shaflher. 

Missouri. Edward Crafts. 

Illinois. E. W. Tracy, Nathaniel Cook, C. B. Law 
re nee, Hiram Rountree. 

Michigan. C. S. Adams. 

Louisiana. William H. Hunt, W. C. Crary. 

Alabama. Thomas Hamilton, William Garrett. 



List of Notaries Public. 

COMMISSIONED IN 1844-5. 

Ashford. Horace Gaylord. 

Berlin. L. Lamb. 

Bridgeport. Philo Hurd, Isaac Sherman. Charlei 
Foot, George Burroughs. 

Bristol. Tracy Peck. 

Brooklyn. Charles White. 

Chaplin. Henry T. Hough, Walter Goodell. 

Coventry. Jasper Gilbert, John W. Boynton. 

Danbury. Sturges Selleck, Nathan L. White, Ly 
man Keeler, Edwin Benedict. 

Darien. Abram Clock. 

East Haddam. Timothy Holmes, Eliphalet A. Bulk 
ley. 

East Haven. Bela Farnham. 

East Windsor. Jesse Charlton. 

Fairfield. Francis D. Perry* 

Farmington. John Hooker. 4 

Franklin. Comfort D. Filmore. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. OtS 

Groton. Joseph Diyfee. 

Guilford. Ralph D. Smith, Edward R. Landon, 
Henry W. Chittenden. 

Griswold. Julian V. Pettis. 

Hartford. Walter Mitchell, Henry Fowler, Henry 
Perkins, Edward Goodman, James C. Walkley, Horatio 
T. Wells, Richard G. Drake, Francis Fellowes, Charles 
H. Tutlull, Erastus Smith, Wm. D. Ely, John W.Sey- 
mour, Samuel H. Parsons, Francis Parsons. 

Hebron. Lucius J. Hendee, Leonard Hendee. 

Haddam. Linus Parmelee, Smith Clark. 

Ledyard. Samuel A. Wood, John S. Lester. 

Lebanon. Leonard Hebard, George Kingsley. 

Lisbon. Henry R. Robbins. Jonathan Perkins. 
• Litchfieid. # Gideon H. Hollister, Francis Bacon, 
George C. Woodruff. 

Madison. Reynold Webb. 

Middletown. Dennis Sage, Jonathan Barnes, Chas. 
C. Tyler, Charles Whittlesey. 

Meriden. Benajah Andrews. 

Milford. William Strong. 

Montville. Nicholas Latimer, L. N. Beardslee. 

New London. Hiram Willey, Louis Bristol, E. F. 
Dutton, Joseph C. Douglass, William C. Crump, John 
P. C. Mather, Edward H. Learned. 

New Haven. John Beach, 2d., John B. Robertson, 
Sherman Scoville, Washington Webb, John T. Collis, 
Wm. B. Bristol, Richard Fitzgerald. Noyes Darling, 
Charles Robinson, Newel Johnson, Charles A. Judson, 
Henry White, Horace Andrews, Leonard A. Dagget. 

New Milford. David S. Boardman, Nathaniel Perry 

Newtown. Lemuel C. Blackman. 

North Branford. Anson Baldwin. 

North Haven. Daniel Pierpont. 

Norwich. David Youns:, Ebenezer Learned. George 
Perkins, George Hill, Wm. Henry Hill, Ralph H. 
Avery, Thomas Robinson, James Stedman, John Per- 
kins, Jared Carpenter. 

North Stonington. Russel Wheeler, R. G. Avery. 

Oxford. Noah Stone. 

Plainfield. John S. French, Joseph K. Spalding, 



64 NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Preston. Austin Brewster. 

Plymouth. A. B. Doolittle, Calvin Butler. 

Ridgefield. Nathan Smith. 

Say brook. Joseph N. Hayden, Giles Blake, E. W. 
Pratt. 

Stamford. Wm. H. Holly, N. D. Haight, Samuel 
R. Satterlee. 

Stonington. Asa Fish, Elisha Faxon, Simon Davis, 
John D. Noyes, George Hubbard, G. W. Noyes, 2d, 
Francis Amy, Gurdon Trumbull. 

Sterling. Henry C. Call, Amos I. Gallup, S. H. 
Gibbs, Francis Sheffield. 

Southbury. Erastus Osborn. 

Simsbury. Richard Bacon. 

Thompson. Simon Davis, Joseph B. (5ay. * 

Tolland. Jonathan R. Flynt, Elisha Stearns. 

Voluntown. Wm. S. Stanton. 

Windham. Calvin Hibbard, John Tracy, James C. 
Stamford, Thomas Gray, Samuel Bingham, Henry S. 
Walcot. 

Woodstock. John McClellan, John F. Williams. 

Wilton. Philip Betts, Samuel Belden. 

Waterbury. Norton J. Buel, Solomon B. Miner, Ed- 
ward B. Cook. 

Woodbury. Thomas Bull, Charles B. Phelps. 

Willington. Samuel D, Carver. 

Wolcott. Archibald Miner. 

Wethersfield. Archibald Welch, Hezekiah Belden. 



CONNECTICUT STATE PRISON. 

Directors — Philo Hurd, Bridgeport; Ezra Strong, 
Hartford. 
Warden — Elisha Johnson. 

Deputy Warden Walker. 

Chaplain— David Miller. 

COMMITTEE FOR REVISING THE MILITIA LAWS. 

Martin Kellogg, Charles T. Hillyer. 



POST OFFICES. 65 

Post Offices and Post Masters, 

IN CONNECTICUT. 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford, Joseph Pratt ; West, Elihu Olmsted. 

Avon, Noble Towner. 

Berlin, H. N. Galpin ; New Britain, Marcellus Clark; 

Kensington, Samuel B. Cowles. 
Bloomfield, Watson Hubbard. 
Bristol, George H. Mitchell. 
Burlington, Hiram Webster. 
Canton, Pomeroy Higby ; Canton Centre, Jer'h. Hallock; 

Collinsville, S. D. Marsh; N. Canton, C. Adams. 
East Hartford, Edward Phelps. 
East Windsor, Hiram Wafson ; Broad Brook, B. 
Phelps ; Warehouse Point, H. Pease, Jr. 
South Windsor, James H. Charlton. 
Enfield, Geer Terry; Thompsonville, Geo. C. Owen; 

Skittico, John King. 
Farmington, George D. Cowles; Plainville, William 

Hitchcock; Unionville, George Richards. 
Glastenbury, Benjamin Taylor; South, Oliver Brain- 

ard. 
Granby, Daniel Hayes; East, Elmore Clark; North, 

Abner Case ; West, J. D. Wilcox. 
Hartland, Calvin Benning ; West, T. D. Bosworth. 
Manchester, H. C. Woodbridge ; Buckland's Corner, 

William Jones ; Oakland, Whiting Risley. 
Marlborough, Asa Day. 
Rocky Hill, I. W. Shipman. 
Simsbury, J. 0. Phelps. 
Southington, Chester Whittlesey. 
Suffield, Geo. A. Loomis ; West, Charles Dennison. 
Wethersfield, J. Goodrich ; Newington, W. Deming. 
Windsor, Samuel 0. Loomis ; Locks, F. Brown ; Po- 

quonock, Cicero Phelps. 
5 



66 



POST OFFICES. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 



New Haven, Edward A. Mitchell; Fair Haven, H. L. 

Scranton; Westville, J. G. Hotchkiss. 
Bethany, W. F. Perkins. ' 
Branfovd, Orrin D. Squire. 
Cheshire, Charles Shelton. 
Derby Landing, Robert Gates ; Humphreysville, J. D. 

Smith. 
East Haven, Ruel Andrews. 

Guilford, E. Hutchinson ; N. Guilford, H. Fowler. 
Hamden, Leveret Hitchcock. 

Madison, Jonathan S. Wilcox; North, W. S. Elatchley. 
Meriden, Ira N. Yale. 
Middlebury, Say Peck. 
Milford, D. L. Hubbell. 
Naugatuck, 

North Branford, W. R. Renoids. 
Oxford, Samuel Wire. (Humphreysville.) 
Prospect, Robert H. Piatt. 
Southbury, C. H. Hall: Southford, Foot; South 

Britain, Anson Bray. 
Waliingford, Lorenzo Lewis. 
Waterbury. E. Leavenworth. 
Wolcott, William Welton. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London, Stanley G. Trott. 

Norwich, William L'Hommedieu ; Norwich Town, 
Henry B Tracy. 

Bozrah, Stephen Fitch ; Bozrahville, S. K. Andrews. 

Colchester, Daniel Bulkley Westchester, Giles Shat 
tuck. 

East Lyme, John L. Smith. 

Franklin, James H. Hyde. 

Griswold, -Thomas F. Edmond ; Jewett City, Samuel 
Button. 

Groton, Elijah Bailey ; K. W. Smith; Peleg W. Deni- 
son ; G. W. Chapman ; Sanford W. Morgan. 

Lebanon, Simeon Peckham ; Exeter, Elias S. Wil- 
liams ; Liberty Hill, G. S. Gay. 



POST OFFICES. 67 

Ledyard, C. Newton ; Gales Ferry, N. B. Brown. 

Lisbon, Hiram Taroox. 

Lyme, C. W. Wait; North, Erastus Stark ; Hamburgh, 
S. M. Brock way; Hadlyme, Eli P. Welles; South 
Lyme, Russell L. Chadwick. 

Montville, Chesterfield, James Turner; Uncasville, 
Wm G. Johnson. 

North Stonington, Thomas P. Wattles; Pendleton Hill, 
Andrew Chapman. / 

Pieston, H. Brown; Poquetannock, Asa Latham. 

Salem, Joseph Hillard; Gardner's Lake, David G. 
Gates. 

Stonington, B. F. States; Mystic, David Mallory; Mys- 
tic Bridge, Henry Harding. 

Waterford, Henry Gardner, 2d. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield, Edmund Hobart ; Southport, W. Sherwood, 

Jr. ; Greenfield Hill, Ira Benedict. 
Danbury, Ira R. Williams; Bethel, Hiram Weed. 
Bridgeport, P. F. Barnum. 
Brookfield, Henry Burr. 
Darien, James H. Gorham. 
Greenwich, Samuel Close ; Stanwich, Harvey Smith; 

Round Hill, 0. C. Knapp. 
Huntington, Christopher N. Shelton. 
Monroe, C. H. Beardsley; Stepney, Levi Edwards. 
Newtown, Henry May. 

Norwalk, Stephen Smith ; South, Horace Taylor. 
New Canaan, Charles Raymond. 
New Fairfield, Seeley Barnum. 
Ridgefield, Russell Jones ; Mill Plain, Elias Birchard; 

Ridgebury, Thomas St. John ; Scotfs Ridge, David 

Scott. 
Redding, Jared Olmsted; Redding Ridge, Floyd Tucker. 
Sherman. R. Fuller. 
Stratford, David Brooks. 

Stamford, Roswell Hoyt; North, Abishai Weed. 
Trumbull, E. Beach ; Long Hill, Miles Beardslee. 
Westport, G. L. Cable. 
Weston, Mallett Seeley. 
Wilton, Joseph P. Fitch. 



68 POST OFFICES. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 



Brooklyn, Byron Wheaton. 

Ashford, D. Clark; Eastford, J. Dorsett, Jr.; North, 

Cyril Keyes ; Westford. Michael Richmond. 
Canterbury, Richard Fenner; Westminster, P. Spicer. 
Chaplin, Walter Goodell. 
Hampton, William Brown ; Howard's Valley, S. Burn 

ham. 
Killingly, Leavens Jencks; North, George Warren; 

South, Cyrus Day; East, Elisha Stone; West, Silas 

Clapp. 
Plainfield, Henry Sabin ; Centre Village, J. J. Penrose ; 

Moosup, John Dunlap. 
Pomfret, Benjamin Child ; Landing, .B. F. Durkee ; 

Abington, Orin Sumner. 
Sterling, William Fenner. 
Thompson, Jeremiah Olney ; Wilkinson, J. 0. Fox ; 

New Boston, C. C. Wood; Fisherville, J. E. Fisher- 
Voluntowii, K. Gallup. 

Windham, John A. Perkins; N. Windham, Ralph Lin- 
coln ; Willimantic, Joshua B. Lord ; Scotland, David 

L. Fuller. 
Woodstock, Edward E. Bowen; North, A. Carpenter; 

West, J. F. Williams. 

LITCHTIFLD COUNTY. 

Litchfield, G. C. Woodruff'; S. Farms, W. L. Smedley; 

Milton, A. Guild; Northfield, Dan Catlin; Bantam 

Falls, L. Kenney. 
Barkhamsted, G. W. Merrills; Hitchcockville, Win. 

H. Phelps ; Pleasant Valley, Cornwall Doolittle. 
Bethlem, H. U. Peck. 

Canaan, William Watson; South, Wm. M. Burrall. 
Colebrook, Reuben Rockwell ; Colebrook River, Dan 

DeWolf ; North, , ames Marvin 
Cornwall, John R. Harrison; Bridge, Peter Bierce; 

West, George Wheaton 
Goshen, Myron Norton ; North, E. Wilson. 
Harwinton, Sheldon G. Gatlin. 



POST OFFICES, 69 

Kent, John H. St. John; North, L. B. Bull; South, W. 
T. Hopson. 

New Hartford, D. S. Bird ; Centre, J. F. Henderson. 

New Milford, S. E. Bostwick; Bridgewater, C. G. San- 
ford; Gaylord's Bridge, Sylva Marvin; Northville, 
S. Buckingham. 

Norfolk, N. B. Stevens. 

Plymouth, Calvin Talmage ; Hollow, Seth Thomas, Jr. 
Terryville, Hiram Welton. 

Roxbury, Myron Downs. 

Salisbury, Daniel S. Clapp ; Furnace Village, J. G. 
Mitchell; Chapinville, Harvilla Loup; Falls Vil- 
lage, John A. Ensign; Lime Rock, M. Barnum. 

Sharon, Judson St. John; Ellsworth, I. S. Everett. 

Torrington, Torringford, Nathaniel Smith; Wolcott- 
ville, R. C. Abernethy. 

Washington, Wm. Moody; New Preston, Alvin Brown; 
Woodville, F. C. Chittenden. 

Warren, Edmund R. Swift. 

Watertown, Merrit Hemingway. 

Winchester, Winsted, John Boyd. 

Woodbury, Charles H. Webb. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 
Middletown, Eli Wilcox ; North, N. Bushnell. 
Ch|pter, Gideon Parker, 2d: 
Chatham, Middle Haddam, Huntington Selden ; East 

Hampton, David Buell. 
Clinton, Achilles H. Elliott. 
Durham, R. H. Shelly. 
East Haddam, Daniel B. Warner ; Moodus, Ezra T, 

Jones ; Millington, J. P. Arnold ; Leesville, S. B. 

Wheelock. 
Haddam, Jonathan Arnold ; Higganum, Harvey Child. 
Killing worth, Horace Redfield. 
Portland, Charles H. Sage. 
Saybrook, Henry S. Chapman; Essex, A. F. Whitte- 

more ; Deep River, 0. Spencer ; Winthrop, J. Den- 

ison. 
Westbrook, A. T, Wilcox, 



70 RATES OF POSTAGE. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland, Joseph Bishop. 

Bolton, E. H. Williams. 

Columbia, B. Hartson. 

Coventry, J. C. Porter; South, S. Bidwell ; Andover, 
A.E Fitch. 

Ellington, Joel W. Smith ; Square Pond, Ephraim 
Dimmick. 

Hebron, Charles Post ; Gilead, Henry Higgins. 

Mansfield, J. Woodward ; Centre, Z. Storrs. 

Somers, Erasmus E. Hamilton; North, A. Kibbe. 

Stafford, H. M. Bolton ; Springs, D. Parkess; West, E. 
W. Bugbee. 

Union, D. L. Newell. 

Vernon, E. G. Brigham ; Rockville, James Stew T art ; 

Willington, Jonathan Weston; Moose Meadow, Benja- 
min Lillibridsre. 



Rates of Postage. 

For a single letter, not exceeding half an ounce, 
(avoirdupois,) sent not exceeding 300 miles, 5 cents. 

Sent over 300 miles, - - - - 10 cents. 

For every half ounce, and any excess over every half 
ounce, the same rates of postage ; and when advertised, 
two cents on each letter, or four cents, if the advertis- 
ing costs so much additional. 

For drop letters, (not to be mailed,) each 2 cents. 

For any printed circular, handbill or advertisement, 
unsealed, sent any distance, 2 cents. 

For any pamphlet, or other matter of every kind, 
that is " transmissible by mail" and has no written 
communication, of one ounce or less, or for a newspa- 
per exceeding 19,00 square inches of surfacce, 2£ cts. 

For each additional ounce, or an excess greater than 
a half ounce, ------ l cent. 

For any other newspaper, sent over 30, and not more 
than 100 miles, or any distance within the same 
State, ------- l cent 

Sent over such distance, - -lucent 



RATES OF POSTAGE. 71 

THE FRANKING PRIVILEGE. 

1. The President, Ex-Presidents, and Mrs. Madison 
and Mrs. Harrison, retain the franking privilege as 
regulated by former laws. 

2. The Vice President, Members of Congress, and 
delegates from Territories, 

May transmit public documents free during their 
official terms. 

May send and receive free, letters, newspapers, or 
packets, weighing under two ounces, during the ses- 
sion of Congress, and for thirty days before the com- 
mencement and thirty days after the close of any ses- 
sion, 

May receive letters free, not weighing over two 
ounces, during the recess. This does not include the 
interval from the close of one Congress to the com- 
mencement of the next. 

May transmit free written letters from themselves 
the whole year — that is, from sixty days before the 
commencement of any session until the meeting of the 
next Congress. 

3. The Secretaiy of the Senate and Clerk of the 
House of Representatives, 

May send free public documents during their official 
terms. 

May send and receive free letters, newspapers, and 
packages, not weighing over two ounces, during the 
session of Congress, and for thirty days before and after. 

May send free letters written by themselves during 
their official terms 

4. The Governors of States may send free the laws, 
records, and documents of the legislature to the Gov- 
ernors of other States. 

5. The three Assistant Postmasters General, 

May send free letters, packages, or other matters re- 
lating exclusively to their official duties or the business 
of the Post Office Department. 

, May receive all such letters and documents as relate 
to their own duties or that of the department, and have 
the postages remitted at the city post office. 

6. Deputy postmasters may send free all such letters 



72 



RATES OF POSTAGE. 



and packages as may relate exclusively to the business 
of their respective offices, and may have allowed all 
postages paid or charged to them in the settlement of 
their accounts. 

7. Exchange newspapers between editors pass free. 

8. Editors or publishers of newspapers may send 
their papers free within thirty miles of the place of 
publication. 

9. Communications addressed to the officers of the 
government, heretofore having the franking privilege, 
touching the business of their respective offices, are 
to be paid out of the contingent fund provided for their 
offices, or out of the treasury. 

NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTIONS, &C. 

All Postmasters are forbidden to send money to prin- 
ters, under his frank, and the following regulation is 
substituted, viz: Money may be left with a Postmaster, 
(in no instance exceeding $10) for the purpose of be- 
ing paid to distant publishers, if said publishers shall 
so desire. The Postmaster may retain 1 per cent., and 
give his receipt for the balance, which will be paid to 
the publisher by the Postmaster where payable, he also 
deducting 1 per cent, commission. 

No packet, weighing more than three, pounds, can 
be sent by mail, nor bound books of any size, except 
books sent by Governors of States. 



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CLERGYMEN. 79 

Clergymen. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford. Joel Havves, D. D., Horace Busline!!, D. 
D., Tliomas H. Gallaudet, Waller Clark, Thomas 
Bobbins, D. D.,c. ; Robert Turnbull, Gurdon Robins, 
Robert R. Raymond. Andrew M. Smith, Elisha Cush- 
man, b. ; Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell. D. D., George 
Burgess, Silas Totten, I). D., Arthur C. Coxe, e. ; W. 
K. Stopford, m. ; John Brady, r.c. 

Avon. Stephen Hubbell, John Barllett, c. ; C. W. 
Potter, b. 

Berlin. Royal Robbins, Charles Sherman, Samuel 
Rockwell, Wni. W. Wood worth, c. ; Samuel W. Law, 
M. ; John M. Guion, e; ; Asahel Cliapin, b. 

Bristol. R. H. Seeley, c. ; J. S. Covell, e. ; A. S. 
Francis, m. ; Edward Savage, b. 

• Bloomfi Id. Wm. S. Knapp, b. ; Francis C. Hill,M. ; 
Ransom Warner, e. ; Raymond, c. 

Burlington. James Noyes, Erastus Scranton,' c. ; 
John B. Beach, m. ; David Bennett, b. 

Canton. Charles McLean, Jairus Burt, c; George 
B. Atwell, b. 

East Hartford. Samuel Spring, c. ; Charles Fletcher, 
Daggett, m. ^ 

East Windsor. Henry H. Bates, e.; Shubae! Bart- 
lett, c; Lamberton, F. W. Bill, m. 

Enfield. Francis L. Robbins, c. ; Joseph Harvey, p. 
Philip Burlin^ame, s. ; Turner, Daniel Rogers, m. 

Farmington. Noah Porter, D. D., R. Woodruff, W. 
Wright, c. ; S. H. Clark, m. ; Wm. Payne, e. 

Gtastenbury. James A. Smitli, Warren G. Jones, 
Aaron Snow, c. ; Giles H. Beshon, e. ; L. Daggett, 
• — Benton, m. 

Granby. J. C. Houghton, Sanborn, c. ; Rush- 
more, m. ; Ransom Warner, e. 

Hanland. Aaron Gates, c. ; Asa Bushnell, Jr., m. 

Manchester. Wm. B. Corbyn, e. ; B. F. Northrop, 
Enoch Burt, c. ; V. R. Osborne, M. 

Marlborough. Hiram Bel', c. ; Loren C. Collins, m. 



80 CLERGYMEN. 

Simsbury. Ransom Warner, E. Allen McLean, c. 

Southington. Elisha C. Jones, c. 

Rocky Hill. Calvin Chap n, D. D., c. ; Charles 
Bartlett, m. 

Suffield. A. C. Washburn, J. W. Sessions, c. ; D. 
Ives, A. M. Torbitt, b. ; H. T. Geralds, m. 

Wethersfield. Mark Tucker, D. D., Joab Brace, c. ; 
Wm. S. Stillwell, m. 

Windsor. T. A. Lette, c. ; Joseph Henson, m. , 
Wm. Payne, e. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

New Haven. Leonard Bacon, D. D„ Samuel W. S. 
Dutton, Elisha L. Cleaveland, Edward Strong, Leveret* 
Griggs, (Yale College,) Jeremiah Day, D. D., Nathaniel 
W. Taylor, D. D., Eleazar T. Fitch, D. D. : (Westville,) 
Judson A. Root, (African,) Amos G. Beman, c; H. 
Croswell, D. D., Joseph H. Nichols, Samuel Cooke, 

Stephen Jewett, e. ; Brewer, m. ; ( Westville,) T. 

C. Teasdale, E. T. Winter, b. ; James Smith, r. c. 

Bethany. F. B. Woodward, e. ; D. B. Butts, p. 

Branford. Timothy P. Gillett, c. ; Frederic Miller, 
Jr., e. ; A. C. Wheat, b. 

Cheshire. E. E. Beardsly, Seth B. Paddock, E. 
Daniel Marsh, c. ; S. W. Smith, m. 

Derby. William B. Ashley, John Purves, N. S. 
Richardson, e. ; George Thacher, William B. Curtiss, 
c. ; Joseph D. Marshall, Sylvester Smith, Samuel R. 
Hickox, George L. Fuller, m. 

East Haven. Stephen Dodd, c. ; George W. Nich- 
ols, E. 

Guilford. David Baldwin, L. T. Bennett, e. ; E. E. 
Hall, David Root, Zolva Whitmore, c. ; J. A. Edmonds, 
M. ; A. B. Goldsmith, b. 

Hamden. James Birney, Austin Putnam, c. ; Chas. 
W. Everest, e.; Joseph H. Frost, m. ; David Bradley, b. 

Madison. S. N. Shepard, c; George F. Kettell, M. 

Meriden. George W. Perkins, c. ; Hervey Miller, b. ; 
Cyrus Munson, e. ; George A. Hubbell, m. j Philo 
Hawks, s. a. 



CLERGYMEN. 81 

Middlebury. E. O. Beers, D. Wooster, S. W. 
Treat, m. 

Milford. Thomas Brace, Asa M. Train, c. ; Ferdi- 
nand E. White, e. ; John H. Waterbury, Stephen B. 
Bangs, m. 

North Branford. George I. Wood, Wm. J. Board- 
man, c. 

Naugatuck. Oliver Hopson, e. 

North Haven. Henry Fitch, e. 

Oxford. George B. Eastman, e. ; Stephen Topliff, p. 

Southbury. William H. Whittemore, O. B. Butter- 
field, c. 

Wolcott. Aaron C. Beach, c. 

Wallingford. Hilliard Bryant, e. ; Edwin R. Gil- 
bert, c. ; Albert E. Denison, b. 

Waterbury. Jacob L. Clark, e. 

Woodbridge. John D. Smith, e. 



NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London. Abel McEwen, Joseph Hurlbut, Try- 
on Edwards, c. ; Robert A. Hallam, e. ; Jabez S. Swan, 
L. G. Leonard, e. ; Thomas J. Greenwood, u. ; John 
Brady, r. c. 

Norwich. Hiram P. Arms, Alonzo Bond, A. L. 
Whitman, John W. Ray, c. ; YVillam F. Morgan, e. j 

Miner G. Clark, Wm. Palmer, Rising, D. B. 

Cheney, b. ; D. N. Bentley, Daniel Dorchester, Franklin 
Garitt, E. Blake, Ralph W. Allen, m. ; L. C. Brown, u. 

Bozrah. James H. Stanton, M. ; E. Loomis, b. j W. 
M. Burchard, Perkins, c. 

Colchester. Joel R. Arnold, Spofford D. Jewett, c. ; 
Pierpont Brocket, b. ; M. Alderman, m. 

East Lyme. Frederick Gridley, c; Chester Tilden, 
James Hepburn, B. ; Tarbush, M. 

Franklin. Samuel Nott, D. D., c. ; Comfort D. Fill- 
more, M. 

Groton. Jared R. Avery, c. j J. B. Berg, M.; Ruth- 
ford Russell, b. 

Lisbon. Joseph Ayer, Levi Nelson, c. ; CD. Fill- 
more, M. 

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82 CLERGYMEN. 

Ledyard. Timothy Tuttle, c. ; Ralph Hurlbut, m, ? - 
Dexter Potter, e. ; Stephen H. Peckham, e. 

Lebanon. J. C. Nichols, J. R. Brown, I. T. Otis r c. 

Lyme. David S. Brainard, c. 

Montville. Anson Gleason, S. F. Beard, c. j Palmer 
Meach, b. ; L. Leffingwell, — Denison, m. 

Preston. A. B. Collins, c. ; N. V. Stedman, b. 

Salem. Charles Thompson, c. 

Stonington. N. B. Cook, Wm. Clift, c.j Albert C, 
Palmer, b. 

North Stonington. James R. Stone, Thomas Bar- 
ber, Charles H. Gates, b. 

Waterford. Francis Darrow, Palmer G. Whitman, 
F. D. b.; Lester T. Rogers, s. d. b. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY- 

Fairfield. Lyman EL Atwater, Thomas B. Sturges, 
c. ; Charles Adams, m.; Nathaniel E. Com well, Sam- 
uel Nichols, e. 

Danbury. Thomas T. Guion, H. Olmstead, Jr., e. j 
Rollin H. Stone, c. ; Fitch Reed, m. ; Rufus K. Bella- 
my, Seth Higby, b. ; S. J. HiHyer,u. j Nathaniel Bishop, 
s. ; Levi Osborn, c. b. 

Bridgeport. John H. Hunter, Nathaniel Hewitt, 
D. D., c. ; Gurdon S. Coit, e. •, James H. Perry, m. ; 

— Reed, b.; S. B. Brittan, u. ; Lineh, r. c. - 7 

Joseph Hicks, Charles Barch, a. 

Brookfield. H. D. Noble, e. ; D. C. Curtis, c. ; L. C. 
Atwater, b. ; S. Weeks, m. 

Darien. Ezra D. Kinney, p. 

Greenwich. Samuel B. S. Bissell, C. Wilcox, c; 
Benjamin M. Yarrington, e. : E. C. Putney, m. ; E. S. 
Raymond, b. 

Huntington. George S.Gordon, e. ; Charles N.Sey- 
mour, c. ; Gardner Clark, b. 

Monroe. R. D. Gardner, c. ; Rodney Rossiter, e.; 
Horatio N. Weed, m. 

Norwalk. Wm. C. Mead, D. D., e. ; Edwin Hall, 
Zerah K. Hawley, c. ; James J. Woolsey,B. ; Wm. C. 
Hoyt, m. 



CLERGYMEN. OtS 

Newtown. 

New Canaan. Theophilus Smith, c. ; Wm. Everitt, 
e.; Jarr.es H. Romer, m. ; William Biddle, b. 

New Fairfield. Henry H. Morgan, c.j Uriah 
Mead,M. 

Redding. Daniel D. Frost, c. ; David H. Short, e. ; 
Wm. F, Collins, e. m. Joseph J. Smith, p. m. 

Ridgefield. Thaddeus M. Leavenworth, e. 

Stratford. William B. Weed, c. ; John Morgan, e.; 
J. Husted, m. 

Sherman. Samuel Wieks, m.; J. B. Sodard, b. 

Stamford. Daniel Smith, J. W. Alvord, N. E. Pier- 
son, c. ; A. S. Todd, e. ; P. C. Oakley, Sands Adams, 
George Waterbury, m. ; EbenezerS. Raymond, b. 

Trumbull. John S. Whittlesey, c; Wm. W. Bron- 
son, David G. Tomlinson, e. 

Westport. Henry Benedict, Giles M. Porter, c. ; 
Edward C. Bull, e. ; Ira Abbott, m. 

Weston. Charles T. Prentice, c. 

Wilton. John Smith, c. ; D. H. Short, e.; 

Smith, m. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn. George J. Tillotson, c. ; Riverius Camp, 
e. ; Herman Snow, u. 

Ashford. Francis Williams, C. Adams, c. ; G. 
Mixter, Washington Munger, R. Putney, b. 

Canterbury. 

Chaplin. Erastus Dickinson, c. 

Hampton. William Barnes, o.j R. V. Lyon, b. ; 
D. DeWolf, m. ; Isaac H. Coe, Alfred Burnham, ch. 

Killingly. T.O.Rice, I.Baldwin, c. ; Da- 
mon, b. ; John Hewson, m. ; George Greenslit, ch. 

Plainfielcl. Andrew Dunning, d.j James Smith, D. 
D. Lyon, b. 

Pomfret. Daniel Hunt, Edward Prat', c. ; Roswell 
C. Park, e. ; Isaac I. Burges, Benjamin F. Congrion, b. 

Sterling. John Gardner, Peleg Peckham, b. ; Jacob 
Allen, c. 

Thompson. Daniel Dow, D. D., c. : Charles Wil- 



84 CLERGYMEN. 

lett, James Grow, b. ; R; Livesey, Palmer, Wm. 

Hurd, M. 

Voluntown. Charles S. Weaver, Gersbom Palmer, b. 

Windham. A, Nichols, e. ; John E. Tyler, Andrew 

Sharp, Thomas Tallman, c. ; - Wheeler, b. ; H. 

Greenslit, ch.; — Slade, Baker, u. 

Woodstock. Thomas Boutelle, Benjamin Ober, Jon- 
athan Curtis, c. ; John Paine, H. Bromley, b. ; 

Benton, m. ; Holmes Sla e, u. 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield. D. L. Parmelee, J. F. Norton, J. L. 
Dickinson, c. ; Truman Marsh, Isaac Jone c , S. Fuller, 
G. C. V. Eastman, e. ; Wm. Dixon, m. 

Bark ham ted. Reuben S. Hazen, Luther H. Barber, 
c. ; Henry Anderson Archer, m.; William C. Frisbie, e. 

Bethlem. Jonathan Coe, e. ; Fosdick Harrison, c. 

Canaan. Harley Goodwin, D. D. Francis, c. ; Geo. 
W. Fash, e. 

Cornwall. Joshua L. Maynard, Hiram Day, p.; 
Rufus K. Reynolds, m. ; J. P. Barnett, b. 

Colebrook. Alfred E. Ives, c. ; Erastus Doty, b. 

Goshen. Lavaleete Perrin, p. ; Daniel L. Sparks, M. 

Harwinton. Wm. H. Frisbie, e. 

Kent. George W. Fash, e. 

New Hartford. Cyns Yale, Alexander Leadbetter, 
c. James Hardy, m. 

New Milford. John Greenwood, James Kilbourn. c. ; 
Enoch Huntington, W. Atwill, e. ; Elias Gilbert, Sam- 
uel Weeks, m. ; E. Beecher, D. Baldwin, b. 

Norfolk. Josep'j Eldridge, c. ; A. B. Hubbard, b. ; 
G. C. Bancroft, m. 

Plymouth. Wm. Watson, John M. Guion, e.; 
Ephraim Lyman, Harvey D. Kitchel, Merrill Richard- 
son, c. ; George Kerr, m. 

Roxbury. Austin Isham, c. ; George L. Foote, e. 

Salisbury. Adam Reid, c. ; Davis W. Clark, M.; 
Wm Warland, e. 

Sharon. Martin Moody, e. 

Torringford. John A. McKinstry, c. ; Henry Zell, 
b. : John M. Reid, Olmsted, m. 



CLERGYMEN. oO 

Warren. John R. Keep, c. ; Charles Everett, M. ; 
Richard D. Kitby, M. 

Washington. Guidon Hayes, Hollis M. Read, c. ; 
George L. Foot. Alfred M. Soutrel, e. 

Watertown. F. Holcomb, D. D., e. ; Philo R. Hurd, 
c. ; Nelson A. DePue, m. 

Winchester. Frederick Marsh, c. 

Woodbury. Samuel R. Andrew, John S. Churchill, 
c. ; David P. Sanford, e. ; Gad S. Gilbert, m. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown. John R. Crane, D. D., Zebulon 
Crocker, Andrew L. Stone, James H. Francis, c. ; Fred- 
erick S. Goodwin, e. ; Stephen Olin, D. D., J. L. Gilder, 
Laban Clark, Joseph Holdrich, D. D. ; Daniel Burrows, 
m. ; Fredetick Wightman, William G. Howard, Levi 
H. Wakeman, b. ; Townsend B. Abel, u. 

Chatham. Philo Judson, c. ; Robinson, m. 

Chester. Amos L. Chesebrough, c. 

Clinton. Enoch S. Huntington, c. ; John B. Guilde, 
B. ; Burton, m. 

Durham. David Smith, D. D., c. ; Nathaniel Kel- 
logg, M. 

East Haddam. Isaac Parsons, Nathaniel Miner, Ste- 
phen A. Loper, c. ; Alpheus Geer, William S. Sim- 
mons, m. 

Haddam. S. F. Jarvis, D. D., e. 

Killingworth. Ephraim G. Swift, c. • E. P. Acker- 
man, M. 

Portland. William Jarvis, Samuel Moody Emery, e. ; 
Hervey Talcott, c. 

Saybrook. Ethan B. Crane, Joseph D. Hull, F. W. 
Chapman, c. ; J. M. Willey, Joseph Scott, e. ; Wm. H. 
Card, L. Muzzey, Mills, b.; N. C. Lewis, m. 

Westbrook. William A. Hyde, c. 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland. Abram Marsh, c. ; Joseph Howard, Jo- 
seph Clark, m. 



86 BISHOPS. 

Bolton. James Ely, p. ; Abraham Hoi way, m. ; 
Ebenezer Robinson, u. 

Coventry. George A. Calhoun, Alpha Miller, 
Blake, c. ; W7 Corbyn, e. 

Columbia. James W. Woodward, c. 

Ellington. Diodate Brockway, N. H. Eggleston, c. 

Hebron. Solomon G. Hitchcock, e. ; Edgar I. Doo- 
little, Charles Nichols, c. ; James M. Staunton, m. 

Mansfield. Anson S. Atwood, p. ; A. R. Livermore, 
c. ; John Blackmer, m. ; Bela Hicks, b. 

Somers. Joseph Vaill, c. ; Marvin Liffingwell, m. 

Stafford. George H. Woodward, c. ; Ira Washburn, 
u. ; Leonard, m. 

Union. Samuel I. Curtis, c. 

Vernon. Albert Smith, Horace Winslow, c. 

Willington. David Bancroft, c. ; Addison Parker, B. 



BISHOPS OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES. 

Rt. Rev. Philander Chase, D. D., Illinois, Presiding 

Bishop. 
Carlton Chase, D. D., New Hampshire. 
Manton Eastburn, D. D., Massachusetts. 
John P. K. Henshaw, D. D., Rhode Island and Maine. 
John H. Hopkins, D. D„, Vermont. 
Thomas C.Brownell, D. D., LL. D. Connecticut. 
Samuel A. McCoskry, D. D., (provi.) New York. 
William H. De Lancey, D. D., Western New York. 
George W. Doane, D. D., New Jersey. 
Alonzo Potter, D. D., Pennsylvania/ 
Alfred Lee, D. D. } Delaware. 
William R. Whittin^ham, D. D., Maryland. 
William Meade, D. D., Virginia. 
Levi S. Ives, D. D., LL. D., North Carolina. 
Christopher E. Gadsden, D. D., South Carolina. 
Stephen Elliott, D. D., Georgia and Florida. 
Charles P. Mcllvaine, D. D., Ohio. 
James H. Otey, D. D., Mississippi and Tennessee. 



INSTITUTIONS. 87 

Benjamin B. Smith, D.D., Kentucky. 

Samuel A. McCoskry, D. D., Michigan. 

Jackson Kemper, D. D., Wisconsin, Iowa and Indiana. 

Leonidas Polk, D. D., Louisiana. 

John Johns, D. D., Assistant Bishop of Virginia. 

Nicholas Hamner Cobbs, D. D., Alabama. 

Cicero Stephens Hawks, D. D., Missouri. 



OFFICERS OF THE ASYLUM. 

Hon. Thomas S. Williams, President. 

Vice Presidents for life, by subscription — Samuel Ap- 
pleton, Esq., Boston; Daniel Wadsworth, Esq., Charles 
Sigourney, Esq., Hartford. 

Vice Presidents — Ward Woodbridge, Thomas Day, 
Samuel Tudor, David Watkinson, James Ward, Chas. 
Seymour, James B. Hosmer, Barzillai Hudson. 

Directors — Seth Terry, Charles Goodwin, Russel 
Bunce, James H. Wells, John Beach, Amos M. Collins, 
Francis Parsons, David F. Robinson, Calvin Day, 
Thomas C. Perkins. 

Barzillai Hudson, Secretary. 

James B. Hosmer, Treasurer. 

Seth Terry, Commissioner of the Fund. 

INSTRUCTORS. 

Lewis Weld, A. M., Principal. 

Assistants— Laurent Clerc, A. M., Wm. W. Turner, 
A. M., Luzerne Ray, A. M ., Collins Stone, A. M., Jared 
A. Ayres, A. B., Henry B. Camp, A. B., Lucius H. 
Woodruff, A. M., Wilson Whiton, Oliver D. Cooke, 
A.B., 

James L. Wheeler, Monitor. 

William W. Turner, Steward. 

Mrs. Phebe C. White, Matron. 



88 INSTITUTIONS. 

OFFICERS OF THE RETREAT FOR THE INSANE. 

Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, President. 
David Wa kinson, Vice President. 
William T. Lee, Treasurer. 
A.M. Collins. Auditor. 
Charles Sheldon, Secretary. 

Directors — James Ward, Joseph Trumbull, George 
Sumner, John Butler, Thomas H. Gallaudet, Charles 
Sheldon, Isaac D. Bull, Thomas C. Perkins, Roderick 
Terry, John Olmsted, Cyprian Nichols, Thomas Day, 
Griffin Stedman, William T. Lee, Amos M. Collins, 
Nathan Johnson, Alfred Smith, John S. Butler, Thomas 
Robbins, Gideon Welles. 

State Commissioners — His Excellency Roger S.Bald- 
win, John T. Norton, Esq., Leonard Hebard, Esq. 

Medical Visitors — George Sumner, M. D., N. B. 
Ives, M. D., Archibald Welch, M. D., Benjamin Ro- 
gers, M. D., WilliamS. Pierson, M. D., E. K. Hunt, 
M. D. 

Managers— James H. Wells, Charles Sheldon, Wm. 
T. Lee. 

Visiting Committee of Ladies — Mrs. R. Watkinson, 
Mrs Charles Sheldon, Mrs. William T. Lee. 

John S. Butler, M. D., Physician and Superintendent, 

Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet^ Chaplain. 

George W. Ives, Apoihecary. 

Mr. Virgil Cornish, Steward. ■ 

Mrs. M. H. Cornish, Matron. 

Terms of admission— For patients belonging to this 
State, with the usual accommodations, S3 00 per week. 

For those belonging to other States, $3 50 per week. 

For patients belonging to this State, 
with accommodations in the centre 
building, and a separate attendant, $10 00 per week. 

For those belonging to other States, $12 00 per week. 

No patient to be admitted for a shorter term than 
three months, and payment for that term to be made in 
advance. 



INSTITUTIONS. 89 



GENERAL HOSPITA^SOCIETY. 

President — Jonathan Knight, M. D. 

Vice President — Hon. Dennis Kimberly. 

Treasurer — Amos Townsend, jr. 

Secretary— P. A. Jewett, M. D. 

Prudential Committee— S. P. Beers, M. D., V. M. 
Dow, M. D., S. M. Stone, Esq. 

Visitors— Doct. John Skinner, S. P. Beers, M. D., S. 
Punderson,M. D., Henry Peck, Esq., J. Donaghe, Esq., 
Norris Wilcox, Esq. 

Physicians and Surgeons — J. Knight, M. D., Chas. 
Hooker, M. D., E. H. Bishop, M. D., P. A. Jewett, 
M. D., J. A. Totten, M. D., Levi Ives, M. D. 

Agent for U. S. Marine Hospital — P. A. Jewett, 
M.D. 

Agent for Subscriptions — Doct. John Skinner. 
Agents to loan Money — A. Townsend, jr., V. M. 
Dow, M. D. 

Steward — Charles Ball. 

The Hospital is open for the reception of patients at 
three dollars per week. This amount covers all expen- 
ses for board, medicine, medical attendance, and surgi- 
cal operations in ordinary cases. When extra attend- 
ance is required, a small additional charge is made. 
The services of the Physicians and Surgeons are 
gratuitous. 



90 



CITIES. 

Incorporated Cities. 



HAHTFORD. 

AMOS M. COLLINS, Mayor. 

Seth Terry, Recorder. 
Aldermen and Judges. 
Timothy M. Allen, Phillip Ripley. 
Lemuel Humphrey, > AUermen 
Daniel W. Clark, $*M aermen - 
Common Council. 
Barzillai Hudson, Charles Goodwin, E. B. Pratt, 
Ezra Clark, Jr., Allen S. Stillman, William D. Eaton, 
Walter Pease, Jr., Charles Wells, Roswell Brown, 
Frederick A. Hale, Hoyt Freeman, Michael Chauncey, 
Roswell Blodget, Lucien B. Hanks, Francis Birge, 
William B. Ely, Charles T. Webster, James Gordon, 
Charles Benton, G. R. Phelps. 
Clerk — Henry Francis. 
Clerk of City Court — Chauncey Howard. 
Treasurer — Nathaniel Goodwin. 
Auditor — William N. Matson. 
Collector — Henry Hastings. 
Sheriffs — Henry Hastings, Nathan Starkweather. 
City Court held on the 1st Monday in each month. 
Annual Meeting, 3d Monday in April. 



NEW HAVEN. 

PHILIP S. GALPIN, Mayor. 

Aldermen and Judges. 
Beriah Bradley, Marcus Merriman, Jr. 
Atwater Treat, ) ,,,, 

Jonathan Nicholson ,\ Mder ™n- 
Common Council. 
Willis Bristol, Charles Thompson, Augustus Lines, 
Benjamin Silliman, Jr., Charles T. Hubbell, Charles 



CITIES. 91 

A. Nettleton, M. G. Elliott, John H. Ohatterton, Lu- 
cius R. Finch, Elihu Sanford, Jr., Isaac Anderson, 
Joseph Smith, Cornelius Wildman, Henry Trowbridge, 
Jr., George Treadway, Lucius G. Peck, William Jen- 
nings, Daniel Spencer, Julius Tyler. 

Clerk — Joseph Wood. 

Collector — Gardner Morse. 

Treasurer — Amos Townsend, Jr. 

Auditor — Enos A. Prescott. 

Sheriffs — Scovil Hinman, Joseph Fairchild. 

City Court held on the 1 st Tuesday in each month. 

Annual meeting, 1st Monday in June. 



NEW LONDON. 

JOHN P. C. MATHER, Mayor. 

Aldermen and Judges. 
William W. Miner, J. H. Turner. 

Nathan Belcher, ) Aldermen 
John Dickinson, ) 
• Common Council. 

E. V. Stoddard, John Bishop, Hezekiah Goddard, P. 
D /Irish, James B. Lyman, John Grace, Jos. A. Smith, 
Sidney Miner, Thomas Fitch, 2d., William Holt, Wil- 
liam Albertson, Hiram Willey, E. H. Douglass, Perry 
Douglass, A. J. Prentiss. 
Clerk, John W. Tibbitts. 
Treasurer, Edward Prentis, 
Sheriffs — Elisha Douglass, Franklin Chappel. 
Attorney, A. C. Lippett. 

City Court held on the 1st Monday in each month. 
Annual meeting, 1st Monday in June. 



NORWICH 



JOHN BREED, Mayor, 



Erastus Williams, > al 1 C Henry B. Norton, 

AppletonMeech, $•**««"»«*• £ James Z. Day. 



92 CITIES. 

Common Council. 

Charles Thurber, John G. Huntington, George Hub- 
bard, Edward Chappel, James B. Brumley, George A. 
Pratt, Daniel Babsett, Thomas J. Ridgeway. 

Clerk — David Young. 

Treasurer — Lyman Brewer. 

Attorney — George Perkins. 

Sheriffs— F. Prentice, E. Y. Thomas. 

City Court held on the 2d Monday in each month. 

Annual meeting, 1st Monday in June. 



MIDDLETOWN. 

CHARLES R. ALSOP, Mayor, 
Samuel, Cooper, Recorder. 
I Samuel Russell, > q 1t1prmpn (Henry Paddock, 
B. D. Sage, f Jliaermen - { Wm. Woodward. 

Common Council. 

Austin Baldwin, B. Montague, D. Sage, D. H. Chase, 
Sylvester Adams, E. Lucas, Henry Smith, Enoch C. 
Ferre. * 

John Fisk, Clerk and Treasurer, and Clerk of City 
Court. 

Sheriff — Gera Goodale, 

City Court held on the 2d Tuesday in each month. 

Annual meeting, 3d Monday in January. 



BRIDGEPORT. 

HENRY K. HARRAL, Mayor. 
Ira Sherman, 7 Aldermen $ Smith Tweedy, 
Daniel Thatcher, 5 Jiiaermen - \ R usse l Tomlinson, 

Common Council. 

Charles B. Hubbell, Charles Foote, P. C. Calhoun, 

D. 0. Wheeler, D. Stirling, Samuel F. Hurd, Charles 

De Forrest, Edwin Porter, Philo Hurd, W T illiam S. 

Pomeroy, W. B. Dyer, James Betts, Hanford Tryon, 



BOROUGHS. 93 

Frederick Griffith, Gilson Landon, Alfred Bishop, 
Mathew Curtis, Isaac M. Caulkin. 

Clerk — Stephen Hawley. 

Treasurer — Joseph Thompson. 

Sheriffs — George Wade, William Lum. 



Boroughs. 



COLCHESTER. 

A. B. PIERCE, Warden. 
Burgesses — John Brown, John M. Peabody, Bradford 
Sparrow, Enos West, John C. Bartlett. 
Clerk and Treasurer — D. B. Carrol. 
Bailiff — Henry B. Downer. 



STONINGTON. 

GEORGE E. PALMER, Warden. 
Burgesses— C. H. Smith, 1st., B. Pomeroy, H. Shaw, 
T. M. Brown, G. C. Smith, R. C. Hancox. 
Clerk and Treasurer — Oliver York. 
Bailiff— T. M. Brown. 



ESSEX. 

NATHAN PRATT, Warden. 
Burgesses — H L. Champlin, Samuel Ingham, Reu- 
ben Post, Joy P^st, jr., Amasa Pratt, A. W. Post. 
Clerk and Treasurer — John G. Hayden. 
Bailiff— Levi Hull. 

WORTHINGTON. 

JOSEPH WHITTLESEY, Warden. 
Burgesses — S. C. Wilcox, William Bulkley, James 



94 BOROUGHS. 

Guernsey, B R. Fanning, Joseph Booth, jr., Timothy 
Boardman. 
Clerk— Alfred North. 



DAPURY. 

ELIAS S. SANFORD, Warden. 

Burgesses — Starr Nichols, Frederick S. Wildman, 
William W. Hill, Stephen A Hurlbert, Samuel C. 
Wildman, David D. Wildman. 

Treasurer — David P. Nichols, 

Burgesses — Ebenezer R. Whittlesey. 



STAMFORD. 

JAMES H. HOYT, Warden. 

Burgesses — Joseph D. Warren, Henry A. Mitchell, 
Theodore Davenport, Jonathan M. Hall, John W. 
Leeds, William T. Baker. 

Clerk — Chauncey Ayres. 

Treasurer — Stephen B. Proffit. 



LITCHFIELD. 

JOSIAH G. BECKWITH, President. 

Clerk — S. Trowbridge. 
Treasurer — Abel Catlin. 
Bailiff— D. C. Bulkley. 



NORWALK/ 

STILES CURTIS, Warden. 
Burgesses — Samuel Jarvis, Milton Durand, Asa Hill, 
Samuel H. Bailey, Charles Thomas. 
Bailiff— George W. Selleck. 
Prosecutor — Sidney B. Beardsley. 



BANKS. 95 

Banks. 

HARTFORD EANK. 

David F. Robinson, President. 
Henry A. Perkins, Cashier. 

Directors — David F. Robinson, Ezra White, Jr., Ed- 
mund G. Howe, Ezra S. Hamilton, Joseph Trumbull, 
Charles Sheldon, Charles H. Northam, James B. Hos- 
mer, Barzillai Hudson, Hezekiah B. Chaffee, Charles 
H. Brainard, James Cowles. 

Attorney, Francis Parsons. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 

Annual Meeting, second Tuesday in June. 

Dividends, semi-annually in June and December. 

Capital Stock, $1,118,000. 



PHOENIX BANK. 

George Beach, President. 
John L. Bunce, Cashier. 

Directors — George Beach, Samuel Tudor, Henry 
Shepard, Lawson C. Ives, Cyprian Nichols, Thomas 
Belknap, Henry Lewis, Thomas Smith, Wm. T. Lee, 
Seth J. North, Thomas M. Day. 

Attorney, Walter Mitchel. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 

Annual Meeting, first Tuesday in September. 

Dividends, semi-annually, in March and September. 

Capital Stock, $1,233,100 



Branch of the Phoenix Bank, at Litchfield. 

Asa Bacon, President. 
G. F. Davis, Cashier. 
Directors — Asa Bacon, O. S. Seymour, Oliver Good- 



96 BANKS. 

win, D. S. Boardman, John C. Coffing, G F. Davis, 
Samuel Buel. 

Attorney, 0. S. Seymour. 



CONNECTICUT RIVER BANKING COMPANY. 

Wm. H. Imlay, President. 
Edwin Spencer, Cashier. 
C. C. Athley, Teller. 
Directors — Wm. H. Imlay, Alfred Smith, Daniel! 
Buck, Joseph Church, Miles A. Tuttle, Chester Bulk- ' 
ley, G. M. Bartholomew, Daniel P. Crosby, Jno, F. 
Judd. 

Attorney, Francis Parsons. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Annual Meeting, first Tuesday in January. 



FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK. 

Horace Goodwin, 2d, President. 
William T. Hooker, Cashier. 

Directors — Horace Goodwin, 2d, A. H. Pomroy, Jo- 
seph Pratt, Luther Loomis, Samuel G. Savage, Oliver 
Filley, Elbridge Cutler, Horace Belden, Henry Kee- 
ney, James Goodwin, Henry Thompson, Dudley Buck, 
Walter Pease, Jr. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 

Dividends, semi-annually, in May and November. 

Annual Meeting, first Tuesday in May. 

Capital Stock, $531,500, with liberty to increase 
to $1 ,000,000. 



EXCHANGE BANK. 

Roderick Terry, President. 
Elisha Colt, Cashier. 
Directors — Roderick Terry, S. B. Hamilton, Ebene- 
zer Flower, Wm. L. Collins, Norman Porter, Horatio 



BANKS. 97 

. Case, Griffin A. Stedman, Daniel W. Clark, Wm. 
". Ellsworth, Albert W. Butler, Seth P. Beers, Cha's. 
Pond, Chauncey Ives. 
Attorney, Francis Fellows. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 
| Annual Meeting, second Tuesday in July. 
Capital Stock, $500,000 ; paid iii $400,000. 



HARTFORD SAVINGS BANK. 

Ward Woodbridge President. 
Calvin Day, Secretary, 
Reuben Langdon, Treasurer. 
O. Allen, Assistant Treasurer. 
Vice Presidents— James H. Wells, Cyprian Nichols, 
iamuel Tudor, James B. Hosmer, John Butler, Charles 
losmer, Barzillai Hudson, Thomas K. Brace, Stephen 
pencer, Solomon Porter, Charles Seymour, Jeremy 
[oadley. 

Trustees — Henry A. Perkins, Albert Day, Francis 
arsons, Charles Sheldon, John W. Bull, Haynes L. 
orter, Jesse Savage, Amos M. Collins,. Edward Good- 
r in, Ezra S. Hamilton, Wm. Rogers, Calvin Day, Wm. 
'. Hooker, John Beach, Edmund G. Howe, Henry 
erkins, Harvey Seymour, Gideon Welles, Benjamin 
7. Greene, Albert W. Butler, Joseph Church. 
Annual Meeting in June, and semi-annual meeting 
i December. 



NEW HAVEN BANK. 

Henry Denison, President. 
Amos Townsend, Jr., Cashier. 
Directors, Henry Denison, Henry Trowbridge, Tinw 
thy Bishop, Roger S. Baldwin, Isaac H. Townsend, 
lebul Bradley, Augustus R. Street, Samuel A Foot 
Discount days, Monday and Thursday evening. 
Hours of business, from 10 A. M, to 3 P. M. 
7 



98 BANKS. 

Annual Meeting, first Thursday in July. 
Capital Stock, $364,000. 



MECHANICS BANK, NEW HAVEN. 

John Fitch, President. 
John W. Fitch, Cashier. 
Directors — John Fitch, Joseph N. Clark, Caleb Mix, 
Elias Hotchkiss, L. G. Cannon, Nathaniel F. Thomp- 
son, Simeon Marble, Elihu Sanford, Henry White. 
Discount days, Mondays and Fridays. 
Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. 
Annual Meeting, first Monday in July. 
Capital Stock, $300,000, in shares of $60. 



CITY BANK, NEW HAVEN. 

"~— 
William Johnson, President. 
Stephen D. Pardee, Cashier. 
Directors — Wm. Johnson, David Daggett, Zelotes 
Day, Dennis Kimberly, Ezra C. Reed, Joseph E. Shef- 
field, Sherman Smith, John Bradley, Timothy Dwight. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. 
Capital Stock, $500,000, paid in. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY BANK. 

Henry Hotchkiss, President. 
Ransom Burritt, Cashier. 

Directors— Henry Hotchkiss, E. Hull, Smith Tuttle, 
Lewis Hotchkiss, Matthew G. Elliott, T. R. Trow- 
bridge, Leverett Griswold, Harvey Sanford, William 
B. Bristol. 

Annual Meeting, first Wednesday in July. 

Discount days, Monday and Thursday. 

Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. 

Capital Stock, $500,000. 



BANKS. 99 

% 
NEW HAVEN SAVINGS BANK. 

James Brewster, President. 

Vice Presidents — Leverett Griswold, Eiihu Atwater, 
Henry White. 

Trustees — John Durrie, Stephen D. Pardee, Marcus 
Merriman, jr., Wooster Hotchkiss, Amos Townsend, 
jr., Philos Blake. 

Wm. G. Hooker, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Capital, $335,000. 



MERIDEN BANK. 

Walter Booth, President. 
John A. Butler, Cashier. 
Directors — Walter Booth, Ashbel Griswold, Elisha 
A. Cowles, Noah Pomroy, Elijah Paddock, Enos H. 
Curtis, James S. Brooks, Ira N. Yale, Harris Hayden. 
Attorney, Benajah Andrews. 
Discount day, every Wednesday. 
Annual Meeting, first Monday in November. 
Capital Stock, $150,000. 



UNION BANK, NEW LONDON. 

Jonathan Starr, President. 
Joseph C. Sistare, Cashier. 

Directors — Jonathan Starr, Robert Coit, John O. Mi- 
ner, Bela Peck, William Marvin, Felix Ansart, Edward 
Hallam, James Morgan, Nathaniel Matson, All'rei 
White, H. M. Waite, L. Coit, J. C. Sisiare. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 to 
4 P.M. 

Annual Meeting, first Tuesday in June. 

Capital Stock, $100,000. 



100 BANKS. 



NEW LONDON BANK. 

Jacob B. Gurley, President. 
E. F. Dutton, Cashier. 

Directors — Jacob B. Gurley, Isaac Thompson, Jona- 
than Coit, Asa Otis, Stephen J. Lord, John Hudson, 
Wm. P. Benjamin, D. T. Brainard, Nathaniel Salton- 
stall. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M. and from 2 
to 4 P. M. 

Annual Meeting, first Tuesday in July. 

Capital Stock, $300,000. 



WHALING BANK. 

Peter C. Turner, President. 
Joseph C. Douglass, Cashier. 

Directors — Peter C. Turner, Joseph Lawrence, John 
Brandegee, W. A. Weaver, Abner Bassett, Acors 
Barnes, F. W. Holt, W. W. Billings, Charles J. Mc- 
Curdy, Belton A. Copp, Gilbert Rogers. 

Attorney, Andrew C. Lippett. 

Discount days, Mondays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 
to 4 P. Mp 

Annual Meeting, first Monday in July. 

Capital Stock, $300,000.1 



NEW LONDON SAVINGS BANK. 

Ebenezer Learned, President. 

Vice Presidents — Robert Coit, Jonathan Starr, A. 
Otis. 

Directors — Archibald Mercer, Noyes Billings, C. S. 
Stockman, Thomas W. Williams. 

Joseph C. Sistare, Secretary and Treasurer. 



BANKS, 101 



NORWICH BANK. 

Jabez Huntington, President. 
Charles Johnson, Cashier, 
Frank Johnson, Asst. do. 
Directors — Jabez Huntington, J. G. W. Trumbull, 
Nathaniel Shipman, Jedediah Huntington, John Isham, 
Jacob W. Kinney, Joseph Williams, George Bliss, Pat- 
rick Fanning, Henry Strong, Joseph Otis, Jabez W. 
Huntington, James S. Treet. 
Attorney, George Perkins. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Annual Meeting in June. 
Capital Stock, $210,000. 



THAMES BANK. 

Edward. Whiting, President. 
L. Brewer, Cashier. 
Directors — Edward Whiting, Adam Larrabee, Wal- 
ter Lester, Geo. Hill, Nathaniel Parish, Bucklen Ma- 
thewson, James Stedman, Jno. F. Slater, James M. 
Huntington. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Annual Meeting, fourth Monday in June. 
Capital Stock, $209,500. 



i I 

QUINNEBAUG BANK. 

• . - 

Samuel C. Morgan, President. 
Daniel Trumbull, Cashier. 

Directors — Samuel C. Morgan, Henry B. Norton, 
Frederic Prentice, Jedediah Leavins, Erastus Wil- 
liams, Jos. A. Yerrington, Hiram Tarbox, John G. 
Huntington, Edward G. Thomas, Roger Huntington. 

Attorney, Samuel C. Morgan. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays, 10 o'clock. 



102 BANKS. 

Dividends, June and December. 
Capital Stock, $250,000. 



MERCHANTS BANK. 

William Williams, President. 
J. W. White, Cashier. 

Directors — Wm. Williams, Stephen Fitch, Sherwood 
Raymond, Epaphrass Porter, Lewis Hyde, John Brews- 
ter, Elijah A. Bill, H. B. Buckingham, Roswell Mor- 
gan, Samuel Tyler, H. B. Tracy, A. B. Isham, Joseph 
Tyler, William Calahan, Henry Sabin. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays, at 12 o'clock. 

Hours of business, from 6 A. M. to 6 P. M. 

Capital Stock, $125,000. 



NORWICH SAVINGS BANK. 

William Williams, President. 

Vice Presidents — Joseph Williams. Roger Hunting- 
ton, Henry Strong, George Hill. 

Directors — Charles Johnson, Jed. Leavins, Lewis 
Hyde, John Johnson, (Griswold,) La Fayette S. Foster, 
Charles B. Andrews, Patrick Fanning, Benjamin W. 
Tompkins, John Dunham. 

Jabez Huntington, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Attorney, George Perkins. 

Dividends, January and July. 

Annual Meeting in June. 

Deposites received every day during bank hours, ex- 
cepting Saturday afternoon. 



JEWETT CITY BANK. 



David Smith, President. 
John Johnson, Cashier t 
Capital Stock, $80,000, 



BANKS. 103 



MYSTIC BANK. 



Elisha Faxon, President. 
Geo. W. Noyes, 2d, Cashier. 

Directors — Elisha Faxon, Elias Brown, Mason Man- 
ning, Elisha Haley, Asa Fish, Silas Beebe, Wm. P. 
Randall, Henry Harding, Jeremiah Holmes, David 
Baldwin. 

Attorney, Charles Sabin. 

Annual Meeting, first Monday in July. 

Discount day, Tuesdays. 

Capital Stock, $50,000. 



STONINGTON BANK. 

Ephraim Williams, President. 
Francis Amy, Cashier. 
Directors — Ephraim Williams, Gurdon Trumbull, 
Jesse D. Noyes. B. Pomeroy, Charles P. Williams, John 
F. Trumbull, John W. Hull, G. R. Hallam, B. Pendle- 
ton, Henry Smith, C. G. Williams. 

Annual Meeting, first Monday in September, 
Discount days, Wednesdays. 
Capital Stock, $56,000. 



BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Sylvanus Sterling, President, 
George Burroughs, Cashier, 
Directors — Sylvanus Sterling, Sherman Hartwell, 
Stephen Tomlinson, Samuel F. Hurd, Hanford Lyon, 
Charles B. Hubbell, Samuel B. Peck, Joseph Bartrum, 
H. K. Harrol. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays, 
Capital Stock, $200,000. 



104 BANKS. 



CONNECTICUT BANK. 

Daniel Thatcher, President. 
Charles Foote, Cashier. 
Directors — Daniel Thatcher, Enoch Foote, Nathan- 
iel Wade, Daniel Fairweather, S. P. Jones, E. J. Sta- 
ples, Joseph Burks, L. H. Russell, James Thompson. 
Attorney, W. H. Noble. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital Stock, $300,000. 



CONNECTICUT BRANCH BANK, SOUTHPORT. 

Jesup Alvord, President. 

Francis D. Perry, Cashier. 

Directors — Jesup Alvord, Wm. Sherwood, Andrew 

Buckley, Moses Buckley, Henry Perry, Alva Gray, 

Simon Sherwood. 



BRIDGEPORT SAVINGS BANK. 

Smith Tweedy, President. 

Vice Presidents — F. C. Bassett, Sherman Hartwell, 
Sherwood Sterling, Lemuel Coleman. 

Directors — Sylvanus Sterling, Joseph Thompson, 
N. S. Warden, R. S. Nichols, W. H. Noble, Mark 
Moore, Henry Shelton, Hanford Lyon, David Perry, 
Samuel F. Hurd, Samuel Niles, Samuel Shelton, Elihu 
Beach, Geo. Sterling, Daniel Hatch, Edwin Porter, Jo- 
seph Brooks. 

George Sterling, Secretary and Treasurer. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY BANK. 

Clark Bissell, President. 
Thomas Warner, jr. Cashier. 



BANKS. 105 

Directors — Clark Bissell, Joseph W. Hubbell, A. E. 
Beard, Stiles Curtis, Charles Thomas, Wm. S. Lock- 
wood. 

Attorney, Clark Bissell. 

Discount day*, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Capital Ctock, $177,300. 



STAMFORD BANK. 

John W. Leeds, President. 
S. K. Satterlee, Cashier. 
Directors — John W. Leeds, Sands Adams, Theodore 
Davenport, Stephen B. Provost, John Dean, Ezra Bish- 
op, Stephen Hoyt, jr., Joseph Brush. 
Attorney, Charles Hawley. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital Stock, $100,000. 



DANBURY BANK. 



Samuel Tweedy, President, 

Aaron Seeley, Cashier. 
Directors — Samuel Tweedy, Russell Hoyt, Isaac H. 
Seeley, Reuben Booth, Eli T. Hoyt, Samuel Stebbins, 
Abner Gilbert. 



WINDHAM BANK. 

John Baldwin, President. 
Samuel Bingham, Cashier. 

Directors — John Baldwin, Levi Johnson, John Webb, 
Elisha G. Hammond, Philip Pearl, John A. Perkins, 
Henry L. Walcott, John Tracy, Joel W. White, John 
G.Clark, William Smith. 

Attorney — J. Baldwin. 

Discount day, every Wednesday. 

Annual meeting, 2d Wednesday in September. 

Capital Stock, $58,502. 



106 



BANKS. 



WINDHAM COUNTY BANK, BROOKLYN. 

Joseph Eaton, President. 
Charles White, Cashier. 
Directors— Joseph Eaton, John McLellan, E. C. Eaton 
B. P. Spalding, William Putnam, Adams White, Ed 
ward Fogg, George Martin, John Gallup, 3d, H. G 
Taintor, Asahel Hammond, Spalding Barstow, Williarr 
James. 

Discount day. every Wednesday. 
Capital Stock, $80,000. 

THOMPSON BANK. 

Talcott Crosby, President. 
Joseph B. Gay, Cashier. 

Directors — William H. Mason, William Read, Frank- 
lin Nichols, Jonathan Nichols, Simon Davis, Talcoti 
Crosby, Erastus Knight, H. S. Ramsdell, Horatio Hoi- 
brook, William Fisher, John F. Williams. 

Attorney — Simon Davis. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Annual meeting, 2d Tuesday in October. 

Capital Stock, $100,000. 

MIDDLETOWN BANK. 

Elijah Hubbard, President. 
John H. Watkinson, Cashier. 
Directors — Elijah Hubbard, Samuel D. Hubbard., 
William L. Storrs. William J. Trench, John H. Sumner. 
Henry D. A. Ward, Elisha S. Hubbard, Eben Wilcox, 
Erastus Brainerd, Hezekiah Scovel, George Dickinson. 
Attorney — Jonathan Barnes. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Annual meeting, 1st Thursday in January. 



BANKS. 107 

Dividends in January and July. 
Hours of business, from 9 to 12, A. M., and from 2 to 
4, P. M. 
Capital Stock, $369,300. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY BANK. 

Samuel Russell, President. 
Eleazer Lacey, Cashier. 

Directors — Samuel Russell, William S. Camp, Robert 
Johnson, Henry D. Smith, John Stewart, Eli Wilcox, 
Joseph Arnold, E. P. Johnson, Asa Hubbard, Thomas 
Addison, W. G. Chauncey, Samuel Colt. 

Attorney — Jonathan Barnes. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Annual meeting, 1st Wednesday in July. 

Hours of business, from 9 to 12, A. M., and from 2 to 
4, P. M. 

Capital Stock, $220,800. 



MIDDLETOWN SAVINGS BANK. 

Joseph Taylor, President. 

Vice Presidents — Charles Woodward, John H. Sum- 
ner. 

Directors — Alfred Southmayd, Edmund Hughes, Da- 
vid Harrison, Elijah Lucas. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Henry Carrington. 

E. S. Hubbard, Clerk. 



EAST HADDAM BANK. 

William Palmer, President. 

Thomas C. Boardman, Cashier. 
Directors — E. A. Bulkley, William Palmer, Timothy 
Green, Joshua L'Hommedieu, Charles Arnold, J. R. 
Gardner, Joseph Goodspeed, William Palmer, Jr., Rich- 
ard S. Pratt, George E. Goodspeed, D. B. Warner, R. 
W. Miller, Oliver Warner. 



108 BANKS. 

Attorney— E. A. Bulkley. 
Discount day, every Wednesday. 
Capital Stock, $75,000. 



TOLLAND COUNTY BANK. 

Elisha Stearns, President. 
Jonathan R. Flynt, Cashier. 
Directors— Elisha Stearns, Elijah Smith, Wyllys Gil- 
bert, David Johnson, Ariel Ladd, Miner Grant, Hiram 
Rider, Oliver H. King, Billings Grant. 
Annual meeting, 3d Monday in October. 
Capital Stock, $80,000. 



TOLLAND SAVINGS BANK. 

George Kellogg, President. 

Directors — Loren P. Waldo, Jeremiah Parish, Ariel 
Ladd, Chauncey Griggs, Zalmon A. Storrs. 

Secretary — Oliver K. Isham. 

Treasurer — Jonathan R. Flynt. 

Annual meeting, 4th Monday in June, at 2 o'clock 
P. M. Office in Tolland County Bank. 



COMPANIES. 109 

Insurance Companies. 

Hartford Fire Insurance Company. 

Eliphalet Terry, President. 

James G. Bolles, Secretary. 
Annual meeting, 1st Thursday in June. 
Capital Stock, $150,000. 



Protection Fire and Marine Insurance Company , 
Hartford. 

Daniel W. Clark, President. 
William Conner, Secretary. 
Annual election in June. 
Capital Stock, $200,000. 



Mtna Fire Insurance Company, Hartford. 

Thomas K. Brace, President. 
Simeon L. Loomis, Secretary. 
Annual election in June. 
Capital Stock, $200,000. 



Hartford County Mutual Fire Insurance Company. 

Charles Shepard, President. 
R. A. Erving, Secretary. 
James Ward, Treasurer. 
Annual meeting in September. 



Middlesex Mutual Assurance Company, Middletown. 

Samuel Cooper, President. 

William Woodward, Secretary and Treasurer. 



110 COMPANIES. 

Mutual Security Insurance Company, New Haven. 
Chartered 1841. Organized 1844. 

Joseph N. Clark, President, 

Philip S. Galpin, Secretary. 
Directors— Joseph N. Clark, Elihu Atwater, N. A. 
Bacon, John Bradley, Wyliys Bristol, W. H. Ellis, 
John English, Dennis Kimberiy, James Brewster, Tru- 
man Woodward, Nathan Peck, Jr., H. S. Soule, Theron 
Towner, Aaron Benedict, Harvey Barnes, Sheldon Bas- 
sett, Enos Sperry, Richard M. Clarke, Russel Hotchkiss, 
Henry Farnham. 

Capital Stock, $100,000. 

Norwich Fire Insurance Company. 

Lewis Hyde, President. 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 
Annual meeting, first Monday in January. 

Norwich Mutual Assurance Company. 

Jabez Huntington, Treasurer. 

Frederick Miner, New London, Assistant Treasurer, 

Henry B. Tracy, Secretary. 

Annual meeting, 2d Monday in January. 

New London County Mutual Insurance Company, 
Norwich. 

John G. Huntington, President. 
John De Witt, Secretary. 

Directors — Elijah A. Bibb, Joseph Lawrence, Daniel 
B. Hempstead, Thomas Williams, George Sherman, 
Rufus L. Fanning, C. S. Tyler, Joel W. White, Edwin 
Gavet', S. B. Meech, Hiram Tarbox, David Smith, 
Ebenezer Fuller, William L'Hommedieu. 

Agents — A." C. Lippet, New London ; Charles Sabin, 
Stonington. 

Annual meeting, 1st Monday in March. 



COMPANIES. Ill 

Windham County Mutual Insurance Company , 
Brooklyn. 

Asahel Hammond, President. 

John Gallup, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Annual meeting, 2d Monday in June. 

Tolland County Mutual Insurance Company. 

Ariel Ladd, President. 
Jeremiah Parish, Secretary. 
Loren P. Waldo, Treasurer. 



Litchfield Mutual Insurance Company. 

William Beebe, President. 
Jason Whiting, Secretary. 

Norwich Water Power Company. 

Edward Whiting, President, Treasurer and Secretary. 

Directors — Russell Hubbard, J. A. Rockwell, Amos 
H. Hubbard, J. G. W. Trumbull, William P. Greene. 

Annual meeting in June. 

Capital Stock, $80,000. 



RAILROAD COMPANIES. 

Norwich and Worcester Railroad Company. 

John C. Holland, President. 
George L. Perkins, Treasurer. 
J. W. Stowell, Clerk. 
Directors — John C. Holland, Samuel R. Brooks, 
Elisha Townsend, David Grosbeck, Jacob Little, Alfred 
Brooks, John Rankin, William Ward, Alexander De 
Witt, A. W. H. Clapp. 

Annual meeting, second Wednesday in July. 



112 COMPANIES. 

Hartford and New Haven Railroad. 

Charles F. Pond, President. 
Horatio Fitch, Secretary. 
James H. Wells, Treasurer. 
Edward H. Brodhead, Superintendent and Engineer. 
Directors — Charles F. Pond, David Watkinson ; 
James Boorman, Elisha Peck, Henry Young, New 
York city; James Brewster, New Haven; James S. 
Brooks, Me rid en ; Frederick R. Griffing, Guilford; 
Chester W. Chapin, Springfield, Mass. 

Connecticut River Railroad. 

Erastus Hopkins, President. 

Samuel F. Lyman, Clerk and Treasurer. 

Directors — Erastus Hopkins, Northampton ; Samuel 

Henshaw, Edward R. Robbins, James K. Mills, Boston; 

Phillip Ripley, Hartford ; John Chase, Springfield ; 

Henry W. Clapp, Greenfield. 

Housatonic Railroad. 

William P. Burrall, President. 

Ira Sherman, Secretary. 
Directors — William P. Burrall, Canaan ; Robert 
Schuyler, New York ; Daniel Marsh, New Milford; 
Lee Canfield, Salisbury ; Luther Munson, New Ca- 
naan ; John Bryant, Jr., Boston; Samuel Simms, Ste- 
phen Tomlinson, Ira Sherman, Bridgeport. 

Stonington and Boston Railroad, 

Elisha Peck, President. 

Francis Amy, Treasurer and Superintendent. 
A. S. Mathews, Master of Transportation. 
Annual meeting, third Tuesday in September. 



COLLEGES. 113 

Colleges and Academies. 

YALE COLLEGE, NEW HAVEN. 

PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, D. D., LL. D., President, His 
Exc. Roger S. Baldwin, LL. D., His Honor Re ben 
Booth, Rev. Daniel Smith. Rev Calvin Chapin, D. D., 
Rev. David Smith, D. D., Rev. Noah Porter, D. D.,Rev. 
Daniel Dow, D. D., Rev. Aaron Dutton, Rev. Abel 
McEwen, Rev. Diodate Brockvvay, Rev. Samuel R. 
Andrew, Rev. Leonard Bacon, D. D., Hon. Thomas 
Clark, Hon. Aaron N. Skinner, Hon. Orson Wood, 
Hon. Philo Kellogg, Hon. Darius Mead, Hon. William 
Lyon, 3d. 

Treasurer — Wyllys Warner, M. A. 

Librarian — Edward C. Herrick. M. A. 



MEDICAL EXAMINERS. 

Luther Ticknor, M. D., ex officio. 
Silas Fuller, M.D. 
Josiah G. Beckwith, M. D. 
Archibald Welch, M. D. 
William H. Cogswell, M. D. 
Rufus Blakeman, M. D. 



FACULTY AND INSTRUCTORS. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, D. D., LL. D., President. 

Hon. David Daggett, LL. D. Kent Professor of Law. 

Benjamin Silliman, M. D., LL. D., Professor of 
Chemistry, Pharmacy, Mineralogy and Geology. 

James L. Kingsley, LL. D., Professor of the Latin 
Language and Literature. 

Eli Ives, M. D., Professor of the Theory and Practice 
of Physic. 

Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, D. D., Dwight Professor 
of Didactic Theology. 

Jonathan Knight, M. D., Professor of the Principles 
and Practice of Surgery. 



ery. 
, M. D., 



Timothy P. Beers, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics. 



114 COLLEGES. 

Josiah W. Gibbs, M. A., Professor of Sacred Litera- 
ture. 

Rev. Eleazar T. Fitch, D. D., Livingston Professor 
of Divinity. 

Rev. Chauncey A. Goodrich, D. D., Professor of the 
Pastoral Charge. 

Denison Olmsted. LL. D., Munson Professor of Natu- 
ral Philosophy and Astronomy. 

Hon. William L. Storrs, Instructor in the Science and 
Practice of Law. 

Theodore D. Woolsey, LL. D., Professor of the 
Greek Language and Literature. 

Charles Hooker, M. D., Professor of Anatomy and 
Physiology. 

Isaac H. Townsend, M. A., Assistant Instructor in 
the Department of Lav/. 

Rev. William A. Larned, M. A., Professor of Rheto- 
ric and English Literature. 

Henry Bronson, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica 
and Therapeutics. 

Anthony D. Stanley, M. A., Professor of Mathe- 
matics. 

Edward E. Salisbury, M. A., Professor of the Arabic 
and Sanskrit Languages and Literature. 

Charles U. Shepard, M. D., Lecturer in Natural His- 
tory. 

Thomas A. Thacher, M. A., Assistant Professor of 
the Latin Language and Literature. 

Lewis J. Dudley, M. A., Tutor in Greek. 

Joseph G. E. Larned, M. A., Tutor in Latin. 

Daniel P. Noyes, M. A., Tutor in Greek. 

Samuel Brace, M. A., Tutor in Greek. 

Joseph Emerson, M. A., Tutor in Mathematics. 

Azariah Eldridge, B. A., Tutor in Natural Philo- 
sophy. 

James Hadley, M. A , Tutor in Latin. 

Erasmus D. North, M. D., Instructor in Elocution. 

Benjamin Silliman, M. A., Assistant and Lecturer in 
the departments of Chemistry, Mineralogy and Geology. 

Francis Bradley, Assistant in Practical Astronomy. 

Francois Turner, Bachelier-es-Lettres, et Licencie en 



COLLEGES. 115 

Droit dans l'Universite de France, Instructor in the 
French and Spanish Languages. 

Robert Bakewell, Instructor in Drawing and Per- 
spective. 

Sigemond Waterman, Instructor in German. 

Giuseppe Artoni, Instructor in Italian. 



SUMMARY. 






Theological Students, 


- 


67 


Law Students, 




39 


Medical Students, 


- 


53 


Resident Graduates, 


- 


• 5 


Seniors, - 


83 




Juniors, - 


129 




Sophomores, - 


102 




Freshmen, - - 


109 




Undergraduates, 


- 


423 




Total, 


587 



COMMENCEMENT. 

The annual commencement is on the third Thursday 
in August. 

VACATIONS. 

1. Six weeks, beginning at commencement, the third 
Thursday in August. 

2. Two weeks, from the first Wednesday in January. 

3. Four weeks, from the last Wednesday in April. 



TRINITY COLLEGE, HARTFORD. 

BOARD OF TRUSTERS. 

Rev. Silas Totten, S. T. D , President, ex offcio % 
Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, S. T. D., LL. D., Rev. 
Harry Croswell, S. T. D., Charles Sigourney, Esq., 
Hon. John S. Peters, LL. D., William H. Imlay, Esq., 
Samuel Tudor, Esq., Hon. Set 1 ) P. Beers, Rev. William 
Jarvis, Hon. Isaac Toucey, Hon. Samuel H. Hunting- 
ton, Hon. William W. Boa dman, Rev. Frederick Hol- 
comb, S. T. D., Rev. Stephen Jewett, Rev. George Bur- 
gess, William H. Scovill, Esq., Robert Watkinson, 



116 COLLEGES. 

Esq., Thomas Belknap, Esq., Rev. William Cooper 
Mead, S. T. D., George Brinley, Esq., Rev. S. Farmar 
Jarvis, S.T. D., LL. D., Rev. Robert A. Hallam, Rev. 
A. Cleveland Coxe, John T. Adams, Esq. 

Secretary of the Board — Hon. Samuel H. Huntington, 

Treasurer — Thomas Belknap, Esq. 

CHANCELLOR. 

Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, S. T. D., LL. D. 

BOARD OF FELLOWS. 

Fellows— Rev. S. Farmar Jarvis, S. T. D., LL. D., 
Rev. Jonathan M. Wainwright, S. T. D., Hon. Wm. 
W. Boardman, A. M., Rev. Thomas W. Coit, S. T. D., 
Rev. William Croswell, A. M., Rev. Horatio Potter, 
S.T. D. 

Junior Fellows — Rev. William H. Walter, A. M. s 
Hon. James W. Gordon, A. M., Rev. Nathaniel E. 
Cornwall, A. M., Rev. E. Edwards Beardsley, A. M., 
Rev. William Payne, A. M., Rev. John Williams, 
A. M. 



Rev. Silas Totten, S. T. D., President, and Hobart 
Professor of Belles Lettres and Oratory. 

Duncan L. Stewart, A. M., Professor of Ancient 
Languages. 

Rev. A. Jackson, A. M., Professor of Moral and In- 
tellectual Philosophy, and Lecturer on Chemistry. 

John Brocklesby, A f M., Professor of Mathematics 
and Natural Philosophy. 

George Sumner, M. D., Professor of Botany. 

Hon. William W. Ellsworth, LL. D. Professor of 
Law. 

Samuel B. Beresford, M. D., Lecturer on Anatomy 
and Physiology. 

Thomas R. Pynchon, A. M., Tutor. 

Rev. A. Jackson, Librarian. 



COLLEGES. 117 

SUMMARY. 

Resident Graduates, 5 

Seniors, ------ 22 

Juniors, ------ 22 

Sophomores, ----- 19 

Freshmen, - - - - - 14 

Total, 82 



COMMENCEMENT. 

The annual commencement is on the first Thursday 
in August. 

VACATIONS. 

1. Seven weeks from Commencement. 

2. Two weeks from the Thursday before the 25th of 
December. 

3. Four weeks from the Thursday before the 12th of 
April. 



WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, M ID D LET OWN- 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Laban Clark, Middletown; Rev. Heman Bangs, 
New Haven; Hon, Isaac Kellogg, New Hartford; 
Aaron Sanford, Esq., Redding ; James L. Phelps, M. D., 
New York; John L. Smith, Esq., Middletown; Rev. 
Joseph A. Merrill, Wilbraham, Mass. ; William J, 
Trench, Esq., Middletown ; Samuel Russell, Esq., Mid- 
dletown ; Hon. Elijah Hubbard, Middletown; Jonathan 
Barnes, Esq., Middletown ; Hon. William L. Storrs, 
Middletown; Hon. Samuel D. Hubbard, Middletown j 
Hon. Ebenezer Jackson, Middletown; Rev. Charles 
Adams, M. A., Boston, Mass.; Rev. Stephen Olin, 
D. D., LL. D., Middletown ; Rev. Ezekiel Robinson, 
Redficld, Maine; Charles Wotdward, M. D., Middle- 
town ; George Andrews, Esq., Watertown, N. Y. ; 
Rev, George Gary, Vernon, IN. Y. ; Hon. James Harper, 
New York ; Jacob Sleeper, Esq., Boston, Mass. ; Rev. 
Schuyler Seager, M A., Rochester, N. Y.; Rev. Benja- 
min R. Hoyt, Claremont, N. H. ; Elisha Harris Esq,, 
Warren, R. I. 



118 COLLEGES, &C 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Stephen Olin, D. D., LL. D., President. 

Augustus W. Smith, IVl. A., Professor of Mathemat- 
ics and Astronomy. 

Rev. Joseph Holdich, D. D., Professor of Moral Sci- 
ence and Belles Lettres. 

John Johnston, M. A., Professor of Natural Science. 

Harvey B. Lane, M. A., Professor of the Greek and 
Latin Languages. 

Hon. William L. Storrs, Professor of Law. 

Rev. William R. Bagnall, M. A., Tutor in Latin and 
Instructor in Hebrew. 

John Johnston, M. A., Librarian. 

Commencement first Wednesday in August. 



LITERARY INSTITUTION, SUFF1ELD. 

Charles C. Burnett, Principal. 
Palmer Gallup, Assistant. 
Sheldon Hitchcock, Steward. 
Commencement, first Wednesday in August. 



THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF CONNECTICUT. 

Rev. Bennet Tyler, D. D., President. 

Rev. Edward W. Hooker, D. D., Professor of Eccle- 
siastical History and Church Government. 

Rev. William Thompson, A. M., Professor of Biblical 
Literature. 



BACON ACADEMY. 

John S. Wall is, President. 
James S. Eaton, Assistant. 
Miss Lucy M. Brown, Principal of the Female De- 
partment. 

John C. Shepherd, Miss Elizabeth Chapman and 
Miss Mary Gillett, Teachers in the Primary Depart- 
ment, 



SOCIETIES, &C. llfr 

EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 

Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, D. D., LL. D,, Presi* 

dent, ex officio. 

Rev. Seth E. Paddock, Principal. 

Asa J. Driggs, M. D., Secretary and Treasurer, 



CONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Rev. Joel Hawes, President, 
John Hall, Esq, ^ 

Hon. T. S. Williams, I \ r r, . , t 
Rev. Joab Brace, ' S Vice Presidents, 

Rev. Shubael Barilett, J 
Edward Goodwin, Secretary. 
Reuben Langdon, Treasurer. 



AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY. 

Theodore Frelinghuysen, New York, President. 

Rev. William A. Hallock, Rev. O. Eastman, Secre^ 
taries. 

Rev. R. S. Cook, Corresponding Secretary. 

Rev. Archibald Maclay, Recording Secretary. 

Mr. P. R. Kingsbury, Assistant and Treasurer. 

Dr. James C. Bliss, William Forest, William Win* 
terton, James W. Dominick, Distributing Committee. 



LAND SURVEYORS OF CONNECTICUT, 

James C. Palmer, Surveyor General. 

DKPUTIES. 

County of Hartford— Nathaniel Goodwin, Hartford. 

" New Haven— Noyes Darling, New Haven, 

11 New London, Isaac Gallup, Preston. 

lt Fairfield — Hezekiah Price, Fairfield. 

" Windham— Calvin Whitney, Thompson. 

" Litchfield— William M. Burrall, Canaan. 

" Middlesex— Ebenezer B. White, Chatham, 



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MILITIA. 



MILITIA OF CONNECTICUT. 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

ROGER SHERMAN BALDWIN, 
Captain General and Commander in Chief. 

Lieut. Col. Pliny A. Jewitt, > a ., , n„ M - 

Lieut. Col. Nath'l S. Perkins, jr. \ ^s-de^Camp. 

HIS HONOR 

REUBEN BOOTH, 

Lieutenant General. 

Major Edward A. Nichoi, \ Mds . de . Ca mp. 
Major John R. Langdon. ) 

General Charles T. Hillyer, Mjutant General, 
Lieut. Col. Henry L. Miller, Qr. Master Gen. 
Lieut. Col. James Ward, Commissary General. 
Major Henry Trowbridge, jr., Pay Master Gen. 

GOVERNOR'S GUARDS, HARTFORD. 
HORSE FIRST TROOP. 

Henry Boardman, Major Commandant. 
William Gillett, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 
Sylvester Lyman, 2d Lieutenant. 
Hiram Shepard, 3d Lieutenant. 

FOOT FIRST COMPANY. 

Leonard H. Bacon, Major Commandant. 
N. G. Hinkley, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 
Charles H. Langdon, 2d Lieutenant. 
William Connor, Jr , 3d Lieutenant. 
C. S. Martin, 4th Lieutenant. 
Joseph Wales, Ensign. 



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governor's guards, new haven. 

HORSE SECOND TROOP. 

Joshua Barnes, Jr., Major Commandant. 
B. W. Barnes, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 
Vacant, 2d Lieutenant. 
James M. Ford, Cornet. 



FOOT — SECOND COMPANY. 

Benjamin H. Prescott, Major Commandant. 
John M. Hendrick, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 
Russell W. Norton, 2d Lieutenant. 
Elihu Myers, 3d Lieutenant. 
Vacant, 4th Lieutenant. 



FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the First and Second Brigades. 

James T. Pratt, Esq., Major General. 

Major Henry C Trumbull, ) Aids . de . c 
Major Drayton Hilly er, ) 

Lieut. Col. Thomas H. Seymour, Divis. Inspector. 

Major J. D. Alden, Division Quarter Master. 



First Brigade. 

Comprising the 1st, 6th, 14th, 17th and 25th Regiments 
Infantry, and 1st and 4th Regiments Cavalry. 

Nathan M. Waterman, Esq., Brigadier General. 

Francis D. Stillman, Aid-de-Camp. 

William Oakes, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Porter, Brigade Quarter Master. 



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MILITIA. 



FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Daniel S. Dewey, Colonel. 

Henry Kennedy, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Frederick A. Seymour, Major. 

Evelyn E. Crofoot, Adjutant; Almarin R. Hale, Qr. 

Master ; Burgis P. Starr ; Pay Master ; Chaplain ; 

E. K. Hunt, M. D., Surgeon; H. C.Preston, M. D., 
Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. 

Franklin Corning,John White, 
D. A. Shepard, C. W. Elton, 



J. W. Grisvvold, 
Samuel J. Mills, 
Henry Hubbard, 
Charles Clapp, 
E. A. Whiting, 



Walter Hale, 
James R. Drake, 
Erastus H. Fox, 



ENSIGNS. 

Levi Woodhouse. 
Seth E. Marsh. 
George Austin. 
Charles L. Drake. 
Joel C. Rockwell, 



George Blanchard,D. G. Hatheway. 
Edgar H. Seymour, E. C. Sawtell. 



N. Seymour Webb,E. S. Cleveland, Oliver D.Seymour. 
LIGHT INFANTRY. 

H. W. Bowles, C. H. Smith, John Shepard. 

J. E. Atwood, Joshua C. Luce, William Merrills, 

T.H.Seymour. H. B. Beach, George S. Lincoln. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Jos. C. Barber, James Spencer, W. B. Leonard. 

ARTILLERY. 

Nathan C. Geer. E. S. Olmsted, S. H. Higgins. 



SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Henry E. Robinson, Colonel. 

William H. Bartlett, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Henry W. Chittenden, Major. 

John M. Camp, Adjutant; Israel C. Newton, Qr. 

Master ; William W. Plumb, Pay Master ; Dwight M. 

Seward, Cnaplain , Seth L. Childs, Surgeon ; Sherman 

Stone, Surgeon's Mate. 



MILITIA. 



123 



CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Mark Meldrum, Jos. A. Hart, John S. Hayden. 

Robert Sugden, Marshall Grimes, Jas. H. Goodrich. 

Horace Hands, Daniel C. Tryon, George Tuttle. 

Fred. Baldwin, F. S. Smith, II. C. Johnson. 

Henry C. Beckley, Linsley Austin, Fred. North. 

Morris Barnes, Elbert H. Coe, Sam. M. Spencer. 

Harley Case, Billing Neff, Asaph Strong. 

Benj. W. Field, M.W.Chittenden, Henry Francis. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
Sylvester Bailey, Franklin G. Paine, Daniel Tibbals. 

RIFLEMEN. 
Moses F. Pelton, Henry S. Cadwell, Nelson Shepard. 
Theodore Bishop, Vacant, L. M. Gladwin. 

Ichabod Avery, N. H. Parsons, Charles Sturtevant, 

ARTILLERY. 

L. Williams, G. R. Kelsey, Lewis R. Kelsey. 



FOURTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Darius Sperry, Colonel. 

Cyrus Judd, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Lucien T. Pearson, Major. 

David S. Miller, Adjutant; George B. Finch, Qr, 
Master; Samuel D. Potter, Pay Master ; Mr. Beach, 
Chaplain; Jere Burwell, Surgeon; Darwin Hitchcock, 
Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Lewis S.Gladding, Charles Hills, Vacant. 

Henry W. Dean, Vacant, Vacant. 

Jeremiah* Penfield, Henry Andrews, Vacant. 

Julius B. Savage, H. P. Matthews, Vacant. 

Alonzo^Woodford,S. Thomnson, T. S. Thompson. 

T. Leavenworth, L. D. Mills. Charles Bunnell. 

Harvey Weaver, Elisha G. Tew, Oliver Beckwith, 



124 



MILITIA. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 
Hail Grannis, Joseph Gridley, Stephen B. Munn. 
S. L. Strickland, Lewis 0. Smith, Sherman Steel. 
Edgar Woodford, Seth P. Norton. Eph. Woodford. 

RIFLEMEN. 

J. B. Thompson, Wm. L. Gaylord. 
Elias Burwell, Vacant. 
Augustus H. Cole,John A. Anidon. 

GRENADIERS. 

William Wheeler, Vacant, Vacant. 

ARTILLERY. 

Lucas H. Carter, James R. Youngs, Vacant. 



Asahel Gleason, 
L. M. Andrews, 
John Woodruff. 



SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Ezekiel Hosford, Colonel. 

Oliver R. Holcomb, Lieutenant Colonel. 

John M. Hathaway, Major. 

Lucius G. Goodrich, Adjutant; Asa Hoskins, Qr. 

Master ; Amherst L. Holcomb, Pay Master ; Charles 

McLean, Chaplain ; E. D. Hitchcock, Surgeon ; J. 

Burwell, Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. 

Wm. L. Humason,Rodney Carr, 
Wm. H. Bunce, Sol. L. Smith, 
C. 0. Cornish, Alfred Gay, 
George T. Vining,J. G. Lattimer, 
J. G. Hastings, Horace King, 
Asa Higley, James R. Hayes, 

Albert Spring, Marshall 0. Lee, 
Edwin Banning, A. C. Banning, 



ENSIGNS. 

J. W. Brown. 
Vacant. 

C. H. Sweetland. 
James W. Matson. 
Henry M. Viets. 
Nath S. Pratt. 
Joseph Galpin. 
Milo B. Miller. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 
Henry F. Bissell, Samuel N. Reed, H. P. Grovenor. 
Osman Case, Jacob B. Case, Merrell I. Mills. 

ARTILLERY. 

Hiram B. Case, Fred. M. Marks, Sidney E. Colton. 



MILITIA. 



125 



TWENTY-FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Frederick H. Sadd, Colonel. 

Francis M. Gowdy, Lieutenant Colonel. 

James H. Tyler, Major. 

Charles H. Talcott, Adjutant; J. Augustus Wright, 

Quarter Master ; John B. Moseley, Pay Master; Oscar 

F. Parker, Chaplain ; William Scott, Surgeon. 



CAPTAINS. 

John N. King, 
Horace Sellew, 
Ira Anderson, 
Alonzo D. Bliss, 
George C. Abby, 
A. W. Dickerson, 
Sam. Maynard, 
James F. Bunce, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Henry Nettleton, 
Henry E. Billings, 
Jos. 0. Hurlbert, 
Walter Bryant, 
A. D. Parker, 
Jabesh Wine, 
William Billings, 
Dan. Wads worth, 



ENSIGNS. 

Lester Dewey. 
Benjamin Ely. 
Chas. B. Risley. 
Vacant. 

Edward D. Paine. 
Albert N. Curtis. 
Hudson Alger. 
Geo. W. Sparks. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

H. Ellsworth, A. Hamilton, N. Hamilton. 

H. Hollister, George Dean, Chas. Wet'herley. 

Guy Samson, R. G. Talcott, David S. Treat. 

H. H. White, D. C. Beebe, John 0. Spencer. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Ashbel Burnham, Wm. H. White, H. B. Kilboum, 

C. Hibbard, Ed. Dimmock, Eli Gifford. 

ARTILLERY. 

Martin O. Hills, William McLean. 



E. P. Kimball, 



FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Lemuel D. Roberts, Colonel. 
Hezekiah K. Sears, Major. 

Andrew T. Hall, Adjutant; Anson H. Porter, Qr. 
Master ; Jasper H. Bolton, Pay Master ; Joseph Hen- 
son, Chaplain; Marcus L. Fisk, Surgeon; Roderick 
White, Surgeon's Mate. 



126 MILITIA. 

1st Troop. — S. B. Newbury, Captain ; Cicero Rob- 
erts, 1st Lieut.; Levi Prosser, 2d Lieut.; Erastus F. 
Jewell, Cornet. 

2d Troop.— A. D. Wakefield, Captain; MerittDoane, 
1st Lieut.; D. R. Perkins, 2d Lieut.; Alva H. Smith, 
Cornet. 

3d Troop. — Andrew J. Main, Captain ; W. S. Car- 
penter, 1st Lieut.; T. P. Winter, 2d Lieut.; Edward G. 
Ruby, Cornet. 

4th Troop. — George Pease, Captain; EbenezerPin- 
ney, 1st Lieut; Levi C. Cooley, 2d Lieut.; Asbury Has- 
kell, Cornet. 

5th Troop. — Henry Wood, Captain ; Charles W. Mel- 
len, 1st Lieut.; F. W. Adams, 2d Lieut; Samuel K. 
Meader. Cornet. 



FOURTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Samuel Stanley, Colonel. 

Arnold Bailey, Major. 

Lewis M. Hills, Adjutant ; George B. Morse, Qr. 
Master; Chas. Butler, Pay Master; Sylvester H. Clark, 
Chaplain; Edward D. Babcock, Surgeon; Thomas 
Conklin, Surgeon's Mate ; Seth W. Bishop, Quarter 
Master Sergeant; Edwin Ellis, Bugle Major. 

1st Comp. — Thomas Savage, Captain ; Willis Sav- 
age, 1st Lieut. 

2d Comp. — Alden A. Atkins, Captain ; William R. 
Blossom, 1st Lieut.; John Hunt, 2d Lieut ; Edwin N. 
Stanard, Cornet. 

3d Comp. — Daniel W. Ellis, Captain; George G. 
Deming, 1st Lieut.; B. G. Wright, Cornet. 

4th Comp. — J. G. Churchill, Captain. 



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127 



Second Brigade. 

Comprising the 2d, 7th, 10th and 22d Regiments 
Infantry ; 1st Regiment Horse Artillery, and 3d Regi- 
ment Light Artillery. 

John Wilcox, Esq., Brigadier General. 

George Arnold, Aid-de-Camp. 

Isaac Arnold, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Daniel Scovill, Brigade Quarter Master. 



SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Lucien W. Sperry, Colonel. 

Benjamin N. Tuttle, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Jonah N. Treat, Major. 

Wales French, Adjutant; Andrew Horton, Quarter 

Master; Sylvester P. Smith, Pay Master ; Judson A. 

Root, Chaplain; Samuel Lloyd, Surgeon. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Henry A.Duntye, Job Sheldon, Stephen Wire. 

Isaac K. Higby,] Luke S. Bristol, Vacant. 

Vacant, Edward Ensign, Chas. Merwin. 

Zenns M. Piatt, Amos Ailing, L. J. Clark. 

Street Bishop, Henry Snjjth, Laban Smith. 

B. Hakeley, S. C. Williams, Lucius Sackett. 

Henry Riggs, W. W. Andrew, Sheldon Bassett. 

Marcus D. Piatt, Jos. S„ Newton, Charles E. Sperry. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Charles Jackson, John Wallace. 

John Wylie, R H. White. 

John Hanover, Noyes Mix. 

John B. Porter, Wm. Baldwin. 

Wm. C. Hall, John J. Rider. 



W. H. Thornton, 
Samuel Tolles, 
Samuel Betts, 
Wm. H. Bull, 
Hiel Botsford, 

RIFLEMEN. 

Edward E. Lum, Jacob F. Scott, 






P. B. Buckinghanic 



128 MILITIA, 

SEVENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

William B. Dickinson, Colonel. 

Benjamin N. Sherman, Lieutenant Colonel. 

John L. Wilcox, Major. 

George L. Hurd, Adjutant; John W. Ma/vin, Qr. 

Master; F. W. H. Sheffield, Pay Master; Charles 

Dickinson, Chaplain; Ambrose Pratt, Surgeon; Wm. 

H. Tremain, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

J. E. H. Brainerd, Jared S. Clark, S. G. Dickinson. 

James R. Wilcox, M. N. Griswold, L. E. Stevens. 
J. A. Stanton, Chas. H. Watrous,A. S. Buckley. 

Lozelle J. Platts, John S. Lam, Elijah T. Lester. 

Daniel S. Platts, Edwin Bartlett, Sam. S. Platts. 

Jona. Warner, Ansel Shipman, George. W. Smith. 

Noah Cone, Nelson Burr, H. Scovil, jr. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
Charles Dibble, D. W. Stevens. T. E. Morgan. 
W. P. Gladwin, G. S. Gladwin, George Brooks. 
H. P. Johnson, D. B. Knowles, Noah Starkey. 
RIFLEMEN. 

Wm. B. Stevens, E. D. Shipman, Wells B. Smith. 

ARTILLERY. 
Rufus C. Shepard,Theodor^Blague, H. S. Chapman. 
Wm. B. Tibbals, Carlos B. Tyler, C. W. Parmelee. 

BAND. 

Abner Parmelee. 



TENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 
Ives Merriman, Colonel. 
Wiiliam J. Benton, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Richard D. Coan. Major. 
Charles Whittlesey, Adjutant; James Northrop, 
Quarter Master; Gustavus R. Elliott, Pay Master; 
Edwin R. Elliott, Chaplain ; Charles B. McCarta, Sur- 
geon ; Charles A. Justin, Surgeon's Mate. 



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129 



CAPTAINS. 

C. W. Langdon, 
Garry J. Mix, 
A. S. Downs, 
Rufus Pierpont, 
Ezra S. Smith, 
Vacant, 

D. B. Rossiter, 
Aaron E. Stone, 
J. C. Mansfield, 

Justin Marks, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

O. B. Goldsmith, 
George VV. Bacon 
George Rogers, 
Rosweli Brockett, 
Frederick W.Hill, 
Vacant, 
N. C. Dudley, 
James F. Jones, 
John M. Foote, 



ENSIGNS. 

William Cone. 
,C. C. Woodstock. 
John B. Carter. 
Henry Gilbert. 
Alonzo A. Fowler. 
Darwin Page. 
N. S. Fowler. 
Vacant. 
C. D. Maltby. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Willis Munson, Ezra S. Munson. 



TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Richard Welton, Colonel. 

Edwin Birdseye, Lieutenant Colonel. 

0. Ives Martin, Major. 

Lucius P. Bryan, Adjutant ; Linus Birdseye, Qr, 
Master; Elmore E. Downs, Pay Master; Jacob L. 
Clark, Chaplain ; Timothy Langdon, Surgeon; A. C. 
Woodward, Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

Wm. Undefield, 
Chas. E. Munn, 
I. H. Merriman, 
Daniel H. Holt, 
R. E. Isbell. 
Harris Smith, 
Wales Perkins, 
F. 0. Gilbert, 

J. Cook, 

A. P. Curtiss. 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Daniel Judd, 
Joseph I. Clark, 
Vacant, 

Jason Hotchkiss, 
G. A. Johnson, 
A. Thompson, 
S. Thomas, 
E. W. Nicholls, 



ENSIGNS. 

H. Smith. 
H. Baldwin. 
A. R. Johnson. 
Orrin Hotchkis9. 
Vacant. 
R. B. Hughes. 
A. T. Hotchkiss. 
Vacant. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

George Dalem, S. A. Tuttle. 
A. Curtiss. Nelson Payne. 



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130 MILITIA. 

FIRST REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Dwight Hall, Colonel. 

Hezekiah Hall, Liutenant Colonel. 

Jared R. Cook, Major. 

William N. Atwill, Adjutant ; Horatio Roberts, Qr. 
Master; Alpheus Young, Pay Master; David B. Coe, 
Chaplain; William Atwater, Surgeon; Wolcott Hail, 
Surgeon's Mate. 

1st Comp — John J. Bartholomew, Captain ; William 
R. Frisbie, 1st Lieutenant ; 2d Lieutenant, vacant. 

2d Comp. — Edwin Williams, Captain ; Sereno Bar- 
tholomew, 1st Lieutenant; Frederick Bartholomew, 
2d Lieutenant; Isaac W. Hine, 3d Lieutenant ; Eleazer 
Hall, Cornet. 

3d Comp. — Isaac Porter, Captain ; Isaac Tibbals, 
1st Lieutenant; Robert Treat, 2d Lieutenant; JohnH. 
Mosier, Cornet. 



THIRD REGIMENT ARTILLERY, 

Colin M. Ingersoll, Colonel. 

Adrian C. Heitmann, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Howard Huggins, Major. 

Charles A. Ball, Adjutant; Howard P, Blake, Qr. 

Master; Samuel B.Jerome, Pay Master; T. C. Trues- 

dale, Chaplain; David L. Daggett, Surgeon; Nathaniel 

W. Taylor, Jr., Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

C. C. Twitchell, F.H.Bradley. Lewis Hawkins. 
H. D. Parmele, Richard L. Hull, Vacant. 
H. E. Crittenden, S. R. Crampton, H. L. Conklin. 
Jesse Cooper, H. B. Newton, Vacant. 
William Watrous, Wm. McCrackan, John Arnold. 
Vacant, Theodore Pike, Vacant. 

E. B. Barker, O. D. Squire, jr. James E. Russell. 
Carlos Parmelee, O. S. Parmelee, Charles Daniels. 

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MILITIA. 131 

SECOND DIVISION. 



Consisting of the Third and Fifth Brigades. 

Amos Fowler, Esq., Major General. 

Major Jonathan N. Harris, * Aids . de . Camp . 

Major Amos 1 . Fowler, ) v 

Lieut. Colonel Anson Fowler, Division Inspector. 
Major Henry E. West, Division Quarter Master. 

Third Brigade. 

Comprising the 3d, 8th, 18th and 20th Regiments of In- 
fantry, and 2d Regiment of Horse Artillery. 
Joseph U. Holmes, Brigadier General. 
William Mercer, Aid-de-Camp. 
John A. Lathrop, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Jonathan N. Harris, Brigade Gtuarter Master. 

THIRD REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

EbenezerH. Wood worth, Colonel. 

W. A. Bailey, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Chauncey Crocker, Major. 

Samuel Dennis, Adjutant; Elisha Turner. Quarter 

Master ; Sabin Smith, Pay Master; Frederick Latimer, 

Surgeon ; Henry E. Turner, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Vacant, G. W. Holmes, Vacant. 

S. A. Caulkins, J. E. Levan, Charles E.Smith. 

O. W. Chapman, John W. Smith, G. W. Peckham. 

Vacant, J. L. Beck with, Peter Com stock. 

J. L. Morgan, C. L. Brown, John V. Miner. 

A. J. Tread way, J. Stoddard. Jr. Vacant. 

A.Huntley, Robert Lyon, O. M.Babcock. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Vacant, D. A. Red fie Id, Samuel Douglass. 

W.Green, A. Wightman, Vacant. 



132 MILITIA. 

RIFLEMEN. 

John 0. Wheeler, W. B. Kirby, Selden Daboll. 

ARTILLERY. 

George R. Miner, Thomas Fox, Lyman Lester. 
Wm. Armstrong, Daniel Anderson, J. Watrous. 



EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

C.H.Allen, Colonel. 
Jesse Y. Hull, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Joseph Keeney, Major. 
E. W. Tharger, Adjutant ; F. T. Mercer, Gtuarter 

Master; Norman, Pay Master; Jared R.Avery, 

Chaplain ; D. Prentice, Surgeon; Noyes Palmer, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

CAFTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

A. S. Prentice, Vacant, William Crandall, 

Asa P. Williams, Paul P. Prentice, Green W. Maine. 

Wm. S. Babcock, D. R. Hewett. Vacant. 

Jas. A. Billings, Israel Allen, Chas. H. Stanton. 

Thad. Gordon, Vacant, A. P. Niles. 

Wm. G. Batty, G.Newton, Janes Avery. 

G. W. Mallory, Jesse D. Bradford, Chas. H. Hancox. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Elisha Dennison, Sands H. Fish, Austin Niles. 
Hoxie Green, Vacant, Vacant. 

RIFLEMEN. 

R. Y. Latham, T. B. Williams, Isaac W, Stanton. 

ARTILLERY. 

Nathan G. Smith, F. P. Burtch, Thomas A. Dean. 



EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Edwin Allen, Colonel. 
Edward W. Eells, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Charles F. Browning, Major. 
William H. Cogswell, Adjutant; James D. Mowrey, 



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133 



Quarter Master; H. H. Hammond, Pay Master; C. 
D. Fillimore, Chaplain ; H. N. Birge, Surgeon; Theo- 
dore Raymond, Surgeon's Mate. 



captains. 
G. W. Concklin, 
Daniel Sheldon, 
H. Robinson, 
Gideon H. Abel, 
N. L. Lester, 
Ethan Allen, 
Wm. Mansfield, 
Charles Maples, 
Charles Crawly, 



LIEUTKNANTS. 

Julius Webb, 
Vacant, 

David Geer, Jr. 
W. Robinson, 
J.N. Burdick, 
Elizur Bushnell, 
George Vergeson, 
Simeon Abel, 
Vacant, 



ENSIGNS. 

O. S. Champlin. 

Vacant. 

H. W. Loomis. 

Vacant. 

Vacant. 

Chas. C. Stetson, 

Vacant. 

Elisha Maples. 

Geo. T. Maple* 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Vacant, O. Wood worth, Henry Saunders. 

J. L. Babcock, Emory Goodwin, G. Y. Babcock. 
David Young, James Nelson, J. S. Vancott 



N. L. Stanton, 
Peleg Peckham, 
Isaac Gallup, 
W. H. Congdon ; 



RIFLEMEN. 

Vacant, 
A. L. Prentice, 
D. D. Baldwin, 
Alfred Hart, 



Vacant. 

S. W. Whipple, 
Oliver S. Combes. 
John L. Stanton. 



TWENTIETH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Charles W. Lay, Colonel. 
Charles P. Northrop, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Philo Bevin, Major. 
Timothy P. Green, Adjutant ; Samuel Mitchell, Quar- 
ter Master; William E. Spencer, Pay Master; S. A. 
Loper, Chaplain; Henry Palmer, Surgeon; Mason H. 
Silliman, Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. 

William P. Holt, C. A. Champlin, 

C. P. Lathrop, C. C. Murphy, 

Hez. Bra in aid, Urbane House, 

W.Phelps, Austin Haling, 

H. A. Palmer, F. M. Palmer, 

Ralph I. Carrier, Asa W. Fuller, 



ENSIGNS. 

I. D.Burnham. 
A.Y. Worthingt'n. 
Alfred Brainard. 
E. C. Warner. 
Ezra M. Lay. 
Jas. E. Emmons, 



134 MILITIA. 

Vacant, E. B. Bailey, G. W. Goodrich. 

Andrew Phelps, W. L. Ellis, S. Potter. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Sam'l. A. Potter, Nathaniel Pottei, Austin Root. 

A.C. Phelps, H. P. Gardiner-, Fred- S. Swan. 

Allen C. Clark, N. S. Markham, Oliver West, Jr. 



SECOND REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Jedediah S. Hough, Colonel. 

William F.Mitchell, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Her.ry H. Hazen, Major. 

Giles Dart, Adjutant; William Rogers, Quarter 
Master; L. D. Armstrong, Pay Master; Bur- 
chard, Chaplain ; Charles C. Hilliard, Surgeon; Chas. 
W. Sherman, Surgeon's Mate; John Hough, Quarter 
Master Sergeant; Israel Webster^ Trumpet Major; H. 
P. Hutchinson, Sergeant Major. 

1st Company. — Sheldon A. Baily, Captain ; Egbert 
Brown, 1st Lieutenant ; Thomas Spencer, 2d Lieuten- 
ant; Vacant, 3d Lieutenant; David Foot, 4th Lieuten- 
ant ; Isham Greenwood, Cornet. 

2d Company.— Joseph J. Hyde, Captain; Vacant, 1st 
Lieutenant ; Charles N. Pendleton, 2d Lieutenant; An- 
drew M. Bingham, 3d Lieutenant; John C. Luce, 4th 
Lieutenant; John P. Johnson, Cornet. 

3d Company.— Henry A. Mitchell, Captain ; Caleb 
O. Burrows, 1st Lieutenant; Amasa Rockwell, Jr. 2d 
Lieutenant ; Franklin Palmer, 3d Lieutenant ; F. Mer- 
cer, 4th Lieutenant ; Vacant, Cornet. 



Fifth Brigade. 

Comprising the 5th, 1.1th, 19th and 23d Regiments of 
Infantry, 2d Regiment of Cavalry, and 1st Battalion of 
Artillery. 

Lloyd E. Baldwin, Esq., Brigadier General. 

William Swift, Aid-de-Camp. 

Lucius J. Hendee, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

John W. Ensworth, Brigade Quarter Master. 



MILITIA. 135 

FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Epaphras S afford, Colonel. 
Charles Thompson, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Andrew C.Lester, Major. 
Lucius Lincoln, Adjutant ; Charles Wilber, Quarter 
Master ; Horace Gary, Pay Master; Thomas Tallman, 
Chaplain ; C. B. Brumley, Surgeon; Sumner L. Lin- 
coln, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Norman B. Hall, A. R Moulton, Loren Lincoln. 

Chas. Cleveland, David T. Potter, Timothy Prince. 

Henry Webb, A. G. Fuller, John P. Webb. 

Wm. F. Hall, J. Starkwether, Harry Spalding. 
Jacob M. Allen, Jos. Farnham, Jr. George Sanger. 

Benj. D. Clark,' Theo. Hammet, Alexander Hill. 

Francis D. Fuller, F. W. Whipple, Henry S. Martin. 

D. H. Freeman, Wm. H. Butler, George B. Fenton. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Amos Witter, Jr. Jos. Hutchins, Jr. Edward Lester. 
R. O. Hovey, Egbert Hall, Edwin H. Hall. 

ARTILLERY. 

Edwin G. Main, Wm. A. Owen, Henry G. Neye. 



ELEVENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

George S. F. Stoddard, Colonel. 

Calvin D. Williams, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Charles Scarborough, Major. 

Charles Burton, Adjutant; Edward A. Osgood, 

Quarter Master; Harrison Johnson, Pay Master; 

William Marsh, Chaplain; Samuel Bowen, Surgeon ; 

Lewis Williams, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Lewis White, George Webber, Elisha Williams. 
John D. Vinton, Vacant, Nelson Lyon. 

Augustus Bassett, George S. Gallup, John W. Talbut. 
Benedict Oatley, Joseph Grant, Knight Kies, 



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MILITIA. 



Nelson Morse, 
Silas S. Joy, 
J. M. Herindeen, 
Wm. J. Keith, 

Clinton Howard, 

Isaac Corbin, 

Jas. VV. Bullock, 
H. G. O. Bacon, 
S. S. Sprague, 

Alex. Mitchell, 



S. Chamberlain, Origen Bennett. 
Jona. E. Bowen, I. N. Tourtellott. 
Charles Stoddard, Lathrop Goodell. 
Chas. D. Morey, H. F. Ballard. 
Nathan. Sessions, Logan Crawford. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Chas. R. Dean, Findley M. Fox. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Albert Day, John D. Williams. 

B. F. Hutchens, Wm. M. Talbut. 

J. Starkweather, S. H. Oatley. 

ARTILLERY. 

Milton Sea^reave, S. S. Arnold. 



NINETEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Elijah W. Smith, Colonel. 
Freeman M. Brown, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Benjamin L. Bissell, Major. 
Henry A. Hawkins, Adjutant ; Charles W. Chap- 
man, Quarter Master; Horatio S. Flynt, Pay Master; 
James Squire, Chaplain ; Ahijah Ladd, Surgeon, Ste- 
phen Griggs, 2d, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. 

W.B. Woodruff, John H. Bower, 
George M. Grant, John C. Willev, 
John Smith, Jr. H. E. Babcock, 

Philo D. Shaw, 

Vacant, 



Arba Hyde, 2d. 
Anson Spelman, 
H. G. Ransom, 



ENSIGNS. 

Wells Spencer. 
Morton A born. 
Wm. H. Kibbe. 
Lyman W. Crane. 
Vacant. 



Wm. A. Gager, 
G. C. Wood, 



Sylvester Morris, S. C. Carpenter. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Leverett Luce, Calvin Whiton. 
Joseph Sexton, E. Hopkins, Jr. 



RIFLEMEN. 
Adolphus King, T. W. Parsons, 
Wm. A. Colburn, Wm. H. Reed, 



Chas. M. Collins. 
Lucius Blodgett. 



MULITIA. 137 

TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Jonathan C. Porter, Colonel. 
Charles G. Southmayd, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Joseph Dorseit, Jr. Major. 
Nathaniel Root, Jr. Adjutant; Madison Woodward, 
Quarter Master; Truman Johnson, Pay Master; Da- 
vid Bancroft, Chaplain; Timothy Dimock, Surgeon; 
Roderick Stebbins, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Orrin Shumway, Ormand N. Lull, F. W. Barrows. 
Geo. R. Hurlburt, Miles C. Dexter, Benjamin Cady. 
John B. Scovell, Edward C. Little, Henry C. Clark. 
Vacant, Vacant, Vacant. 

Charles P. Rider, C. H.Burnham, William Parsons. 
M. N. Loomis, Nat. W. French, John B. French. 
Wm. E. Preston, N. W. Preston, Wm. L. Allen. 
George Piatt, Royal Chapman, John F. Converse. 

Joseph M. Foster, Jos. F. Rindge, William Soule. 
H. M. Kingsbury, D. M. Bumap, H. P. Kingsbury. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
W. M. Spaflford, Vacant, H. Starkweather. 

James J. Slade, U. L. Carpenter, Abel Fuller. 

ARTILLERY. 

John Brace, James H. Corrin, Ralph Crittenden. 



SECOND REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Judson M. Lyon, Colonel. 
Jirah Hyde, Major. 

Seneca B. Congdon, Adjutant; Albert Underwood, 
Gluarter Master; Luther VV. Fisher, Pay Master; Va- 
cant, Chaplain; John H. Manning, Surgeon; N. B. 
Williams, Surgeon's Mate. 

1st Company. — James M. Fuller, Captain ; Lucius J. 
Snow, 1st Lieutenant ; George W. Holt, 2d Lieutenant; 
George W. Aspenwall, Cornet. 

2d Company. — Ethan Chaffee. Captain ; Harris 



138 MILITIA. 

Kies, 1st Lieutenant ; Josiah C. Palmer, 2d Lieutenant; 
John S. Wilson, Cornet. 

3d Company. — James M. Kingsley, Captain ; Eras- 
tus D. Post, 1st Lieutenant ; Alanson C. Abel, 2d Lieu- 
tenant ; Ralph G. Abel, Cornet. 

4th Company. — Luther E. Rawson, Captain ; Dwight 
Austin, 1st Lieulenan: ; Samuel P. Crawford, 2d Lieu- 
tenant : John B. Healy, Cornet. 



FIRST REGIMENT ARTILLERY- 
F. W. Treadway, Major. 
Wareham Williams, Adjutant; Elam C. Beech, 
Quarter Master ; Amos W. Prentice, Pay Master ; 
Benajah Cook, Chaplain ; Francis M. Manning, Sur- 
geon. 

CAPTAINS. 1ST LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

Th. G. Kingsley, Andrew Lathrop, Isaac Johnson. 
Jas. M. Kingsley, Psat'h. C. Payne. Austin Gay. 
L. Armstrong, Emery B. Ray, Warren Perrige. 
D. B. Morgan, Oliver W. Cary, Frederick Howe. 



THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the Fourth and Sixth Brigades. 

George P. Shelton, Esq., Major General. 

Major Henry P. Graves, > Aids . de . CamD 
Major David B. Booth, j Aids-de-Oamp. 

Lieut. Colonel Sidney B. Beardsley, Divis. Inspector. 
Major Donal J. Warner, Division Quarter Master. 



Fourth Brigade. 

Comprising the 4th, 9th, 15th, and 24th Regiments 
Infantry, 3d Regiment Horse Artillery, 5th Regiment 
Cavalry, and 4th Battalion Artillery. 

Charles W. Thorp, Esq., Brigadier General. 



MILITIA. 139 

Wm. B. Oakley, Aid-de-Camp. 
Daniel Wheeler, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Henry B. Lake, Brigade Quarter Master. 

FOURTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Judson Curtis, Colonel. 

Orville H. Beardslce, Lieut. Colonel. 

Joseph Perry, jr., Major. 

William Hubbell, Adjutant; Stephen Beardslee, jr., 

Quarter Master; Burr S. Hubbell, Pay Master; S. B. 

Brittan, Chaplain; E. B. Middlebrook, Surgeon; L. G. 

Beers, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

J. G. Morehouse, S. J. Osborn, J. C. Nichols, 

F. H. Ufford, 
S. B. Gorham, Wm. H. Gorham, N. B. Gorham. 
Abiel Fanton, Charles B. Hall, S. M. Cougar. 
Wm. Bradley, Nathan Gould, Geo. Wilson. 
Nathan Curtiss, L. L. Wilcoxon, A. C. Lewis. 
Henry Bennett. J. C. Buckingham, E. Bennett. 
Wm. Sirrine, Wm. H. Bennett, I. N. Bevans. 

R.T. Middlebrook, S. Fairchild. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

B. Sherwood, A. Bulkley, 2d, Aaron Turnev. 

C. B. Hall, C. B. Nichols, C. W. Wordin. 
H. P. Burr, G. S. Adams. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Hanford Hull, Amariah Mallett, George Knapp. 



NINTH REGTMENT INFANTRY. 

Hanford Stevens, Colonel. 
Augustus Weed, Lieut. Colonel. 
Wm. K. Mead, Major. 
Edward B. Piatt, Adjutant; Wm. R. Lockwood, 



140 



MILITIA. 



Quarter Master ; Charles F. Andrews, Pay Master ; 
Chauncey Ayres, Surgeon ; Charles L. Raymond, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 



CAPTAINS. 

Holly Adams, 
F. A. Ferris, 
L. G. Wilcox, 
Burr Smith, 
John B. Wilson, 

Henry Close, 
Lewis Raymond, 
Isaac Waterbury, 



John F. Peck, 
Wm. T. Minor, 
Gilbert Lent, 
Henry B. Hoyt, 



Richard Brush, Wm. C. Lane. 



Benjamin Green, Henry S. Banks. 

S. B. Gorham. 
Edward Stiles, Wm. Burns. 



RIFLEMEN. 

Jos. Bouton, 
Edward Capron, 
Elijah Lent, 
S. E. Killer, 



L. B. Benedict. 



F. E. Quintard. 
David Duncan. 
Edward Sniffin, 
Egbert Mead. 



FIFTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

David B. Rogers, Colonel. 

Charles Northrop, Lieut. Colonel. 

Philo C. Merwin, Major. 

John C. Smith, Adjutant ; Nathan L. Buckingham, 
Quarter Master; Charles H. Sanf'ord, Pay Master; E. 
Huntington, Chaplin ; Daniel W. Northrop, Surgeon; 
Wm. F. Lacy, Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

E. Benedict, 
Isaac Pickett, 
D. J. Northrop, 
David Fay, 
B. B. Kellogg, 
P. C. Merwin, 
R. O. Gurlev, 
W. P. Bennett, 
Buel Pickett, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Henry Wood, 
Geo. Richmond, 
Carlos B. Booth, 
L. N. Crofoot, 
S. Whitehead, 
N. C. Goodell, 
H. Hubbell, 
F. L. Sherman, 
Henry Giddings, 



ENSIGNS. 

Levi Hungerford. 

R. Benedict. 
E. Fenn. 
T. G. Rogers. 
Abel S. Hawley. 
A. N. Sharp. 
Peter Wooster. 
0. Stevens. 



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141 



Eli Beardslee, 

L. A. Warner, 
H. G. Barnum, 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Lewis B. Pepper, I. N. Hungerford. 

RIFLEMEN. 

P. W. Welles, C. Buckingham. 
0. Benedict, J. P. Taylor. 



TWENTY-FOURTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Hiram K. Scott, Colonel. 
Aaron L. Sanford, Lieut. Colonel. 
Aaron Lockwood, Major. 
Samuel Scott, Adjutant; Samuel W. Thorpe, Quar- 
ter Master; Timothy Jones, Pay Master; James A. 
Hawley, Chaplain; Nehemiah Perry, jr., Surgeon; 
Benjamin K. Northrop, Sergeant Major; Wm. Scott, 
Quarter Master Sergeant. 



CAPTAINS 

Charles H. Seely 
Andrew James, 
Stephen Perry, 
Charles Cannon, 
Wm. Nichols, 
S. N. Brush, 
Wm. P. Sanford, 
E. T. Dudley. 



LIEUTENANTS. 

, Samuel Lobdell, 
John St. John, 
John W. Peck, 
L. J. Olmsted, 
David Bulkley, 
John Abbot, 
D. Bradley, 



ENSIGNS. 

Theodore Hyatt. 
John Waterbury. 

C. Middlebrook. 
Wm. P. Welles. 
Joseph E. Field. 
Walter Mills. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 



J. M. Lockwood, John Keeler, 
John S. Adams, J. S. Dickerson, 



Clark S. Keeler. 
Andrew Welles. 



FIFTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. 
Henry R. Whittlesey, Colonel. 
Judah P. Crosbie, Major. 
Samuel D. Gregory, Adjutant; William Dick, Quar- 
ter Master; Benjamin S. Brown, Pay Master; G. At- 
wood, Surgeon; Allyn M, Hungerford, Surgeon's Mate. 
1st Comp. — George B. Johnson, Captain ; Samuel 



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MILITIA. 



B. Pearce, 1st Lieut. ; Monroe D, Downs, 2d Lieut. ; 
Frederick Jackson, Cornet. 

2d Comp. — George W. Wilson, Captain; John Corn- 
ing, 1st Lieut. ; Ezra Mallory, 2d Lieut. ; Russel W. 
Hoyt, Cornet. 

3d Comp.— Henry Gunn, Captain ; James E. Wells, 
1st Lieut. ; Wm. Bostwick, 2d Lieut. ; Henry Camp, 
Cornet. 

4th Comp. — William Botsford, Captain ; Lyman 
Bradley, 1st Lieut.; Thomas Taylor, 2d Lieut.; Philo 
Clark, Cornet. 



THIRD REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

David S. Beardsley, Colonel. 

Ebenezer Ayres, Lieut. Colonel. 

Samuel B. Dayton, Major. 

Frederick N. Hurd, Adjutant; Curtiss L. Bostwick, 
Quarter Master ; Eliakim L. Walker, Pay Master ; E. 
B. Middlebrook, Surgeon ; George Everitt, Surgeon's 
Mate. 

1st Comp. — Gould Judson, Captain ; Abel S. Beach, 
1st Lieut. ; Birdsey Curtiss, 2d Lieut. ; Charles Mor- 
gan, 3d Lieut. ; Ephraim L. Beardsley, 4th Lieut.; W. 
D. Gregory, Cornet. 

2d Comp. — George Whitlock, Captain; Daniel C. 
Rider, 1st Lieut. ; Linus S. Benedict, 2d Lieut. ; Geo. 
N. Foot. 3d Lieut. ; Moses B. Sanford, 4th Lieut. ; A. 
B. Wakeman, Cornet. 

3d Comp. — Eleazer Sherwood, Captain; Timothy 
M. Banks, 1st Lieut.; Nathan L. Murwin, 2d Lieut.; 
Francis B. Banks, 3d Lieut. ; Moses Wakeman, 4th 
Lieut. ; S. W. Mead, Cornet. 

4th Comp. — Aipheus Brown, Captain; Theodore H. 
Mead, 1st Lieut.; Charles Scofield, 2d Lieut,; David 
L. Husteed, 3d Lieut. 

FOURTH REGIMENT LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

William Dowd, Lieut Colonel Commandant. 



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143 



Daniel Wheeler; Major. 

P. E. Capee, Adjutant; Olander Wilcox, Quarter 
Master ; Theodore M. Weed, Pay Master; Dwight 

Morris, Chaplain ; Wm. L. Watson, Surgeon ; 

Birdsey, Surgeon's Mate. 

captains. 1st lieu'ts. 2d lieu'ts. 

F.Starr, Wm. F. Green, N. C.Brockington. 

F. Hubbell, T. W. Stillman, Geo. B. Smith. 

Hiram Bell, 

E. E. Edwards, C. N. Brinsmade, Geo. Pool. 
J. E. Curtiss, M. A. Walkley, E. Judson. 



Sixth Brigade. 

Comprising the 12th, 13th, 16th, and 2lst Regiments 
Infantry, and 3d Regiment Cavalry. 

Wm. T. King, Brigadier General. 

Walter S. Brown, Aid-de-Camp. 

W. Hotchkiss, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

J. E. Wheeler, Brigade Quarter Master. 

TWELFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. , 

Albert L. Hodge, Colonel. 
John M. Bristol, Lieut. Colonel. 
Charles C. Whittlesey, Major. 
William R. Harrison, Adjutant; Nathan T. Beards- 
ley, Quarter Master ; Theodore Bird, Pay Master ; G. 
L. Foote, Chaplain ; Thomas T. Seeley, Surgeon ; W. 
C. Catlin, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

J. R Thomas, Edward Atwood, George Staples. 

Curtiss Hinman, G. S. Bust wick, Japhet Curtis, jr. 

Levi F. Scott, Walter B. Lake, Orrin H. Addis. 

Joseph Baldwin, A. S. Beardsley, William Wattles. 

Merritt Beach, Joseph Frost, George Baldwin. 

H. J. Baldwin, Elias Taylor, H. H. Cogswell. 



144 MILITIA. 

Levi Smith, Lewis E. Judd, S. A. Warner. 

L. A. Thompson, Silas Tuttle, Robert Camp. 

S. L. Tuttle, F. H. Giay, Noah B. Tuttle. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Jonas Hungerford, Joel Hungerford, A. W. Darrow 

ARTILLERY. 

R. L. Teeple, G. H. Bostwick, Royal A. Ford. 



THIRTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Henry L. Fuller, Colonel. 

James M. Smith, Lieut. Colonel. 

Henry Woodworth, Major. 

Seth W. Hopson, Adjutant, pro tern.; Smith Booth, 

Quarter Master ; John P. Walton, Pay Master ; George 

W. Fash, Chaplin ; Solon Hubbard, Surgeon ; — 

Swift, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Andis Briggs. 

Chas. J. Fuller, John Spooner, Elijah Skiff. 

B. S. Hamlin, V. G. Sears, A. S. Holmes. 
P. G. Merrit, Chauncey Bunce. 

A.*E. Todd, Woodworth, ■ Dibble. 

E. T. Hunt, Chester Curtis, C. L. Hunt. 

0. C. Abels, L. H. Hollister, J. F. Tickner. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

S. E. Hinman, G. W. Stevens, Lyman R. Youngs. 
G. S.*Miner, T. R. Ives. 

C. Williams, L. S. Bartram, George Fenn. 

ARTILLERY. 

Henry T. Cable, John Seeley, Austin L. Frink. 



SIXTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 
Joseph Birge, jr,. Colonel. 
William F. Baldwin, Lieut. Colonel. 



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145 



Charles Carter, Major. 
William E. Dickinson, Adjutant ; S. G. Hayes, 
Quarter Master; Alphonso Cang^ee, Pay Master, D. L. 
Mark, Chaplain ; George Seymour, Surgeon. 

ENSIGNS. 



CAPTAINS. 

S. S. More, 

T. S. Jones," 

O. L. Webster, 
L. W. Thrall, 

Newton Smith, 

E. H. Churchill, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

F. R. Deming, 
A. J. Pierpont, 
L. A. Reed, 
John W. Buel, 
Eli G. Catlin, 
L. M. Griswold, 



G. W. Beers, 
Hiram Welton, 

Solomon Marsh, 



E. Beeman, 

H. B. Ames. 

RIFLEMEN. 

E. C. Buel, 
Russell Coe, 

ARTILLERY. 

S. S. Morse, 



A. Markham. 
F. D. McNiel. 
J. G. Bailey. 
C. F. Drake. 
A. J. Beach. 

A. Whitcomb. 
S. Gurnsey. 



J. G. Batterson. 
Apollos Fenn. 



Pierpont. 



TWENTY-FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Salmon Howel, Colonel. 
SauforJ Allen, Lieut. Colonel. 
Augustus Smith, Major. 
H. H. Bartlett, Adjutant ; Salmon Giddings, Quarter 
Master; Joseph Marsh, Pay Master ; Alexander Lead- 
better, Chaplain ; William H. Huggins, Surgeon. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

S. L. Lyman, William Cowles, 

Samuel Allen, Wm. E. Howel, 

Harlow W. Coe, S. C. Newton, 

John Hinsdale, C. H. Blake, 






Abner S. Hart. 
Josiah Thompson. 
Charles Alvord. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 



H. 



L. Lincoln. 
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RIFLEMEN. 
George C. Wilson. 

GRENADIERS. 

Wm. S. Nash, William Smith, James Richards. 

ARTILLERY. 

C. N. Wilder, Adney C. Thorp, William Tiffany. 



THIRD REGIMENT CAVALRY. 
Major C. Peck, Colonel. 
Oliver W. Austin, Major. 

Martin Phelps, Adjutant; N. B. Gaylord, Quarter 
Master; C. G. Babcock, Pay Master ; William Church, 
Chaplain ; John A. Gillett, Surgeon ; G. K. Peck, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

1st Comp.— S. M. Scoville, Captain; Samuel Catlin, 
1st Lieut. ; John Hart, 2d Lieut.; A Squire, Cornet. 

2d Comp. — H. Pendleton, Captain ; Cicero Beach, 
2d Lieut. 

3d Comp. — W. G. Norton, Captain; Henry Seymour, 
1st Lieut. ; Enos Sage, 2d Lieut. 

4th Comp. James L. Hubbell, Captain ; H. Hotch- 
kiss, 1st Lieut. ; R. L. Picket, 2d Lieut. ; A. 
Cornet. 



COMMITTEE TO REVISE THE MILITIA LAWS. 

Martin Kellogg, Charles T. Hillyer, Richard D. 
Hubbard. 



GOVERNORS Of THE STATES. 



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GOVERNORS 



OF THE 


STATES AND TERRITORIES, 


WITH THEIB 


t SAL- 




ARIES, AND TERMS OF OFFICE. 






States. 


Governors. 


SaVy. 


Trm. 


Trm 


exps. 


Maine. 


Hugh J. Anderson, 


1, 500 


1 


Jan. 


1847 


N. H. 


John H. Steele, 


1,000 


I 


June, 


1846 


Vt. 


William Slade, 


750 


1 


Oct. 


1846 


Mass. 


George N. Briggs, 


2,500 


1 


Jan. 


1817 


R. 1. 


Charles Jackson, 


400 


1 


May, 


1846 


Conn. 


Roger S. Baldwin, 


1,100 


1 


May, 


1846 


N. Y. 


Silas Wright, 


4,000 


2 


Jan. 


1847 


N.J. 


Charles C. Stratton, 


2,000 


3 


Oct. 


1847 


Penn. 


Francis R. Shunk, 


3,000 


3 


Jan. 


1848 


Del. 


Thomas Stockton, 


l,333i 


3 


Jan. 


1848 


Md. 


Thomas J. Pratt, 


4,200 


3 


Jan. 


1848 


Va. 


William Smith, 


3,333i 


3 


Mar. 


1846 


N. C. 


William A. Graham, 


2,000 


2 


Jan. 


1847 


s. c. 


William Akein, 


3,500 


2 


Dec. 


1846 


Ga. 


George W. Crawford, 


3,500 


2 


Nov. 


1847 


Ala. 


Joshua L. Martin, 


3,500 


2 


Dec. 


1847 


Mp. 


Albert G. Brown, 


3,000 


2 


Jan. 


1848 


La. 


Alex. Mouton, 


•5,000 


4 


Jan. 


1847 


Ark. 


Thomas S. Drew, 


2,000 


4 


Nov. 


1848 


Tenn. 


Aaron V. Brown, 


2,000 


2 


Oct. 


1847 


Ky. 


William Owsley, 


2,500 


4 


Sept. 


184S 


Ohio, 


Mordecai Bartley, 


1,500 


2 


Dec. 


1846 


Mich. 


Alpheus Felch., 


1,500 


2 


Jan. 


1848 


Ind. 


James Whitcomb, 


1 ,500 


3 


Dec. 


1846 


111. 


Thomas Ford, 


1,100 


4 


Dec. 


1846 


Mo. 


John C. Edwards, 


1,500 


4 


Nov. 


1848 


Flor. 


William D. Moseley, 


2,500 


4 


July, 


1849 


Territ 












Wise. 


Henry Dodge, 


2,500 


3 


Mar. 


1848 


Iowa, 


James Clark, 


2,500 


3 


July, 


1848 



In Virginia and South Carolina, the Governors are 
appointed by the Legislatures; and if no one has a ma- 
jority of votes for Governor in the States where a ma- 
jority is requisite, the Legislature elects to the office 
one of the candilates voted for by the people. 



148 SOCIETIES. 

CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 
Annual Convention, May, 1845. 

FELLOWS. 

Hartford County. 
E. K. Hunt, John S. Butler, Ashbel W. Barrows, 
Roswell Hawley, Eli Hall. 

New Haven County. 
Jonathan Knight, Elisha Hutchinson,Charles Hooker, 
L. N. Beardsley, D. L, Daggett. 

New London County. 
Avery Downer, Worth ington Hooker, W. W. J. War- 
ren, Mason Manning, Isaac G. Potter. 
Middlesex County. 
I. Hutchinson, A. M. Holt, R. Warner. 

Fairfield County. 
R. Blakeman, Samuel Beach, C. Ayres, Samuel S. 
Noyes, George Blackman. 

Litchfield County. 
Remus M. Fowler, J. G. Beckwith, William B. De 
Forest, Edward P. Lyman, Albert A. Wright 
Windham County. 
William Witter, Justin Hammond, Milton Bradford, 
Nathan S. Pike, Chester Hunt. 

Tolland County. 
Francis L. Dickinson, Alden Skinner, Orin C. 
White. 



OFFICERS 



Luther Ticknor, m. d., President. 
Archibald Welch, m. ., Vice President. 
Virgil M. Dow, m. d., Treasurer. 
Worthington Hooker, m. d., Secretary. 



SOCIETIES. 



149 



STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Luther Ticknor, m. d., ex officio, . 
Silas Fuller, m. d., i 

J. G. Beckwith, m. d., \ 

Archibald Welch, m. d. 
William II. Cogswell, m. d., 
Bufus Blakeman, m. d., 

Eli Ives, m. d., 
Isaac G. Porter, m. d. 
Richard Warner, m. d., 
Samuel Beach, m. d., 
Willam Witter, m. d. 

Remus M. Fowler, M. D., 
William S. Pierson, M. D., 
Reynold Webb, M. D., 
Ashbel Woodward, M. D., 
E. K. Hunt, M. D., 



Committee 

of 

Examination. 



Committee 
to nominate 
Physician of 
the Retreat for 
the Insane. 

Committee to 
nominate Pro- 
fessors in the 
Medical Inst, 
of Yale Coll. 



HONORARY MEMBERS. 

James Jackson, Boston, Mass.; John C. Warren, do., 
Benjamin Silliman, New Haven; George M'Clellan, 
Philadelphia, Pa.; Theodoric Romeyn Beck, Albany, 
N. Y.; James Thatcher, Plymouth, Mass.; Edward 
Delafield, New York ; John Delamater, Little Falls, 
N. Y.; Walter Charming, Boston, Mass.; Jacob Bigelow, 
do.; Daniel Drake, Cincinnati, Ohio ; Henry Mitchell, 
Norwich, N. Y.; Nathan Ryno Smith, Baltimore, Md.; 
Valentine Mott, New York; Samuel White, Hudson, 
N. Y.; Reuben D. Mussey, Cincinnati, Ohio; William 
Tulley, New Haven ; Richmond Brownell, Providence, 
R. I., William Beaumont, U. S. Army ; Samuel Henry 
Dickson, Charleston, S. C; Samuel B. Woodward, 
Worcester, Mass.; John Stearns, New York ; Stephen 
W. Williams, Deerfield, Mass.; Henry Green, Albany, 
N. Y.; George Frost, Springfield, Mass., Willard Par- 
ker, New York ; Benajah Ticknor, U. S. Navy ; Alden 
March, Albany, N. Y. 



150 SOCIETIES. 

ORDINARY MEMBERS. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

David S. Dodge, M. D., Chairman. 
Ebenezer K. Hunt, Clerk. 

Hartford — Silas Fuller, George Sumner, D?«.vid S. 
Dodge, Henry Holmes, S. B. Beresford, G. B. Hawley, 
E. E. Marcy, G. W. Russell, David Crary, Pinkney W. 
Ellsworth, Benjamin Rogers, E. K. Hunt, Samuel B. 
Fuller, Samuel Banks, Seth Saltmarsh, John S. Butler, 
Thomas B. Kittridsre, H. A. Grant. 

West Hartford — Edward Brace. 

Avon — Alfred Kellogg. 

Berlin — Horatio Gridley, Sylvester Buckley, E. Bran- 
degee. Jr.* 

New Britain — Samuel Hart, Lucius Woodruff, E. D. 
Babcock. 

Bloomfield — John F. Wells. 

Bristol — Jared W. Pardee, Joseph W. Camp. 

Burlington— William Fields, William Elton, 2d, 
Jeremiah Burwell. 

Canton — Benadam Kasson, Thomas G. Hazen. 

Colli nsville— Samuel W. Brown, R. H. Tiffany. 

East Hartford— Pardon Brownell, Eli Hall. 

East Windsor— Elijah F. Reed. 

South Windsor— Horace C. Gillette. 

Scantick — Hiram Watson. 

Enfield — J. P. Converse, A. L. Spalding. 

Farminaiton — Asahel Thompson, E. W. Carrington, 
Julius Willard, Chauncey Brown. 

Glastenbury — Ralph Carter. 

South Glastenbury Andrus, Roswell Haw- 
ley. 

Eastbury^-Sabin Stocking. 

Granby — Jairus Case, Joseph F. Jewett. 

North Granby — Josiah C. Banning. 

East Granby — Chester Hamlin. 

West Granby — Justus D. Wilcox. 

Hartland— William H. Huggins, 



SOCIETIES. 151 

Manchester — William C. Williams, Harrison Mcin- 
tosh, William Woodbridge, Sydney Rockwell. 

Marlborough — L. W. Mdntosh. 

Simsbury — Augustus R. Case, R. A. White. 

Tariffville, George W. Sanford. 

Southington — Julius S. Barnes, Frederick A. Hart 

Suffield — Asaph L, Bissell, S. B. Low. 

Wethersfield— Archibald Welch, E. F, Cooke, Ash- 
bel Robertson. 

Rocky Hill — Ashbel W. Barrows. 

Windsor — William S. Pierson, Theodore Sill, Henry 
C. Preston. 

NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 
Willoughby L. Lay, M. D., Chairman, 
Pliny A. Jewett, M. D., Clerk. 

New Haven— John Skinner, Eli Ives, Jonathan 
Knight, Timothy P. Beers, Samuel Punderson, V. M. 
Dow, Alfred S. Munson, Charles Hooker, Henry B. 
Porter, N. B. Ives, E. H. Bishop, D. H. Moore, E. D, 
North, J. Augustus Totten, P T;Miller, L. A. Thomas, 
Levi Ives, Pliny A. Jewett, J. Thompson Hotchkiss, 
L. D. Wilcoxson, D. L. Daggett, G. O. Sumner, D. A, 
Tyler, Henry Bronson, Daniel Holt, David Pilchard. 

Westville — Samuel Lloyd. 

Eair Haven— Charles S. Thompson, Lester Keep, 

Bethany — Asa C. Woodward, 

Branford— Willoughby L Lay. 

Cheshire — Asa J. Driggs. 

Derby— W. J. Whiting. 

Birmingham — Ambrose Beardsley. 

Humphreysville — Abiram Stoddard, S. C. Johnson, 
Joshua Kendall, Thomas Stoddard. 

East Haven — Bela Farnham. 

Guilford— Joel Canfield, Elisha Hutchinson, Alvan 
Talcott. 

Hamden — William M. White, 

Madison — Reynold Webb. 

North Madison— G. E. Perkins. 

Meriden— B, H. Catlin, Gardner Barlow, 



152 



SOCIETIES. 



Yalesville, C. B. McCarty. 

Middlebury — Jacob Lindsley, Robert Crane, W. C. 
Catlin. 

Milford — Andrew French, Hull Allen, Lucius N. 
Beardsley. 

Naugatuck — J. D. Mears, Timothy Langdon. 

North Branford — Sheldon Beardsley. 

North Haven — Anson Moody, Chauncey B.' Foote e 

Oxford — N. Stone, J. Lounsbury. 

Orange — P. N. Curtiss. 

South bury — Anthony B. Burritt. 

South Britain — Nathan C. Baldwin. 

Wallingford — Lyman Parker, B. F. Harrison. 

Waterbury — Joseph Porter, Daniel Porter, Jr., M. 
C. Leavenworth, G. L. Piatt. 

Woodbridge — Isaac Goodell, Andrew Castle. 

Wolcott — Hemy Byington. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

Avery Downer, M. D., Chairman. 
Rufus W. Mathewson. M. D., Clerk. 

New London — Archibald Mercer, Dyer T. Brain" 
ard, Nathaniel S. Perkins, James Morgan, I. G. Porter* 
William W. Miner, Charles E. Ames. 

Norwich — R. P. Tracy, Ralph Farnsworth, Wor- 
thington Hooker, Chauncey Burgess, Elijah Dyer, Jr., 
Joseph Peabody, E. Phinney, B. T. Roath, Rufus W. 
Mathewson, J. W. Brooks, B. Fordyce Barker, Ashbel 
B. Haile, John D. Ford, Robert A. Manwaring. 

Bozrah — Samuel Johnson. 

Colchester — Ezekiel W. Parsons, Frederick Morgan, 
J. R Dorr. 

East Lyme — John L. Smith, Austin F. Perkins. 

Franklin — Ashbel Woodward. 

Griswold — Lucius Tyler, Alonzo Fuller. 

Groton — John O. Miner, Joseph Durfey. 

Portersville — Benjamin F. Stoddard, Elias F. Coats. 

Lebanon — Joseph Comstock, E. Osgood, R. P. Green. 

Ledyard — H. H. Loomis. 



SOCIETIES. 153 

Lisbon — Vine Smith. 

Lyme— Richard Noyes, John Noyes, Shubael P. 
Eartlett. 

Hamburg — John C. M. Brock way. 

Pleasant Valley — William W. J. Warren. 

Montville — Ephraim Fellows, W. A. Babcock. 

Uncasville — Jedediah R. Gay, J. C. Bolles. 

North Stonington — Thomas P. Wattles, Alvah Gray, 

Preston — Avery Downer, Eleazer B. Downing. 

Poquetannoc — C. S. Avery, A. W. Coats. 

Salem— J. P. Fuller. 

Stonington— W. Bobertson, William Hyde, G. E. 
Palmer, William Hyde, Jr. 

Mystic — Mason Manning. 

Waterford — James Roarers. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Elijah Middlebrook, M. D., Chairman. 
George Blackman, M. D., Clerk. 

Fairfield — Jeremiah T. Denison, S. P. V. R. Ten 
Broeck, 

Greenfield — Rufus Blakeman 

Southport — Justus Sherwood. 

Bridgeport — Samuel Simons, D. H. Nash, Samuel 
Beach, William L. Watson. 

Brookfield — Noah A. Lacey, A. L. Williams. 

Danbury — Daniel Comstock, R. B. Botsford, E. P. 
Bennett. 

Darien — Warren Percival. 

Huntington — James H. Shelton. 

Monroe — Sturges Bulkley, Salmon H. Hall. 

New Canaan — Samuel S. Noyes, Lewis Richards. 

Newtown — Cyrenius H. Booth, E. Erwin, George 
Judson, Thomas Dutton. 

Nor walk — John A. McLean, E. Bissel, Ira Gregory, 

Redding — Charles Gorham. 

Stamford — Chauncey Ayres, N. D. Haight. 

Stratford — William T. Shelton, John Goulding. 



154 SOCIETIES. 

Trumbull — Elijah Middlebrook, Stephen Middle- 
brook, George Dyer, E. B. Middlebrook, 
Weston — Lloyd Sejley, James Baldwin. 
We^tport — George Blackman, J. Jauncey. 
Wilton— Sylvester Mead. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Morey Burgess, M. D., Chairman. 
William Hutchins, M. D., Clerk. 

Brooklyn — J. B. Whitcomb, W. Hutchins. 

Ashford — John H. Simmons, Roderick Stebbins. 

Canterbury — Elijah Baldwin, Joseph Palmer, Elijah 
Baldwin, Jr. 

Chaplin— Orin Witter. 

Hampton — Dyer Hughes, Francis A Brewster. 

Killingly — Justin Hammond, F. H. Peckham. 

South Killingly — Daniel A. Hovey. 

West Killingly— David E. Hall, S. Hutchins. 

North Killingly — Henry W. Hough. 

Plainfield — Mory Burgess, William H. Coggswell, 
W. H. Campbell. 

Pomfret — Lewis Williams. 

Abington — Cyrus Hutchins, E. Williams. 

Pomfret Landing — O. Sumner. 

Sterling— Nathan S. Pike. 

Thompson — Samuel Bowen. 

Voluntown — Harvey Campbell. 

Windham — Chester Hunt, William Webb, William 
Witter, Oliver Kingsley, Jr. Calvin B. Bromley. 

Woodstock — Asa Witter, Lorenzo Marcey, Eleazer 
Litchfield, Milton Bradford. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Reuben M. Woodruff, M. D., Chairman. 

J. G. Beckwith, M. D., Clerk. 
Litchfield — William Buel, Samuel Buel, Josiah 
G. Beckwith, R. M. Woodruff, Benjamin Welch, Jr., 
George Seymour. 



SOCIETIES. 155 

South Farms — G. II. Miner. 

Northfield— F. S. Woodward, D. B. W. Camp. 

Barkhamsted — F. B. Graham. 

Bethlem — Loomis North. 

Bridgewater — Horace Judson. 

Canaan — A. A. Wright, G. Adam. 

South Canaan — John A. Gillett, Chauncey Reed, Jr. 

Cornwall — Burritt B. North. 

West Cornwall— S. W. Gold. 

North Cornwall — John Scovell. 

Colebrook — William B. DeForrest. 

Gaylord's Bridge — Gamaliel H. St. John. 

Goshen — Harvey Baldwin, A.M. Huxley. 

North Goshen— H. V. Beach. 

Harwinton — F. B. Woodward. 

Kent— Wells Beardsley, Johnson C. Hatch, Eliada 
Osborn. 

New Hartford, North — Myron R. Hubbard. 

New Hartford, South — John Yale. 

New Milford — Jehiel Williams, George 0. Taylor, 
William B. Lacey. 

Norfolk— Benjamin Welch, William W. Welch, W. 
Cockie. 

Plymouth — Samuel T. Salisbury. 

Plymouth Hollow— William W. Woodruff. 

Roxbury — Myron Downs. 

Salisbury— Luther Ticknor, 0. Plumb. 

Furnace Village — William James Barry. 

Sharon — Ralph Deming, Nathan S. Perry. 

Ellsworth — Elmore Everett. 

Wolcottville — Erastus Bancroft, O. B. Freeman. 

Warren — Norman Lyman. 

Woodville — Manly Peters. 

Washington — Remus M. Fowler. 

New Preston — Charles Vail, Sidney H. Lyman, Ed- 
ward P. Lyman. 

Watertown — John De Forrest. 

Winchester — William Carrington. 

Woodburv — Roswell C. Abernethy, Charles H. Webb, 
Thomas T. Sly. 

Terrysville — Charles Byington, 



156 



SOCIETIES. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 



Asa H. King, M. D., Chairman. 
William B. Casey, M. D., Clerk. 
Middletown — Richard Warner, Joseph Barratt 
Thomas Miner, Charles Woodward, William B. Casey, 
David Harrison, Hamilton Brewer, F. Woodruff. 
Chatham — Charles Smith, Francis G. Edgerton. 
Chester — Ambrose Pratt. 
Durham— Seth L. Child. 
East Haddam — Asa M. Holt, Datus Williams, Elisha 

B. Nye. 

Haddam — Ira Hutchinson, W. H. Tremaine. 

Killingworth — Rufus Turner. 

Portland — George 0. Jarvis, Stephen A. Fuller, G. 

C. H. Gilbert. 
Saybrook — Asa H. King. 

Essex — iUanson H. Hough, Frederick W. Shepherd. 
Deep River — Rufus Baker. 
Westbrook — Horace Burr. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Earl Swift, M. D., Chairman. 
Ahijah Ladd, M. D., Clerk. 

Tolland — Ahijah Ladd, Oliver K. Isham. 

Bolton — Orin Hunt, C. F.Sumner. 

Columbia Mcintosh. 

Coventry, North — Eleazer Hunt. 

Coventry, South — Timothy Dimock. 

Ellington— Allen Hyde, Horatio Dow, J. H. Man- 
ning. 

Hebron— John S. Peters, Orin C. White, J. 0. 
Loomis. 

Mansfield, South— Earl Swift. 

Mansfield, North — Norman Brigham, William H. 
Richardson. 

Somers — Orson Wood, Erasmus E. Hamilton. 

Stafford— Joseph C. Dow, Joshua Blodget, William 
N. Clark. 



SOCIETIES. 157 

Union — Ebenezer Lindsey. 

Vernon — Scotoway Hinckley, Alden Skinner, 

Willington — Francis L. Dickinson. 



SUMMARY OF 


MEMBERS. 




Taxable, 


Not 


Taxable. 


Total, 


Hartford County, 


73 




4 


77 


New Haven County, 


64 




8 


72 


New London County, 


54 




7 


61 


Fairfield County, 


38 




2 


40 


Litchfield County, 


52 




7 


59 


Windham County, 


31 




1 


35 


Middlesex County, 


26 







26 


Tolland County, 


21 




4 


25 


Total, 


262 




33 


395 



OFFICERS OF THE AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Hon. John Cotton Smith, L L. D., President.— [dec'd.] 
Rev. John C. Brigham, D. D., Corresponding Secretary. 
Rev. Noah Levings, D. D. , Financial Secretary. 
William Whitlock, Jun., Treasurer. 
Joseph Hyde, Gen. Agent and Assistant Treasurer. 

MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF CONNECTICUT. 

Trustees — Rev. Joel Hawes, D. D., Hon. Sclh Terry, 
Rev. Noah Porter, D. D., Hon. Elisha Stearns, Hon. 
Samuel J. Hitchcock, Rev. Samuel Spring, Rev. Tim- 
othy P. Gillett, Rev. Alvan Bond, Thomas C. Perkins, 
Esq., Hon. Thomas S. William -, Horace Bushnell, 
D. D., Edward Goodwin, Esq. 

Francis Parsons, Esq., Treasurer. 

Rev. Horace Hooker, Secretary. 

Directors, in addition to the Trustees, who are ex- 
officio Directors. 

Rev. B. Tyler, D. D. 3 Rev. R. S. Stone, Rev. W. 
Clarke, Jonathan Barnes, Esq., Rev. S. W. S, Dutton, 
Rev. Anson S. Atwood. 



158 SOCIETIES. 

CONNECTICUT ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. 

Benjamin Silliman President. 
James Murdock, Vice President. 

Council— Eli W. Blake, Eleazar T. Fitch, Denison 
Olmsted, Josiah W. Gibbs, Edward E. Salisbury. 

Recording Secretary — Francis Bradley. 

Treasurer — Wyllys "Warner. 

Corresponding Secretaries — Jonathan Knight, Chas. 
Hooker, Theodore D. Woolsey, Francis Bradley. 

Committee of Publication — Anthony D. Stanley, Eli 
W. Blake, Josiah W. Gibbs. 

Election 4th Tuesday of October. 



(American) philological society. 

[Incorporated A. D. 1844.] 
James Kingsley, LL. D., President. 
James Murdock, D. D., 1st Vice President. 
A. B. Chapin, M. A., Corresponding Secretary. 
Charles W. Bradley, Recording Secretary. 
Erasmus D. North, M. D., Treasurer. 
Edward C. Herrick, M. A., Librarian. 
Executive Committee — Josiah W. Gibbs, M. A., 
Theodore D. Woolsey, M. A., Romeo Elton, D. D., 
William Tulley, M. D., Edward E. Salisbury, M. A. 

Annual meeting held in New Haven, on the Friday 
after the Commencement in Yale College. 
Election 3d Wednesday in August. 



CONNECTICUT SOCIETY OF NATURAL HISTORY. 

Charles H. Olmsted, President. 
• Vice Presidents — William W. Turner, 1st, J. Monds, 
2d, Phillip Ripley, 3d. 

Corresponding Secretary — William W. Turner. 

Recording Secretary — S. Saltmarsh. 

Treasurer — Erastus Smith. 

Librarian — S. Saltmarsh. 

Curators— Charles H. Olmsted, J. Monds, H. Allen 
Grant, Abner Jackson, H. W. Terry, William R. Law- 



SOCIETIES. 159 

HARTFORD COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

David W. Grant, of Bloomfield, President. 

Egbert Cowles, of Farmington, 1st Yice President. 

Erastus Ellsworth, of East Windsor, 2d Vice President. 

Harvey Seyir.our, of Hartford, Treasurer. 

Albert W. Butler, of Hartford, Auditor. 

E. W. Bull, of Hartford, Corresponding Secretary. 

F. A. Brown, of Hartford, Recording Secretary. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Charles H. Pond, of Milford, President. 
Jared Basset, of Hamden, 1st Vice President. 
John B. Davis, of Derby, 2d Vice President. 
Timothy Brockway, of Branford, 3d Vice President. 
James D. Wooster, of Middlebury, 4th Vice President. 
Alfred S. Monson, Treasurer. 
Francis Trowbridge. Seedsman. 

Election of officers in October. 



HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, NEW HAVEN. 

Alfred S. Monson, M. D., President. 

Charles Robinson J Vice Presidents. 

Eleazar T. Fitch, D. D. J 

George Gabriel, Recording Secretary. 

Benjamin Silliman, Jr., Corresponding Secretary. 

George Gabriel, Treasurer. 

George N. Seagrave, Seedsman. 



YOUNG MEN 7 S INSTITUTE, HARTFORD. 

E. K. Hunt, President. 
L. C. Burnham, 1st Vice President. 
C. Collins, 2d Vice President. 
Wm. D. Ely, Corresponding Secretary. 
O. D Cook, Recording Secretary. 
J. W. Berthrong, Treasurer. 



160 SOCIETIES. 

YOUNG MEN'S INSTITUTE, NEW HAVEN. 

E. K. Porter, President. 
George Reed. Vice President. 
Charles Durand, Corresponding- Secretary. 
Henry B. Smith, Recording Secretary. 
Elijah Gilbert, Treasurer. 
Executive Committee. — Frederick Croswell, Henry A. 
Jewett, M. H. Chrysler, John Allery. 



CONNECTICUT TEMPERANCE SOCIETY- 

James Donaghe, New Haven, President. 
Vice Presidents — Austin F. Williams, Hartford 
County ; James S. Brooks, New Haven County ; An- 
drew M. Frink, New London County ; James L. Am- 
bler, Fairfield County ; James H. Cook, Litchfield Coun- 
ty ; Zsphaniah Young, Windham County; Ralph Gil- 
bert, Tolland County; Elijah Elliott, Middlesex County. 
William Siorer, New Haven, Recording Secretary. 
Royal Flint, Hartford, Treasurer. 



HALE MONUMENT ASSOCIATION. 

His Excellency Roger S. Baldwin, President. 

Vice Presidents— Hon. T. S. Williams, Hon. A. T. 
Judson, Marvin Curtis, Esq. 

John W. Boynton, Secretary. 

J. Winchester, Treasurer. 

D. M. Buell, Auditor. 

Directors— Nathan Hale, David Hale, Charles W. 
Rockwell, Thomas W. Williams, Truman Smith, Isaac 
W. Stuart, John Boynton, Thomas Clark, Roderick 
Dimick, Hezekiah Edgerton. R. H. Rose. 



NEW HAVEN MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION. 

Joel B. Foote, President. 
Charles B. Lines, Vice President. 



SOCIETIES. 161 

Gardner Morse, Secretary. 
Alfred Daggett, Treasurer. 
Leverett Shepherd, Edmund Barnum, William Jen- 
nings, Ezekiel Hays, William H. Stanley, John B. 
Chidsey, Standing Committee. 

WADSWORTH ATHENiEUM. 

Thomas Day, President. 

Vice Presidents — John M. Niles, David Watkinson. 

Treasurer — James B. Hosmer. 

Secretary — Calvin Day. 

Trustees — Thomas C. Perkins, Gideon Welles, Henry 
Barnard, 2d., James G. Bolles, William W. Turner, 
George Sumner, George Burgess, Mason Gross, Ezra 
Clark, jr., Roland Mather, Calvin Day. 

Librarian— Rev. Thomas Robbins, D. D.. 



CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

Hon. Thomas Day, President. 

Vice Presidents — Prof. J. L. Kingsley, Rev. David 
D. Field, D. D., David S. Boardman, James Ward, 
Hon. John S. Peters, John McClellan, Thomas B, 
Butler. 

Corresponding Secretary — Henry Barnard, 2d. 

Recording Secretary— Charles Hosmer. 

Treasurer--James B- Hosmer. 

Librarian — Thomas Robbins, D. D. 



GRAND LODGE OF CONNECTICUT, I. O. O. F. 

Henry L. Miller, Grand Master. 
Prelate Dimick, Deputy Grand Master. 
John Greenwood, Jr., Grand Warden. 
Rev. Charles W. Bradley, Grand Secretary. 
Samuel Bishop, Grand Treasurer. 
Frederick Croswell, \ n^ n A t> 
Samuel B. Brittan, \ Grand Representatives. 
Junius M. Willey, Grand Chaplain. 
John W. Johnson, Grand Marshal. 
Philo M. Judson, Grand Conductor. 
Choi well J. Gruman, Grand Guardian. 
11 



162 



SCHOOL FUND. 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES* 

[Connecticut District, No. 2.] 

Wm. Storer, New Haven, D. P. C. R. 
Samuel H. Dutton, Wallingford, D. C. R. 
Abel T. Sizer, New London, D. D. R. 
E. C. Thompson, Hartford, D. Secretary, 
James A. Gorham,D. Treasurer* 
Annual election in May. 



PERMANENT FUNDS OF THE STATE. 

The Permanent Funds of the State, on the 1st of 
April, 1845, were — 

BANK STOCK SUBSCRIBED, AND NOT TRANSFERALE. 

Hartford Bank, 1484 shares, at $100 $148,400 

Phoenix Bank, 890 do. 100 89,000 

N Haven Bank, 274 do. 200 54,800 

Middletown Bank, 593 do. 100 59,300 

Farm, and Mechan. 49 do. 100 4,900 



$356,400 

BANK STOCK PURCHASED AND TRANSFERABLE. 

Hartford Bank, 144 shares, at $100 $14,400 
Phoenix Bank, 296 do. at 100 29,600 

44,000 



Exclusive of School Fund, $400,400 

Amount of capital of School Fund, on 

1st April, 1845, was $2,051,423 77 



SCHOOL FUND REPORT. 
It appears that the Western Reserve lands in Ohio, 

were sold in 1795, for - - - $1,200,000 00 
There has been paid out to the Schools 

from the revenue of the fund, and which 

has been expended for their support, 3,080,652 53 
Under the Board of Managers # 

in the first 13 years, 456,757 44 



SUMMARY OF VOTES, 163 

Under the administration of J. 
Hillhouse, Com'r., in the 
next 10 years, - - 780,920 24 

Under the administration of S. 
P. Beers, Com'r., in the last 
twenty years, - 1,842,974 -65 

The Joint Standing Committee of the Le- 
gislature report, that from the Report of 
the Commissioner, and other documents, 
they find that the School Fund on the 
1st of April, 1844, amounted to 2,051,423 7? 



Consisting of the following items ; 

1. Bonds, Mortgages and 

Contracts, - - 1,695,407 44 

2. Bank Stock, - - 221,700 00 

3. Cultivated Lands and 
Buildings, - - 78,367 00 

4. Wild Lands, - - 52,493 75 

5. Stock on Farms, *• * 210 00 

6. Cash in the Treasury for 
re-investment, * * 3,245 58 



5,132,076 30 



Total Of Capital, #2,051,423 77 

The amount annually divided to the Schools in 1825, 
6 and 7, was about $72,000--or 85 cents to each child. 

The amount divided in the last 4 years, has been 
annually about $5117,000, or $ 1.40 to each child. 

The number of children between 4 and 16, in 1820, 
was 84,179— in 1844, 84,084. 

In the State there are 1653 School Districts, and 214 
School Societies. 



VOTES FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS* 
OFFICIAL CANVASS, 1845. 

DistrictNo. 1, Jas. Dixon, T. H. Seymour, Ed. Hooker, 

5779 5146 380 

Majority 282. Plurality 671 for Dixon. 

District No. 2, S. D. Hubbard, John Stewart, E.Warner, 

7268 5814 310 

Majority 1135, Plurality 1452 for Hubbard, 



164 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



District No. 3, J. A. Rockwell, G. S. Cattin, I. Catlin, 
5734 5391 784 

Plurality for Rockwell, 343. 
District No. 4, Tru. Smith, J. C Smith, Jr. D. K. Nash, 
8957 7166 658 

Majority 585. Plurality 1791 for Truman Smith. 



SUMMARY OF VOTES FOR GOVERNOR, MAY, 1845. 




Baldwin. 


Toucey, 


Gillette, 


Hartford County, 


5,814 


5,174 


263 


New Haven County, 


5,023 


3,590 


228 


New London County, 


3,516 


3,281 


322 


Fairfield County, 


4,614 


3,968 


134 


Windham County, 


2,181 


2,176 


503 


Litchfield County, 


4,344 


4,011 


383 


Middlesex County, 


2,180 


2,249 


132 


Tolland County, 


1,836 


1,809 


134 


Total, 


29,508 


26,258 
2,099 


2,099 






43 scattering. 


Deduct 


28,400 


28,400 
ority for Ba 






1,108 maj 


Ldwin. 


United States Calendar. 





Executive Government. 

JAMES K. POLK, of Tennessee, President 

Salary, $25,000 per annum. 

GEORGE M. DALLAS, of Penn., Vice President. 

Salary, $5,000 per annum. 



THE cabinet. Salary. 

James Buchanan, of Penn., Secretary of State, $6,000 
Robert J. Walker, of Miss., Sec. of treasury, 6,000 
William L. Marcy, of New York, Sec. of War, 6,000 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 165 

George Bancroft, of Mass., Secretary of Navy, 6,000 

Cave Johnson, of Tenn., Postmastsr General, 6,000 

John Y. Mason, of Va., Attorney General, 4,000 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 

Robert J. Walker, Secretary ; James W. McCulloh, 
1st Comptroller; Albion K. Parris, 2d Comp ; William 
Collins, 1st Auditor ; J. M. McCalla, 2d Auditor ; Peter 
Hagner, 3d Auditor; Aaron O. Dayton, 4th Auditor; 
S. Pleasonton, 5th Auditor; William Selden, Treas.$ 
Ransom R. Gillet, Register ; Mich. Nourse, Chief Clk.; 
Seth Barton, Solicitor; James Shields, Com. Gen*; 
Land Office ; S. H. Laughlin, Recorder ; John M. Moore, 
Chief Clerk. 



JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 

Supreme Court of the United States, 

Held at Washington, on the 1st Monday in December, 

annually. 
Roger B. Taney, Chief Justice, Md. salary, $5,000 

John McLean, Asso. Justice, Ohio, do. 4,500 

James M. Wayne, do. Geo. do. 4,500 

John McKinley, do. Ala. do. 4,500 

John Catron, do. Tenn do. 4,500 

Peter V. Daniel, do. Va. do. 4,500 

Samuel Nelson, do. N. Y. do. 4,500 

Levi Woodbury, do. N.H. do. 4,500 
One Vacancy. 

John Y. Mason, Attorney Gen. Va. do. 4,000 

Benjamin C. Howard, Reporter, Md. do. 1,000 

William T. Carroll, Clerk, Wash. do. 1,000 

Alexander Hunter, Marshal, Wash. do. Fees, &c. 



LIST OF UNITED STATES SENATORS. 
The figures opposite the names of the Senators, de- 
note the year when their respective terms will expire. 
George M. Dallas, President of the Senate. 
Asbury Dickens, Secretary — Salary $3,000. 



166 



SENATORS, 



MAINE. 

George Evans, 1847 

John Fairfield, 1851 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Benning W. Jenness, 1847 
Charles G. Atherton, 1849 

VERMONT. 

William Upham, 1849 
Samuel Phelps, 1851 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Daniel Webster, 1847 

John Davis, 1851 

RHODE ISLAND. 

James F. Simmons, 1847 
Albert C. Greene, 1851 

CONNECTICUT. 



John M. Niles, 
J. W. Huntington, 

NEW YORK* 

John A. Dix, , 1847 

Daniel S. Dickinson, 1851 

NEW JERSEY, 

Jacob W. Miller, 
William L. Dayton 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Simon Cameron, 
Daniel Sturgeon, 

DELAWARE, 

Thomas Clayton, 
John M. Clayton, 

MARYLAND, 

James A. Pierce, 
Reverdy Johnson, 

VIRGINIA, 

William S. Archer, 
I. S. Pennybacker, 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

Willie P. Mangum. 1847 
W. H. Haywood, jr., 1849 



1849 
1851 



1847 
1851 



1849 
1851 



1847 
1851 



1849 
1851 

1847 
1851 



SOUTH CAROLLMA, 

John C. Calhoun, 1847 

George McDuffie, 1849 

Georgia. 

John M. Berrien, 1847 

Walter F. Colquitt, 1849 

FLORIDA. 

David Levy, 1851 

James D. Westcott, 1851 

ALABAMA. 

Dixon H. Lewis, 1847 
Arthur P. Bagby, 1849 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Joseph W. Chalmers, 1847 
Jesse Speight, 1851 

LOUISIANA, 

Alexander Barrow, 
Henry Johnson, 

OHIO, 

William Allen, 
Thomas Corwin, 

KENTUCKY, 

James T. Morehead, 
John J. Crittenden, 

TENNESSEE. 

Spencer Jarnagin, 
Hopkins L. Turney, 

INDIANA. 

E. A, Hannegan, 



1847 
1849 

1849 
1851 

1847 
1849 

1847 
1851 

1849 



Chester Ashley, 



ILLINOIS, 

James Semple, 
Sidney Breese, 

MISSOURI, 

David R. Atchison, 
Thomas H, Benton, 

MICHIGAN. 

William Woodbridge, 
Lewis Cass, 

ARKANSAS. 

1847 | Ambrose H, Sevier, 



1847 
1849 

1849 

1851 

1847 
1851 

1849 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 167 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Maine — 7. 
John F. Scammon, Robert P. Duniap, Luther Seve- 
rance, John D. McCrate, Cullen Sawtelle, Hannibal 
Hamlin, Hezekiah Williams. 

New Hampshire — 4. 
Moses Norris, jr., James H. Johnson, Mace Moulton, 
one vacancy, 

Vermont — 4. 
Solomon Foote, Jacob Collamer, George P. Marsh, 
Paul Dillingham jr. 

Massachusetts — 10. 
Robert C. Winthrop, Daniel P. King, Amos Abbot, 
Benjamin Thompson, Charles Hudson, George Ash- 
mun, Julius Rockwell, John Q.. Adams, Joseph Grim 
nell, one vacancy. 

Rhode Island — 2. 
Henry Y. Cranston, Lemuel H. Arnold. 

Connecticut — 4. 
James Dixon, Samuel D. Hubbard, John A. Rock- 
well, Truman Smith. 

New York— 34. 
John W. Lawrence, Henry J. Seaman, William S. 
Miller, William B.Maclay, Thomas M. Woodruff", Wil- 
liam W. Campbell, Joseph H. Anderson, William W. 
Woodworth, Archibald C. Niven, Samuel Gordon, John 
F. Collin, Richard P. Herrick, Bradford R. Wood, Eras- 
tus D. Culver, Joseph Russell, Hugh White, Charles 
S. Benton, Preston King, Orville Hungerford, Timothy 
Jenkins, Charles Goodyear, Stephen Strong, William J. 
Hough, Horace Wheaton, George Rathbun, Samuel S. 
Ellsworth, John DeMott, Elias B. Holmes, Charles H. 
Carroll, Martin Grover, Abner Lewis, William A. 
Moseley, Albert Smith, Washington Hunt. 
New Jersey — 5, 
James G. Hampton, George Sykes, John Runk, Jo- 
seph E. Edsall, William Wright. 

Pennsylvania — 24. 
Lewis C. Levin, J. R, IngersoU, John H, Campbell^ 



168 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Charles J. Ingersoll, Jacob S. Yost, Jacob Erdman, 
Abm. Mcllvaine, John Strohm, John Ritter, Richard 
Broadhead, jr., Owen D. Leib, David Wilmot, James 
Pollock, Alexander Ramsey, Moses McClean, James 
Black, James Blanchard, Andrew Stewart, Henry D. 
Foster, John H. Ewing, Cornelius Darragh, William S. 
Garvin, James Thompson, Joseph Buffington. 
Delaware — 1. 
John W. Houston. 

Maryland — 6. 
John G. Chapman, Thomas Perry, Thomas W. Li- 
gon, Willson F. Giles, Albert Constable, Edward Long. 
Virginia — 15. 
Archibald Atkinson, George C. Dromgoole, William 
M.~Tredway, Edmund W. Hubbard, Shelton F. Leake, 
James A. Seddon, Thomas H. Bayly, Robert M. T. 
Hunter, John S. Pendleton, Henry Bedinger, Wil- 
liam Taylor, Augustus A. Chapman, George W. Hop- 
kins, Joseph Johnson, William G. Brown. 
North Carolina — 9. 
James Graham, Daniel M. Barringer, David S. Reid, 
Alfred Dockery, James C. Dobbin, James J. McKay, 
John R. J. Daniel, Henry S. Clark, Asa Briggs. 
South Carolina — 7. 
James A. Black, Richard F. Simpson, Joseph A. 
Woodward, A. Dromgoole Sims, Armistead Burt, Isaac 
E. Holmes, R. Barnwall Rhett. 

Georgia — 8. 
Thomas B. King, Seaborn Jones, Hugh A. Haralson, 
Joseph H. Lumpkin, Howell Cobb, Alexander H. Ste- 
phens, Robert Toombs, one vacancy. 
Florida — -1. 
Edward C. Cabell. 

Alabama-^ 7. 
Samuel D. Dargan, Henry W. Hilliard, William L. 
Yancey, William W. Payne, George S. Houston, Reu- 
ben Chapman, Felix G. McConnelL 
Miss is s ipp i — 4. 
Jacob Thompson, Robert W. Roberts, Jefferson Da- 
vis, Stephen H. Adams, 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 169 

Louisiana — 4. 

John Slidell, Bannon G. Thibodeaux, John H. Har- 
manson, Isaac E. Morse. 

Ohio— 21. 
James J. Faran, A. Cunningham, Francis C. Schenck, 
Joseph Vance, William Sawyer, Henry St. John, Jo- 
seph J. McDowell, Allen G. Thurman, Augustus L. 
Perrill, Columbus Delano, Jacob BrinckerhofT, Samuel 
F. Vinton, Isaac Parish, Alexander Harper, Joseph 
Morris, John D. Cummins, George Fries, D. A. Stark- 
weather, Daniel R. Tilden, Joshua R. Giddings, Joseph 
M. Root. 

Kentucky— 10. 
Linn Boyd, John H. McHenry, Henry Grider, Joshua 
F. Bell, Bryan R. Young, John P. Martin, William P. 
Thomason, Garret Davis, Andrew Trumbo, John W. 
Tibbatts. 

Tennessee — 11. 
Andrew Johnson, William M. Cocke, John Crozier, 
Allan Cullom, George W. Jones, Barclay Martin, Mere- 
dith P. Gentry, Lorenzo B. Chase, Frederick P. Stan- 
ton, Milton Brown, one vacancy. 

Indiana — 10. 
Robert Dale Owen, Thomas J. Henly, Thomas Smith, 
Caleb B. Smith, William W. Wick, John W. Davis, 
Edward W. McGaughey, John Pettit, Charles W. 
Cathcart, Andrew Kennedy. 

Illinois — 7. 
Robert Smith, John A. McClernand, Orlando B. 
Ficklin, John Wentworth, Stephen A. Douglass, Jo- 
seph P. Hoge, Edward D. Baker. 
Missouri — 5. 
James B. Bowlin, James H. Relfe, John S. Phelps, 
Sterling Price, Leonard H. Sims. 

Michigan — 3. 
Robert McClelland, John S. Chipman, James B. 
Hunt. 

Arkansas — 1. 
Archibald Yell, 



170 MINISTERS. 

TERRITORIES, 

Wisconsin — 1 Delegate. 
Morgan L. Martin. 

lowa~\ Delegate. 
Augustus E. Dodge. 



MINISTERS ABROAD. 
Ministers Plenipotentiary . 
Great Britain— Louis McLane, Md. ; London, 
France — William R. King, Ala. ; Paris. 
Russia — Charles S. Todd, Ken. ; St. Petersburg. 
Prussia— Henry Wheaton, R. I. ; Berlin. 
Brazil — Henry A. Wise, Va. ; Rio Janeiro. 
Spain— Washington Irving, N. Y. ; Madrid, 

Commissioners. 
China — Alexander H. Everett, Mass. 
Sandwich Isles — Anthony Ten Eyck, Michigan, 

Minister Resident. 
Turkey — Dabney S. Carr, Md. ; Constantinople. 
John P. Brown, Dragoman to the Legation. 

Charges d'affaires, 
Netherlands — A. Davezac, N. Y. ; Hague. 
Belgium— Thomas G. Clemson, Pa. ; Brussels. 
Sweden— Henry W. Ellsworth, Ind. ; Stockholm. 
Denmark — William W. Irwin, Pa. ; Copenhagen, 
New Grenada— Benj. A. Bidlack, Pa. ; Bogota. 
Venezuela — Benjamin G. Shields, Ala, ; Caraccas. 
Chili — William Crump, Va. ; Santiago, 
Peru — A, G. Jewett, Me, ; Lima. 
Two Sicilies— William H. Polk, Tenn. ; Naples. 
Argentine Repub.— Wm. Brent, jr Va. ; Buenos Ayres, 
Sardinia— Robert Wickliffe, Jr., Ky. ; Turin. 
Portugal— Abraham Rencher, N. C. ; Lisbon. 
Austria— William H. Stiles, Ga. ; Vienna. 
Foreign Ministers accredited to the Government of 

the United States. 
Russia, Alexander Bodisco. Argentine Rep., Don 
Carlos Maria de Alvear. France, M. Geo. Serruries, 
Great Britain, Richard Packenham. Spain, M, Calde- 
ron de la Barca, 



NAVY LIST. 171 

Miiiisters Resident.— 'Portugal, J. C. de Figaniere 
Brazil, Chev. Gaspar Jose de Lisboa. Prussia, Sr. de 
Gerolt. 

Charges d'affaires. — Denmark, M, Steen de Bille. 
Belgium, M. Charles Serruys. Sweden, Chevalier Gus- 
tavus de Nordin. Austria, Chevalier Hulsemann. Neth» 
erlands, Chevalier F. M. W, Testa. Sardinia, Count 
Albert Lupi de Montalto. 

OFFICERS OF THE CUSTOMS. 

New London. Charles F.Lester, Collector: Elijah 
Ames, Deputy Collector; Perry Douglass, Surveyor; 
Henry Douglass, Inspector ; Wm. Faulkner, Inspector, 
Norwich; James Tread way, Inspector, Lyme; Adam 
Manwaring, Inspector, East Lyme. 

New Haven, Norris Wilcox, Collector; Charles A. 
Judson, Surveyor; Samuel W. Wadsworth, Hezekiah 
Gorham, Elias Gilbert, Walter Osborn, John Galpin, 
William Myers, Alfred Bassett, Inspectors; Mark Bris- 
tol, Inspector, Derby and Milford; John I. Bartholomew, 
Inspectors, Branford and Sachem's Head ; George L, 
Dowd, Inspector, Madison and Guilford. 

Middletown. Philip Sage, Collector; Leveret Hub- 
bard, Deputy; Daniel Burrows, Surveyor; William 
Willard, Surveyor, Saybrook, 

LIST OF NAVY OFFICERS, 

Captains — James Barron, Charles Stewart, Jacob 
Jones, Charles Morris, Lewis Warrington, William M f 
Crane, James Biddle, Charles G Ridgely, John Downey 
Stephen Cassin, James Renshaw, Alexander S. Wads- 
worth, George C. Read, Henry E. Ballard, John B. 
Nicolson, Jesse Wilkinson, Thomas Ap Catesby Jones, 
William Compton Bolton, William B. Shubrick, Chas, 
W. Morgan, Lawrence Kearny, Foxhall A. Parker, 
Edward R. McCall, Daniel Turner, David Conner, 
Wm. M. Hunter, John D. Sloat, M. G Perry, Charles 
W. Skinner, John T. Newton, Joseph Smith, Lawrence 
Rousseau, George W. Storer, Francis H. Gregory, Ben- 
jamin Cooper, David Geisinger, Robert F. Stockton, 
Isaac McKeever, John P. Zantzinger, William D. Salter, 
Charles S 8 McCauley, Thomas M, Newell, Elie F, A, 



172 NAVY LIST. 

Lavalette, T. T. Webb, John Percival, John H. Aulick, 
William V. Taylor, Bladen Dulany, Silas H. String- 
ham, Isaac Mayo, William Mervine, Thomas Crabb, 
Thoiffas Paine, James Armstrong, Joseph Smoot, Sam- 
uel L. Breese, Benjamin Page, John Guinn, Thomas W. 
Wyman, Andrew Fitzhugh, Wm. K. Latimer, Hiram 
Paulding, Uriah P. Levy, Charles Boarman, French 
Forrest, William Jamesson. 

Commanders — Charles Gauntt, William Ramsay, 
Henry Henry, Samuel W. Downing, Henry W. Ogden, 
Thomas A. Conover, John C. Long, John H. Graham, 
James M. Mcintosh, Josiah Tatnall, Hugh N. Pagej 
William Inman, Stephen Champlin, Joel Abbot, Lewis 
E. Simonds, John M. Dale, Harrison H. Cocke, William 
J. McCluney, John B. Montgomery, Horace B. Saw- 
yer, Cornelius B. Stribling, Joshua R. Sands, John J. 
Young, Charles H. Bell, Abraham Bigelow, Frederick 
Varnum, Joseph R. Jarvis, Thomas W. Freelon, Sam- 
uel W. Le Compte, Charles T. Piatt, William M. Arm- 
strong, William F. Shields, Garrett J. Pendergrast, 
William C. Nicholson, James B. Cooper, E. W. Car- 
pender, John L. Saunders, Joseph B. Hull, John Stone 
Paine, Joseph Morehead, Thomas Petigru, John S. 
Chauncey, Irvine Shubrick, John Kelly, E. Byrne, 
William H. Gardner, David G. Farragut, R. S. Pinck- 
ney, S. B. Wilson, Edward C. Rutledge, William S. 
Harris, Thomas A. Dornin, Robert B. Cunningham, 
James Glynn, Joseph Myers, William C. Wetmore, 
Thomas R. Gedney, John Rubier, Victor M. Randolph, 
Jacob Crowninshield, Frederick Engle, John Rudd, 
Robert Ritchie, William W. McKean, Franklin Bu- 
chanan, Samuel Mercer, Charles Lowndes, L. M. 
Goldsborough, George N. Hollins, Duncan N. Ingra- 
ham, John Marston, Henry Bruce, Henry A. Adams. 
James D. Knight, Joseph Mattison, William S. Walker, 
Alexander S. Mackenzie, George F. Pearson, James T. 
Gerry, John S. Nicholas, Samuel F. Du Pont, William 
L. Hudson, James P. Wilson, George A. Magruder, 
John Pope, Levin M. Powell, Charles Wilkes, Elisha 
Peck, Thomas J. Manning, William Pearson, William 
L. Howard, William P. Piercy, Richard A. Jones, 
Thomas J, Leib, Thomas O. Selfridge. 



VESSELS OF WAR. 



173 



VESSELS OF WAR OF THE U- STATES NAVY. 







Ships of the Line. 








Guns. 




Guns. 


Franklin, 


74 


Alabama, 


74 


Washington, 


74 


Vermont, 


74 


Columbus, 


74 


Virginia, 


74 


Ohio, 


74 


Pennsylvania, 


120 


North Carolina, 


New York, 


74 


Delaware, 


74 








Frigates, 1st Class. 




Independence, 


(razee,) 54 


Sabine, 


44 


United States 


44 


Savannah, 


44 


Constitution, 


44 


Raritan, 


44 


Potomac, 


44 


Columbia, 


44 


Brandywine, 


44 


St. Lawrence, 


44 


Santee, 


44 


Congress, 


44 


Cumberland, 


44 








Frigates, 2d Class. 




Constellation, 


36 Macedonian, 
Sloops of War. 


36 


John Adams, 


20 


St. Mary's, 20 


Saratoga, 


22 


Boston, 


20 


Albany, 20 


Ontario, 


18 


Vincennes, 


20 


Portsmouth, 20 


Marion, 


16 


Warren, 


20 


Germantown, 20 


Decatur, 


16 


Falmouth, 


20 


Plymouth, 20 


Preble, 


16 


Fairfield, 


20 


Jamestown, 20 


Yorktown, 


16 


Vandalia, 


20 


Cayane, 20 


Dale, 


16 


St. Louis, 


20 


Levant, 20 








Brigs. 




Somers, 


10[Lawrence, 


10 


Dolphin, 


lOTruxton, 


10 


Porpoise, 


10 Perry, 


10 


Bainbridge, 


10 

Schooners. 




Shark, 10 Enterprise, 10 Boxer, 10 Experiment, 4 




Steamers, 




Fulton, 


4 Poinsett, — Mississippi, 10 


Union, 


— Princeton, — Michigan 
Store Ships. 


> 


Relief, 6 


Erie 


, 8 I 


Lexington, 


8 Pioneer, — 



174 COURTS. 

ARMY LIST* 

Winfield Scott, Major-General, General-in*Chief.~- 
Head Quarters, Washington City. 

Col. George Croghan, Inspector Gen. of the Army, 
R. Jones, Brev. Brig. Gen. and Adjutant General, 

MINT. 

Philadelphia. — R. M. Patterson, Director; Isaac 
Roach, Treasurer ; Franklin Peale, Chief Coiner ; J. 
Eckfeldt, Assayer ; J. R. McClintock, Melter and Re- 
finer ; J. B. Longacre, Engraver ; W. C. Dubois, Ass't. 

New Orleans. — J. M. Kennedy, Superintendent; 
Wm. P. Hort, Assayer ; John L. Riddell, Melter and 
Refiner ; Phil. B. Tyler, Coiner ; John R, Macmurdo, 
Treasurer. 

Dahlonega, Ga.—S. F. Cooper, Superintend.; Isaac 
L. Todd, Assayer ; D. H. Mason, Coiner. 

Charlotte, N. C.—G.W. Caldwell, Superintendent; 
J. H. Gibbon, Assayer ; John R. Bolton, Coiner. 



UNITED STATES COURTS IN CONNECTICUT* 

February, District— New Haven, 4th Tuesday. 

April, Circuit —New Haven, 4th Tuesday. 

May, District— Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 

August, District— New Haven, 4th Tuesday, 

September, Circuit— Hartford, 3d Tuesday. 

November, District— Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 



DISTRICT COURT Of CONNECTICUT. 

Andrew T. Judson, Judge; Charles A. Ingersoll, 
Clerk; Jonathan Stoddard, Attorney; Benning Mann, 
Hartford, Marshall; Charles S. A. Davis, Deputy. 

Note. — It has not been possible to be correct in the 
list of Post Masters. During the past year there have 
baen 71 changes. From twenty we have no returns. 
Consequently a number of towns are not inserted. — 
Allen May is appointed P. M. in Middletown ; North, 
Ralph Hubbard. We have no room for others. 



J 


JMU 


■Iff flfci 




A. Page. 


C. 


Page, 


Almanac, 


5 


Cities, 




Academies, 


118 


Hartford, 


90 


Agricultural Societies, 


159 


New Haven, 


90 


Atheneum, 


161 


New London 


91 


American Asylum, 


87 


Norwich, 


91 


Attorneys, Sheriffs, &c. 


Middletown, 


92 


See Counties.] 23' 


-51 


Bridgeport, 
Colleges, 


92 


B. 




Yale, 


113 


Banks, 




Trinity, 


115 


Hartford County, 95—7 


Weslyan, 


117 


N. Haven, " 97—9 


Clergy, 




N. London, (i 99— 


403 


Hartford County, 79 


Fairfield, " 103- 


-105 


N. Haven " 


80 


Windham, " 105- 


-106 


N. London ' 


81 


Middlesex, " 106- 


-107 


Fairfield, * 


5 82 


Tolland. 


108 


Windham ' 


83 


Bank Directors on par 


i 


Litchfield, < 


84 


of the State, 


". 61 


Middlesex, ' 


85 


Bishops, Episcopal, 


86 


Tolland, 


85 


Boroughs, 




Courts in Conn 


3cticut, 


Colchester, 


93 


see Calendar 


pages. 


Stonington, 


93 


Commissioners, 




Essex, 


93 


On Roads, 


54 


Worthington, 


93 


•* Bridges, 


58 


Danbury, 


94 


n Ferries, 


59 


Stamford, 


94 


" Rail Road 


3, 59 


Litchfield, 


94 


" Ack. Deec 


Is, 61 


Norwalk, 


94 


M Banks, 


61 



176 



INDEX. 



Committee to Revise 

Militia Laws, 146 

Conn. Government. 

Executive, 17 

Senators, 17 

Representatives, 18 — 23 
Judiciary, 22 

D. 
Districts, 

Congressional. 53 

Senatorial, 53 

E. 
Eclipses, 3 

G. 
Governors of States, 147 

I. 
Insurance Co's. 109 — 111 
Institutes, 

Theological, S. W. 118 

" Suffield, 119 

Young Men's, H'fd., 159 

" N. Hav'n. 160 

L. 

Lodge, Grand, 161 

Rechabites, 162 

M. 

Militia, 120—160 

N. 
Notaries Public 62 

P. 
Postage, Rates of, 70 

Post Masters, 65—70 

Probate Courts, see 
Counties. 

R. 
Retreat for the Insane, 88 
Rail Roads, 111—112 

S. 
State & School Funds, 162 



Societies, 

Conn. Bible, 119 

American do. 159 

Tract, 111 

General Hospital, 89 

Conn Medical, 148 

" Missionary, 157 

" Aca. of Arts and 

Sciences, 158 

" Nat. History, 158 

" Temperance, 160 

" Historical, 161 

Amer. Philological, 158 

Horticultural, N. H. 159 

Hale Mon'mt. Ass., 160 

N. H. Mutual Aid, 160 

Surveyors of Land, 119 

State Prison, 64 

T. 
Town Officers, 73—78 

Tides, Table of, 4 

V. 

Votes for Congress, 163 

16 " Governor, 164 
U. 
U. S. Callendar, 

Executive, 164 

Treasury, 165 

Judiciary, 165 

Senators, 165 

Representatives, 167 

Ministers Abroad, 170 
" Accredited, 170 

Customs, 171 

Navy Officers, 171 

Vessels of War, 173 

Army List, 174 

Mint, 174 

Courts, 174 



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B 1 2 3 4 

| 8 9 10 11 

§ 15 16 17 18 

g 22 23 24 25 

8 29 30 31 

3 APRIL . . . 1 

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9 12 13 14 15 
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11 12 13 
18 19 20 
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31 
; June 12 3 
7 8 9 10 
14 15 16 17 
21 22 23 24 
28 29 30 



1 2 

8 .9 

15 16 

22 23 
29 30 

5 6 

12 13 

19 20 

26 27 

5 6 

12 13 

19 20 

-26 27 

2 3 

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16 17 

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12 13 14 15 

19 20 21 22 23 

26 27 28 29 30 

AUGUST .... 

2 3 4 5 6 
10 11 
18 



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12 13 

19 20 



21 123 24 25 26 27 
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14 6 
21 13 

28 20 21 22 23 24 

27 28 29 30 

4 OCTOBER . .. 1 

11 4 5 6 7 8 

18 11 12 13 14 15 

25 18 19 20 21 22 

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FOR THE YEAH 

1847. 

TO WHICH IS PREFIXED 

AN ALMANAC, 

PUBLISHED BY SAMUEL GREEN, 

HARTFORD : 

And sold by all the Booksellers in the State. f^^o^ 

1847. ie^; 

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Institutions for Literary and Religious 

Purposes, Statistical Tables, 

AND A VARIETY OF OTHER INTERESTING ARTICLES. 

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SOLD BY ALL BOOKSELLERS IN THE STATE. 

1847. 



VALUE, WEIGHT, & FINENESS OF GOLD COINS 

As established in 18S4-- Calculated and arranged 
according to the Rule of Ike U. S. Min t. 

NAMES OF COINS 



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Half Eagle - 

Quarter Eagle - - - . 

Eagle (old)* .... 
England— Guinea* - 

Sovereign* - 

7 Shilling Piece - 
Fiance— Double Louis, coined before 1786* 
do. do. since 1786* 

Double Napoleon, or 40 Francs* 
Fortvgal ^nd Brazil— Johannes* - 

Dobraon " 

Dobra - 

Moidore (Portuguese half in proportion) 

Crusado (new, 480 rees) 

Crusado (eld Portuguese, 400 rees) 

Piece of 16 Testoone, or 1600 rees (Porto.) 

Milree, coined in 1775 (Porlu.) 
Mexico* and Colombia— DovMoon 
Spain— Old Doubloon or Quadruple Pistole* 

Doubloon, 1601* 



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$ CM 



Weight 
dwt gr. 



10 18 
5 9 
2 16i 

11 6 
5 91 

5 3i 

1 19 
10 11 

9 20 
8 7 
18 
34 12 

16 6 

6 22 
16i 
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116.0 

58.0 
247.5 
118.7 
113.1 

39.6 
224.9 
212.6 
179.0 

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152.2 

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Entered according to the Aet of Congress, in the year 1832, 

BY SAMUEL QRBECT, 

in the Office of the Clerk of the District of Connecticut. 



ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1847. 
There will be four Eclipses this year, two of 
the Sun, and two of the Moon, all of them invis- 
ible to us, as follows : 

I. The first will be a small eclipse of the Moon, 
March 31, at 4h. 27m. P. M., ending a short 
time before the Moon rises — therefore invisible. 

II. The second will be of the Sun, April 15, 
at lh. 32m. in the morning, invisible. 

III. The third will be of the Moon, Septem- 
ber 24, at 9h. 36m. in the morning, therefore in- 
visible. 

IY. The fourth will be of the Sun, October 
9, at 4h. 17m. in the morning, to us invisible ; 
but at or near the city of Paris, this eclipse will 
be annular at about 8 o'clock in the morning, ap- 
parent time at Paris, exhibiting a most beautiful 
appearance. About eighty years ago, calcula- 
tions of all the eclipses which were to happen in 
France until the end of the 19th century were 
made to gratify the French king, who was anx- 
ious to know if a total or annular eclipse of the 
sun would happen ; when it was found the only 
one during that period, would be the eclipse of 
October 9th, 1847. During the same period we 
may eount at least seven eclipses in the United 
States, of the required description, viz., the 
eclipses of 1791, 1806, 1831, 1834, 1838,1854, 

and1875 ' 1217031 

THE PLANETS. 

Venus will be Evening Star until October 3d, 
thence Morning Star till July 1848. Jupiter may 
be favorably observed the first four months of 
the year, also in the month of December ; Sat- 
urn the last four months of the year ; and Mars 
the last three months of the year. 

ELECTORS' MEETING, FIRST MON D A Y I N A PRIL , 



T I B> E TABJLE, 

SHOWING THE DIFFERENCE OF HIGH WATER 
AT SEVERAL PLACES FROM NEW LONDON. 

The sixth column of each monthly page shows the 
time of high water at New London, New York, Eliza- 
bethtown Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape Henlopen, Cock- 
spur in Georgia, and Brunswick, in North Carolina — to 
which if you add and substract as in the annexed table, 
you will have the time of high water at the following 
places. A. shows that the annexed quantity of time 
must be added — S. substracted — H. stands for hours — 
M. for minntcs 



NAMES OF PLAC 


ES. 


IT. 


Rff. 


NAMES OP PLACES. 


II. M- 


Amboy, 


S. 





45 


Nantucket, 


S. 


1 30 


Annapolis, Md. 


S. 


2 





Newburyport, 


A. 


2 45 


Annapolis, Novs 


. A. 


3 





New Haven, 


A. 


1 50 


Albany, 


A. 


6 


30 


New Providence, 


S. 


1 25 


Block Island, 


S. 


1 


17 


Norwich Landing 


,A. 


45 


New Bedford, 


s. 


1 


12 


Penobscot, 


A. 


3 


Boston, 


A. 


1 


25 


Pensacola, 


S. 


1 


Cape Ann, 


A. 


2 


45 


Philadelphia, 


A. 


4 20 


Cape Fear, 


S. 


1 





Piscataway, 


A. 


2 40 


Casco Bay. 


A. 


2 


15 


Plymouth, 


A. 


1 45 


Charleston Bar, 


S. 


2 


20 


Port Royal, S. C. 


S. 


30 


Fairfield, 


A. 


2 


o 


Portsmouth, 


A. 


2 45 


•Frederzca, 


S. 


1 


o 


Providence, 


s. 


1 


Georgetown Bar 


, s. 


2 


20 


Quebec, 


A. 


3 


Guilford, 


A. 


1 


30 


Rhode Island, 


s. 


45 


Halifax, 


A. 


3 





Salem, 


A. 


2 45 


Hell Gale, 


A. 





30 


Sandy Hook, 


A. 


55 


Hartford, 


A. 


2 


20 


Savannah, 


S. 


1 12 


Huntington, 


A. 


2 





Saybrook, 


A. 


15 


Ipswich, 


A. 


2 


45 


St. Augustine, B. 


s. 


1 25 


Jamestown, 


A. 





50 


St. Johns, Newf. 


A. 


3 


Louisburg, 


A. 


3 





Tybeo Bar, 


A. 


15 


Main Ocean, 


S. 





45 


Williamsburg, Va 


. A. 


2 15 


Mobile Point, 


A. 


6 





Wilmington, N.C 


.A. 


2 15 



January has 31 days, beginning on Frida y. 

Full M. Id. 9b. 52m.M. I New M. 16d. 8b. Om. e. 
Last Qr. 9d. lb. 50m. e. | First Qr. 23d. lib. 28m. m. 
Full M. 3ld, 3h,40m, m. 



m.|w.| Calendar, &c. | ©r. | ©s. |F,sea|r.(§g. 


1|6 


J#D© 3 P^. 2(set 5b m 


7 28 


4 32 


9 32|riscs. 


2 7 


[Cirucmcision 


7 27 


4 32 


10 19 6 9 


3.5 


1 sun slow 5rn 


7 27 


4 33 


11 6 


7 7 


4 a 




7 26 


4 33 


U 50 


8 5 


5 : 


J $ rise 4b 32m m 


7 26 


4 34 


morn. 


9 


&u 


t Sirius rise 6 29 e > apo 


7 25 


4 34 


35 


10 


7 £ 


i'Regulusrise 8h e [Epipb. 


7 25 


4 35 


1 17 


10 56 


8 t 


; very small tides 


7 24 


4 35 


1 59 


11 54 


9 ' 


r ?sets 5 10 e 


7 24 


4 36 


2 41 


morn. 


10.! 


? 1 Sin Epipb. <J^ise4 30 m 


7 23 


4 36 


3 25 


52 


11 5 


>!2f south 9h e 


7 22 4 37 


4 12 


1 50 


12 : 


j!7*s south 8h e 


7 21 


4 38 


5 


2 50 


13 ^ 


[ sun slow 9m 


7 21 


4 39 


5 53 


3 50 


14. 


3 £ low 


7 20 


4 39 


6 48 


4 50 


1.5 < 




7 19 


4 41 


7 46 


5 48 


16" 


f sun slow 10m 


7 18 4 42 


8 45 


sets. 


17. 


$ 2 S.aft.Epiph. high tides 


7 18:4 42 


9 44 


6 8 


18* 


> 3) per. 


7 174 43 


10 42 


7 21 


19* 


3 Capella so. 9h e 


7 16 4 44 


11 37 


8 33 


20 t 


1 


7 154 45 


aft. 31 


9 43 


21 . 


3 Day br. 5b 30m 


7 144 46 


1 25 


10 57 


22 




7 13 4 47 


2 17 


morn. 


23 


7 


7 124 48 


3 9 


5 


24* 


S 3d af.E. Aldebaran so.8h e 


7 114 49 


4 


1 11 


25 


I 


7 10 4 50 


4 53 


2 15 


26: 


\ 


7 9 4 51 


5 45 


3 15 


27 


4 sun slow 13m ©high 


7 8 4 52 


6 36 


4 10 


28 


5 


7 7 4 53 


7 27 


5 


29 


6 


7 6 4 54 


8 15 


5 43 


30 


7 ? sets 6h. e 


7 5 ! 4 55 


9 


6 23 


31 


S Septuagesima Sunday 


7 4 


'4 56 


9 47 


rises. 



CALENDAR OF THE COURTS 

IN CONNECTICUT — ARRANGED MONTHLY. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Hartford, lastTuesday. At New Haven and 
Brooklyn, 4th Tuesday. 





February has 23 days, 


beg 


innin 


g on 


Monday. 


Last Qr.Hd. 8h. 50m. m. 


First Qr.21d. llh. 10m. k. 


Now M. 15(1. 6h. 36m. m. 




M. 


w.| Calendar, &c. |(v)r. 


3s.|F.sea.|r.®s. 


i 


2 




7 3 


4 56 10 30 


6 53 


2 


3 


Purification b. v. Mary 


7 2 


4 58 


11 15 


7 50 


3 


I 


) apogee. f sun si. 14m 


7 1 


4 59 


11 56 


8 45 


4 


5 




6 59 


5 1 


morn. 


9 43 


5 


6 


Regulus r6h b 


6 57 


5 3 


38 


10 41 


6 


7 




6 56 


5 4 


1 21 


11 39 


7 


& 


Sexagesima Sunday 


6 55 


5 5 


2 6 


mom. 


8 


2 


Small tides 


6 54 


5 6 


2 52 


38 


9 


3 




6 53 


5 7 


3 42 


1 35 


10 


4 


2 sets 6h 30m (^Low 


6 51 


5 9 


4 34 


2 35 


11 


5 


Dog star so. 9h e 


6 50 


5 10 


5 29 


3 32 


12 







6 49 


5 11 


6 26 


4 26 


13 


7 




6 48 


5 12 


7 24 


5 15 


14 


S 


Shrove Sunday 


6 46 


5 14 


8 23 


6 


15 


2 




6 45 


5 15 


9 21 


sets. 


16 


3 


® Periges High tides 


6 44 


5 16 


10 1? 


7 23 


17 


4 


AshWednes. 1st da}' Lent 


6 43 


5 17 


U 13 


8 37 


18 


5 


[Reg. so.near midnt 


6 41 


5 19 


aft. 8 


9 50 


19 


6 




6 40 


5 20 


1 2 


11 


20 


7 


Day br. 5h. sun si. 14m 


6 38 


5 22 


1 55 


mom. 


21 


.5 


1st Sunday in Lent 


6 37 


5 23 


2 49 


5 


22 


2 


$ rise 4h m 


6 36 


5 24 


3 42 


1 8 


23 


3 


? set 7h > runs high 


6 34 


5 26 


4 33 


2 5 


'24 


4 




6 33 


5 27 


5 24 


2 55 


25 


5 




6 32 


5 28 


6 13 


3 40 


26 


6 


2£QO Dog*so.8h 


6 30 


5 30 


7 


4 23 


27 


7 


«un slow 13m 


6 29 


5 31 


7 44 


5 


28 


,s 


2d Sunday in Lent 


6 28 


5 32 


8 28 


5 32 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 3d Tuesday. Middletown, 4th 
do. Fairfield 2d do. 



COUNTY COURTS. 

At Norwich [a] 2d Tuesday. 



March has 31 days, beginning on Monday. 
Full M. Id. lOh. 20m. e. I New Moon 16d.4h.21m. b. 

LastQr. 9d. llh.50m.«. | First Qr. 23d. Oh. 5 Im. e. 

Full Moon 3ld. 4h. 27m. e. 

m.|w.| Calendar, &c. 
"l|2 

23 

3 4 



|(g>r. |(g)3-|F.sea|r.(|>s. 



9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
1 

16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



^ Apo. 

sun slo. 12m 

Daybreak 4h 40m 

3d S. in Lent. 2 set 7 30 

Dog star so. 7 30 e 



(§Low 



sun si. 10m 



4th Sunday in Lent 

J) perigee 

St.Patrick. Very hi. tides 



, $ rises 3h. 30m. m. 
55th in Lent. Regu. so. 



sun si. 7m 
Annunciation B, 



8h 



V.M. 



Palm Sunday 
sun si. 5m 

<f) eclipsed, invis. 



(§apo. 



31 

35 

37 

30 

39 

41 

42 

44 

45 

46 

48 

49 

50 

52 

53 

55 

56 

57 

59 



2 

3 

4 

6 

7 

9 

10 

11 

13 

14 

6 15 



9 12 
9 54 

10 36 

11 19 
morn. 

3 

48 

1 36 

2 25 

3 18 



10 46 

11 42 

aft. 37 

1 32 

2 26 
20 

9 
57 
43 
27 
10 
52 

8 34 

9 17 



6 3 

rises. 

7 37 

8 34 

9 31 

10 29 

11 27 
morn. 

24 

1 20 

2 14 

3 4 

3 50 

4 32 

5 12 
sets. 

7 24 

8 37 

9 48 

10 53 

11 56 
morn. 

50 

1 40 

2 22 

3 

3 34 

4 5 

4 34 

5 2 
rises. 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

At Norwich, 3d Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, 1st Tuesday. At New Haven 3d 
do. At Hartford, 4th do. At Tolland, 4th do. 



April has 30 days/ beginning on Thursday. 



Last Qr. 8d. lOh. 37m. m. 
New M. 15d. lb. 33m. m. 



First Qr. 22d. 4h. 20m. m. 
Full M. 30d.8h. 33m. m. 



m.|w.| Calendar, &c. 



l©r.|@ S .]F.sea.|r .(j s . 



1 


5 


5 


6 


3 


7 


4 


A' 


5 


2 


6 


3 


7 


4 


8 


5 





6 


10 


7 


1 1 


S 


12 


2 


13 


3 


14 


4 


15 


5 


16 


6 


VI 


7 


18 


S 


19 


a 


20 


3 ! 


21 


4 


25 


5 


23 


6 


24 


7 


25 


■s 


26 


2 


27 


3 


28 


4 


29 


5 


30 


e 



? set 8h. 31m 
6;Good Friday 
Easter eve. (jjflnLow 

Easter Sunday Baybr.4h 
Electors' Meet, in Conn 

rather small tides 
sun si. 2m 



1st Sunday after Easter 

J? rises 4h. m. 

j) perigee. high 

tides 
Q and clock even. 



S 2d Sunday after Easter 
runs high 
sun fast lm 

Regu. so. 8h. e 

Very small tides 
$ rise 2h 30m m 
3d S. aft Easter .<D fast 2m 
? set 9h 30m ) apo. 



^setlOh 



5 43 


6 17 


10 


5 42 


6 18 10 45 


5 41 


6 19|11 33 


5 39 


6 21 morn. 


5 38 


6 22 


22 


5 36 


6 24 


1 13 


5 35 


6 25 


2 6 


5 34 


6 26 


3 


5 32 


6 28 


3 54 


5 31 


6 29 


4 48 


5 30 


6 30 


5 43 


5 28 


6 32 


6 37 


5 27 


6 33 


7 32 


5 26 


6 34 


8 28 


5 24 


6 36 


9 24 


5 23 


6 37 


10 21 


5 22 


6 38 


11 17 


5 21 


6 39 


aft. 14 


5 19 


6 41 


1 9 


5 18 


6 42 


2 


5 17 


6 43 


2 51 


5 15 


6 45 


3 38 


5 14 


6 46 


4 23 


5 13 


6 47 


5 8 


5 12 


6 48 


5 50 


5 11 


6 49 


6 32 


5 9 


6 51 


7 15 


5 8 


6 52 


8 


5 7 


6 53 


8 43 


5 6 


6 54 


9 30 



7 25 

8 23 

9 21 

10 19 

11 14 
morn. 

7 



sets. 

8 33 

9 40 

10 40 

11 30 
morn. 

18 




34 

7 
37 

5 
33 


32 



SUPERIOR COURT.' 
At Tolland, 3d Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Haddam, Tuesday following first Monday. 
At Litchfield, 2d Tuesday. ' 



May has 31 days, beginning on Saturday. 



Last Qr. 7d.6h. Om. e. 


First Qr. 2ld. 9h. 10m. E . 


New 


Moon l4d.10h.34mM. 


Full Moon 29d. <>h.56m. e. 


M. 


w 


. | Calendar, &c. |©r. |(v)s.|F. sca|r.(fs. 


~T 


f 


0fast 3m. during this mo. 


5 5 


6 55 10 19 


8 13 


2 


S 


4th Sunday after Easter 


5 3 


6 57 


11 10 


9 10 


3 


2 


3) Low 


5 2 


6 58 


morn. 


10 5 


4 


3 




5 1 


6 59 


3 


10 56 


5 


4 


Elec. at Hartford. 


5 


7 


56 


11 44 


6 


5 




4 59 


7 l 


1 50 


morn. 


7 


6 


Regulus so. at sunset 


4 57 


7 3 


2 43 


2€ 


8 


7 


Daybreak 3h. 


4 56 


7 4 


3 37 


1 5 


9 


S 


5th aft. E, $ rise 2h m 


4 55 


7 5 


4 29 


1 41 


10 


2 




4 54 


7 6 


5 22 


2 17 


lj 


3 


? set lOh. ) per. 


4 52 


7 8 


6 15 


2 53 


12 


4 


Spica so. lOh. e. 


4 52 


7 8 


7 10 


3 30 


13 


5 


Holy Thurs. High 


4 51 


7 9 


8 5 


4 10 


14 


6 


tides 


4 50 


7 10 


9 


sets. 


lo 


7 




4 49 


7 11 


10 o 


8 23 


16 


5* 


Sunday after Asc. (JDhigh 


4 48 


7 12 


10 55 


9 20 


17 


2 




4 47 


7 13 


11 50 


10 10 


18 


3 




4 46 


7 14 


aft. 42 


10 54 


19 


4 




4 45 


7 15 


1 31 


11 33 


20 


5 


'4 set 9h e. 


4 44 


7 16 


2 18 


morn. 


21 


6 




4 43 


7 17 


3 3 


7 


22 


7 




4 42 


7 18 


3 46 


38 


23 


S 


Whitsunday 


4 42 


7 18 


4 29 


1 7 


24 


2 


(fapo 


4 41 


7 19 


5 11 


1 35 


25 


3 




4 40 


7 20 


5 54 


2 3 


2G 


4 




4 39 


7 21 


6 38 


2 33 


27 


5 




4 39 


7 21 


7 24 


3 5 


28 


6 


- 


4 38 


7 22 


8 12 


3 40 


29 


7 




4 38 


7 22 


9 3 


rises. 


30 


5) Trinity Sunday 


4 37 


7 23 


9 56 


7 58 


31 


2 


H Low 


4 37 


7 23 


10 50 


8 52 



No Courts holden this month. 



Jctne has 30 d ays, beginning on Tuesday. 



Last Qr. 5d. llh. 17m. e. 
New Moon, 12d. 81i.0m. e. 



M. 



w.| Calendar, &c. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 3 
23!4 
24 ! 5 
25 6 



First Qr. 20d. 2h. 43m. e. 
F ull Mo o n28d.8h.34 m. m. 
I ©r.|( v)s.jF.aea|r.(3|s. 
36 



1st Sunday after Trinity 
J) per, 

St. Anthony Daybr 

rather [2h 14m 

St. Barnabas. high tides 
Moon high 

2d af. Trinity. 

and clock even 
prises Oh 36m M. 



4 

4 36 
35 
34 
34 
33 
. 4 33 
32 
32 



26 
27 
28 

29 
30 



3d Sunday after Trinity. 
Longest day. (fiapo. 

Arcturus so. 8h e 
sun si. 2m. Nativ.St.John 
Baptist 
@ low 
4th after Trinity. 

sun si. 3m. 



32 
31 
31 
4 31 
4 31 
4 31 
4 31 
4 30 
4 30 
4 30 
4 30 
4 30 



4 31 



4 31 



11 46 
morn. 

40 

1 34 

2 26 

3 18 



4 31 7 29 



10 
2 
55 
49 
45 

8 41 

9 36 

10 30 

11 20 
aft. 10 

55 

1 40 

2 25 

3 7 



3 49 

4 32 

5 1? 

6 4 

6 54 

7 45 

8 40 

9 37 
10 33 



7 2911 28 



9 39 

10 24 

11 7 
11 45 
morn. 

20 

51 

1 29 

2 6 

2 47 

3 30 
sets. 
8 

8 48 

9 29 
10 5 

10 39 

11 9 
11 37 
morn. 

5 

34 

1 4 

1 37 

2 15 

2 57 

3 45 
rises. 

8 24 

9 7 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 

At Hartford, 2d Tuesday. At Litchfield, 3d do. 

At Danbury, [a] 4th do. At New Haven, 

Tuesday following 4tli Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At New London, 2d Tuesday. N. Haven, 4th do. 



July has 31 days, beginning on Thursday. 



Last Qr. 5d. 3h.53tTi. m. 
New Moon 12d. 6h.50m. m. 



First Qr.20d. 8h. 3m. m. 
FuIlMoon27d.5h.l9m.M. 



M lw.| Calendar, &c. 



\®r 



(y) s.|F. sea|r.(§s. 



9 
10 
11 
.12 
13 
144 



£ rise midnight 

) per. 

5th aft Trinity slow 4m 



15 
16 
17 

18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



4 32 

4 32 

4 32 

4 33 

4 33 

4 33 

4 34 

4 34 

4 35 

O slow 5m. ©high 4 36 

6th af.Tri- Antares so.9h. 4 36 

4 37 

4 38 

4 38 

4 39 

4 40 

^apo. 4 40 

7th after Trin. 2£ri. 3h. m4 41 

rather small tides 4 42 



T? rise lOh. 
Daybreak 2h 30m 



Sun slo. Cii 
? set 9h. 30 m 
jrise llh. 



Moon low 



8th Sunday after Trinity. 
? gr. ©long. 



4 43 

4 43 

4 44 

45 

4C 



High tides 



© Per 



4 47 
48 
49 
5C 
4 51 
4 52 
*4 53 



morn. 
T 22 

1 15 

2 7 



7 7 



8 20 

9 13 
10 

10 50 

11 35 
aft. 20 



6 27 

7 22 

8 19 

9 15 

10 12 

11 7 
morn. 

li 



9 46 
10 23 
10 58 
U 32 
morn. 

9 

47 

1 30 

2 15 

3 5 

4 
sets. 
8 4 

8 33 

9 10 
9 39 

10 7 

10 35 

11 5 
11 36 
morn. 

10 
50 
i 35 

2 27 

3 27 
rises. 

7 43 

8 22 

9 
9 35 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 

At Middletown, [a] 2d Tuesday. At New Lon- 
don, [a] 3d Tuesday. At Brooklyn, 4th do. 
At Tolland, Tuesday after the 4th do. 



August has 31 clays, beginning on Sunday. 



Last Qr. 3d. 9h. 10m. m. 


First Qr. I9d. Oh. 12m. m. 


NewMoon 10d.7b.38m.E. 


Full Moon 26d.lh. 20m. m. 


m.|w. | Calendar. &c. 


Or. | <v)s |F.seajr.@F c 


1\S 


9th af. Trinity. £)slo. 6m 


4 54 


7 6 55110 11 


2 2 




4 55 


7 5 


1 48 10 49 


3 3 


$ sets 9h. 


4 56 


7 4 


2 41 


11 29 


44 




4 57 


7 3 3 34 


morn. 


5] 5 




4 58 


7 2 


4 28 


13 


6 6 


> y»gk 


4 59 


7 1 


5 22 


1 


77 




5 


7 


6 15 


1 54 


S\S 


10th Sunday after Trinity- 


5 1 


6 59 


7 7 


2 50 


92 




5 2 


6 58 


7 57 


3 47 


103 




5 4 


8 56 


8 45 


sets. 


1114 


Sun el. 5m. 


5 5 


6 5 5 


9 31 


7 11 


12 5 




5 6 


6 54 10 16 


7 40 


13 ! 7 


Vega so. 9h e. T?ri.3h 


5 7 


,6 53|ll 


8 10 


14:6 


(fApo. 


5 8 


6 52J11 41 


8 38 


15'S 


llthaf.Tri. Daybr. 3 15 


5 9 6 51 


aft .23 


9 7 


16 ! 2 


prises 10h. 


5 10 6 50 


1 6 9 37 


1713 




5 126 48 


1 5010 10 


184 


Small tides 


5 136 47 


2 36 10 47 


19,5 


If rise lb 30m m. 


5 14 6 46 


3 2411 28 


2016 


Moon low 


5 16 6 44 


4 15 morn. 


21 h 


Sun si. 3m. 


5 17 6 43 


5 Si 15 


22 5 


• 12th Sund. after Trinity. 


5 186 42 


6 3 1 10 


23 S 


\ Venus sets 8h. 


5 196 41 


7 


2 10 


24! Z 


1 Feast of St. Bartholomew 


5 21 6 39 


7 56 


3 17 


254 


Merc. gr. elongation 


5 22 6 38 


8 52 


4 28 


26 £ 




5 23 6 37 


9 48 


rises. 


27 € 


(§ per. Very high tides 


5 25 6 35 


10 44 


7 32 


28f 


' % very brilliant. 


5 26 6 34 


11 39 


8 9 


29 £ 


) 13th Sunday after Trin. 


5 27 6 33 


morn. 


8 48 


30 S 


► 


5 28 6 32 


34 


9 30 


3112 




5 30 6 30 


1 2910 13 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 3d Tuesday. At Haddam, 4th do. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Hartford, Brooklyn, and Danbury, 2d Tues- 
day. At" Tolland, 4th do. 



September has 30 days, beginning on Wednesday. 



Last Qr. ld.4h. 25m. e. 
Now Moon 9J.ltli.0m. m 



First Qr, I7d. 2h.30m. e. 
Full Moon 24d. 91i. 36m. m. 



Calendar, &c. 



10 
11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 



27 

28 
29 
So 



4 Sun and clock even 



5 Jp so. midnight. 
Moon hiffh 
m fast Inn 
14th after Trinity 

©fast 2m. 



\ c?0 



Sun fast 3m. 
Japo. 

15th after Trinity. 
Sun fast 4ra. 

Vega so. 7b. 
J? soutli 1 lb. 
prises midnight 

16th after Trinity 



<g^®s.jFu"lls.|r,®s. 
11 



5 3 

5 32 
33 
35 

3G 
5 38 

39 



29 
6 28 
6 27 
6 25 
6 24 
6 22 
6 21 
6 20 
6 19 
6 18 
44'6 16 
46^6 14 
47 6 13 
48|6 12 
19 6 11 
>low'5 5]6 9 
5 526 8 



2 24 

3 18 

4 12 

5 4 

5 54 

6 43 

7 30 

8 13 

8 57 

9 39 

10 22 

11 4 
11 47 
aft.32 

1 19 
2 



(^eclipsed invis 

very high tides 
17th af.' Trinity. 
Sun fast 9 til. 



fpso. lOh 3m. 



®Per. 



54 6 

556 

5 56'd 

5 53 6 

59,6 



5 59 
5 58 
57 
56 
5 54 



10 



51 
5 501 




11 52 
morn. 

45 

1 42 

2 39 

3 36 

4 34 
sets. 

6 41 

7 9 

7 40 

8 11 

8 45 

9 25 
710 9 
Oil I 

50 11 54 



4 44 



5 39 

6 35 

7 30 

8 26 

9 22 

10 19 

11 16 
morn. 

5 53 13 
1 10 



morn. 
56 

2 3 

3 13 

4 27 
rises. 

6 41 

7 22 

8 5 

8 54 

9 45 



2 6 10 40 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Norwich, 2d Tuesday. At Hartford, 4th do. 



October has 31 days, beginning on Friday. 

Last Qr.ld. 2h.45m. m. I First Qr. 17d. 2h.52m. m. 

NewMoon 9d. 4h.l7m. m. | Full Moon 23d. 6h.47m. e. 

Last Qr. 30d. 5h. 6m. b. 



m|w[ 


Calendar, &c. 


l#ri. 


1 IDs. 


|F,sea 


lr.($s. 


1 


6 




6 12 


5 


48 


3 


11 36 


2 


7 


Moon high 


6 13 


5 


47 


3 51 


morn. 


3 


S 


18th aft, Trin. Inf.rf ? © 


6 16 


5 


45 


4 40 


34 


4 


2 


Sun fast llm„ 


6 16 


5 


44 


5 27 


1 32 


S 


3 


Altair so. 7h. $ rise 7h. 


6 17 


5 


43 


6 12 


2 30 


a 


4 


2^ rises llh. 


6 19 


5 


41 


6 55 


3 26 


7 


5 


Fomalhaut so. lOh. s 


6 20 


5 


40 


7 38 


4 22 


8 


6 


moon apo 


6 21 


5 


SO 


8 20 


5 18 


9 


7 


©eclipsed Jul is. 


6 23 


5 


37 


9 3 


sets. 


10 


S 


19th aft. Trinity. #J# £ 


6 24 


5 


36 


9 46 


6 13 


1! 


2 




6 26 


5 


34 


10 30 


6 47 


12 


3 


Sun fast 13m 


6 27 


5 


33 


11 16 


7 25 


H 


4 


©un 


6 28 


5 


39 


aft. 4 


8 6 


14 


5 




6 30 


5 


30 


53 


8 53 


15 6 


Ipso. 9h. moon low 


6 31 


5 


29 


1 44 


9 45 


167 




6 32 


5 


28 


2 36 


10 43 


17.S 


20th Sand, after Trinity. 


6 33 


5 


27 


3 28 


11 45 


182 




6 35 


5 


25 


4 22 


morn. 


193 


Daybreak 5h. 


6 36 


5 


24 


5 15 


52 


20 4 


Sun fast 15m . 


6 38 


5 


22 


6 9 


2 


215 




6 39 


5 


21 


7 4 


3 13 


226 


©Per. 2£rise lOh. 


6 40 


5 


20 


8 


4 27 


23 7 


' Very high tides. 


6 42 


5 


13 


8 57 


rises. 


24 


S 


21st after Trinity. 


6 43 


5 


11, 


.9 55 


5 55 


25 


2 




6 44 


5 


16 


10 54 


6 42 


:26 


3 




6 45 


5 


15 


11 52 


7 33 


27 


4 


$ r, 4h moon high 


6 47 


5 


14 


morn. 


8 28 


28 


5 


Sun fast 16m. 


6 48 


5 


13 


49 


9 25 


29 


6 




6 49 


5 


1! 


1 44 


10 25 


30' 


7 


I? so. 8h. 


6 51 


5 


9 


2 35 


11 24 


31 S22d af. Trinity. § ® <J 


6 52 


5 


8 


3 .24 morn. 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, 1st Tuesday. At New Haven, 2d 
do. At Danbury 1st do. At Tolland. 3d do. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 2d Tuesday. Middletown, 3d do. 



November has 30 days, b eginning on Monday 
New Moon 7d. 10h.21m. e*. FuTlfM. 22d 
First Qr. 15d. lh.25m. e. | Last Qr. 29d. 



5h. 14m. m. 
llh.32m. m. 



Al. 


w| Calendar, &c. 


(Dr. 
6 53 


<£s 


|F.sea 


r.(§s- 


1 


2 


All {Saints 


5 7 


4 9 


23 


2 


3 




6 54 


5 6 


4 53 


1 19 


3 


4 


Sun fast 16m. 173. 


6 55 


5 5 


5 36 


2 15 


4 


5 


"]) Apogee 


6 57 


5 4 


6 18 


3 12 


5 


6 


5 gr. elong. 


6 58 


5 3 


7 


4 8 


6 


7 


% rises 9h. 


6 59 


5 2 


7 43 


5 5 


7 


S 


23d afl.Trin. ?r.3h.30m. 


7 


5 


8 27 


sets. 


8 


2 


$ so. llh. ? gr.brilliancy 


7 1 


4 59 


9 13 


5 24 


9 


3 


Sun fast I6m, 


7 3 


4 57 


10 


6 5 


10 


4 




7 4 


4 56 


10 50 


6 50 


11 


5 


@)Low. 


7 5 


4 55 


11 41 


7 40 


12 6 




7 6 


4 54 


aft. 32 


8 37 


13 il 




7 7 


4 53 


1 24 9 37 


us 


24th Sunday after Trinity 


7 7 


4 53 


2 1610 40 


16 2 




7 9 


4 51 


3 8 11 46 


16,3 


Sun fast 15m 


7 10 


4 50 


4 morn. 


17J4 


Daybreak 5h. 30m. 


7 11 


4 49 


4 52 


55 


185 




7 12 


4 48 


5 45 


2 5 


19,6 




7 13 


4 47 


6 40 


3 16 


20 


7 


)Per. J so. lOh. 


7 14 


4 46 


7 36 


4 29 


21 


S 


25th aft .T. ^r.8h. High 


7 15 


4 45 


8 34 


5 41 


22 


2 


Fomalhaut so. 7h. tides. 


7 16 


4 44 


9 33 


rises. 


23 


3 


D High 


7 17 


4 43 


10 32 


6 10 


24 


4 


Sun fast 13m. 


7 18 


4 42 


11 29 


7 8 


25 


5 




7 19 


4 41 


morn 


8 9 


26 


6 




7 19 


4 41 


24 


9 10 


27 


7 




7 20 


4 40 


1 15 


10 10 


28 


■S 


1st S. in Advent D *? O 


7 21 


4 39 


2 5 


11 10 


29 


2 


□ 2# 


7 22 


4 38 


2 49 


morn. 


30 


3 


Small tides 


7 23 


4 37 


3 33 


6 



COUNTY COURTS. 



At Hartford, 2d Tuesday. At Norwich, 2d do. 
At New Haven, 4th do- 



December has 31 days, beginning on Wednesday. 



New 
First 



Moon7d. 3h.41m.E. 
Qr. I4d. 10h.3Ira.E. 



Full Moon 21d. 5h.l8m. e, 
Last Q. 29d- 9b. Om. m. 



m.|w.| Calendar, &c. 


Or. 


©s.|F.sea.jr.(§ s- 


1 


4 




7 23 


4 37 


4 16; 1 3 


2 


5 


) apo. 


7 24 


4 36 


5 


2 


3 


6 


Daybr. 5h. 40m.@fa.10m 


7 24 


4 36 


5 40 


2 57 


4 


7 


£so. 9h. 


7 25 


4 35 


6 24 


3 53 


6 


S 


2d Sunday in Advent. 


7 25 


4 35 


7 9 


4 50 


6 


2 


1[ rises 7h. 


7 26 


4 34 


7 56 


5 47 


7 


3 




7 26 


4 34 


8 45 


sets. 


6 


4 


)low 


7 27 


4 33 


9 36 


5 36 


9 


5 




7 26 


4 33 


10 28 


6 30 


10 


6 


2f rise 6h. 31m. 


7 28 


4 32 


U 21 


7 30 


1 I 


7 




7 28 


4 32 


aft. 13 


8 33 


12 


b- 


3d in Advent. ? r. 3h. 20m 


7 29 


4 31 


1 5 


9 38 


132 




7 29 


4 31 


1 57 


10 45 


143 


Sun fast 5m. 


7 29 


4 31 


2 48 


11 53 


154 




7 29 


4 31 


3 39 


morn. 


165 




7 30 


4 3 


4 31 


1 2 


176 




7 30 


4 30 


5 24 


2 12 


187 


([Per. 


7 33 


4 30 


6 20 


3 21 


19 S 


4th Sunday in Advent. 


7 SO 


4 30 


7 17 


4 30 


202 


Rather high tides 


7 30 


4 30 


8 15 


5 38 


213 




7 30 


4 30 


9 12 


rises. 


224 




7 30 


4 30 


10 9 


5 50 


93 5 




7 SO 


4 30 


11 3 


6 50 


24 6 


Sun and clock even 


7 30 


4 30 


11 54 


7 53 


25 


7 


Christmas Day. 


7 30 


4 30 


morn. 


8 64 


20 


S 


St. Stephen. 


7 29 


4 31 


41 


9 54 


2? 


2 


St. John, Ev. 


7 29 


4 31 


1 27 


10 51 


20 


3 


Holy Innocents 


7 29 


4 31 


2 10 


11 48 


29 


4 




7 29 


4 31 


2 53 


morn. 


30 


5 


Very small tides 


7 28 


4 32 


3 36 


45 


316 




7 28 4 32 


4 19 


1 42 



COUNTY COURTS. 



At Brooklyn, 2d Tuesday. Litchfield, 3d do- 
At Tolland, 4th do, At Fairfield, 2d do. 



GOVERNMENT OF CONNECTICUT. 

Executive Department. 

ISAAC TOUCEY, Governor. 

Salary $1100. 

NOYES BILLINGS, Lieutenant Governor. 

Salary $300. 

CHARLES W. BRADLEY, Treasurer. 

Salary $1090. 

ALONZO W. BIRGE, Secretary. 

Salary $34 and Fees of Office. 

MASON CLEVELAND, Comptroller of Pub. AccHs. 

Salary $1000. 

SETH P. BEERS, Commissioner of the School Fund, 

Salary $1200. 

D Wight W. Pardee, Executive Secretary. 

Elijah H. Owen, ) Alitor* 
Normand Lyman, \ Auait0JS > 



Legislative Department, 

UO* Those marked thus : * are Democrats. 

SENATORS. 
Noyes Billings, President. 
District No. I, Isaac W. Stuart, of Hartford. 

2, Hiram S. Belcher,- of Enfield. 

3, Harmanus M. Welch,* of Farniington. 

4, Marcus Merriman Jr., of New Haven. 

5, Green Kendrick, of Waterbury. 
(>, Ezra Stiles,* of North Haven. 

7, Philip Morgan,* of Waterford. 

8, Dudley R. Wheeler, of N. Stoning ton. 

9, Sherwood Raymond, of Montville. 

10, Samuel Edwards,* of Trumbull. 

11, George Ferrv,* of Bethel. 

12, Charles Marvin, of Wilton, 
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18 SENATORS -EEPRESEfrTATIVES. 

District No.13, Samuel Webb,* of Brooklyn. 

" 14, William S. Scarborough, of Thompson. 

" 15, Lucius Clark, of WinstecLl 

" 16, Minot Smith,* of Bethlem. 

17, Sidney Ensign, of Canaan. 
" 18, John Stewart,* of Chatham, 

" 19, Samuel Ingham,* of Saybrook. 

*> 20, Luther Eaton,* of Tolland. 

" 21, Timothy Dimock, of Coventry. 

Alfred A. Burnham, of Banbury, Clerk* 
Leander Parmelee, Messenger, 
Philip Curtis, Asst. Messenger. 
Rowe B. Newell, Door Keeper, J 



ROLL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 
Cyrus H. Beardsley, Speaker, 

Charles R. Ingersoll, ) rUvi,* 
Calvin W. Philleo, Ass't. \ ^ ieiKS - 

Number of Towns 144 Representatives 219 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford, Thomas C. Perkins, David F. Robinson. 

Aron, Watson Wilcox. 

Berlin, Horace Wells, Ira Cole. 

Bloomfield, Elisha B. Phelps.* 

Bristol, Irenus Atkins. 

Burlington, Avery Hitchcock. 

Canton, Benadam Kasson. 

East Hartford, William Bigelow,* Leonard Fox.* ~ 

East Windsor, Chauncey Ellsworth, Lemuel Stoughton. 

Enfield, William E. Dixon, Joseph P. Couverse. 

Farmington, John T. Norton, Anna Whiting.* 

Glastenburif, Nathan Pierson,* David H. Stevens.* . 

Granbif, William H. Pratt,* Richard H. Phelps. 

flartland, Amos M'Loud,* Munson Merriman.* 

Manchester, Walter Bunce, 

Marlborough, Charles Carter. 

Rocky Hill, George O. Chambers.* 

#iwsburij, Elizur Eno, George Cornish. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 19 

Southington, F. W. Wilcox,* Isaac Shepard.* 
South Windsor, Benoni O. King.* 
Suffield, Elihu S. Taylor,* Albert Jones.* 
Wethersfield, William Talcott, Lester Luce* 
Windsor 9 David L. Hubbard,* Isaac P. Owen.* 
Towns 23 Representatives 37 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

New Haven, Wm. W. Bcardman, Wm. H. Russelh 
Bethany, Miles Hitchcock.* 
Branford, Levi Bradley.* 

Cheshire, Ambrose R. Barnes,* Charles Hurd.* 
Derby, George Blackman. 
East Haven, James Thompson. 
Guilford, Reuben Stone,* William Hale** 
Hamden, Horace Potter.* 
Meriden, Elias Howell. 
Madison, Erastus Scranton. 
Middlebury, Leonard Bronson. 
Milford, Andrew French, Aaron Clark. 
Naugatuck, Leonard Spencer. 
North Branford, Jonathan Rose. 
North Haven, Elizur C. Tuttle.* 
Orange, Lucius Stevens. 
Oxford, Joel White. 
Prospect, Benjamin Doolittle.* 
Pouthbury, W alter J ohnson . 

Walling ford,* Samuel Simpson,* Samuel C. Ford.* 
Waterbury, James L. Scovill, Norton J. Buell. 
WoUott, Willard Plumb.* 
Woodbridge, James A. Darling.* 
Towns 23 - - Representatives 29 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London, Nathan Belcher,* Thos. W. Williams. 

Norwich, Lafayette S. Foster, G. Thurston. 

Bozrah, Patrick Cheesebrough.* 

Colchester, Joshua B. Rogers,* A. R. Park.* 

East Lyme, Ezra Moore jr.* 

Franklin, Backus Smith.* 

Griswold, Benjamin F. Billings. 

Groton, Amos Clift,* David A. Bab oil.* 

Lebanon, A. Rockwell,* Julius Clark.* 

Ledyard, Elias W. Brown.* 



20 REPRBSHNTATIVES. 

Lisbon, William C. Cutler.* 
Lyme, R. E. Selden jr., James K. Beebe. 
Montville, Robert Comstock. 

North Stonington, Wm. B. Hull,* Nathan M. Crary.* 
Preston, Erastus O'Brien,* Asa A. Gore.* 
Salem, John C. Daniels.* 

Stoning ton, Benj. F. Palmer, Charles H. Allen. 
Waterford, Daniel Deshon.* 
Towns 18----*-- Representatives 27 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield, Horace Banks, Thomas Robinson. 
Bridgeport, Joseph F. Crosby.* 
JJrookfield, Ethiel Andrews.* 
Darien, Isaac L. Hoyt. 

Danbury, Lewis H. Hoyt, Charles W. Couch. 
Greenwich, Isaac Peck,* Augustus Mead.*j 
Huntington, Thomas Burlock. 
Monroe, Cyrus H. Beardsley.* 
New Canaan, Hanford Carter.* 
New Fairfield Walter B. Fanton.* 
Newtown, Isaac N. Sturges,* David J. Northrop.* 
Norwalk, Thos. B. Butler, Wm. S. Lockwood. 
Redding', James San ford,* Harry Meeker.* 
Ridge field, Chauncey Olmsted, *N. Keeler. 
Stamford, Selleck Scofield, Wm. T. Minor. 
Sherman, David W. Stevens.* 
Stratford, John Wilcox.* 
Trumbull, David Hawley.* 
Weston, David Patchen.* 
Easton, J. B. Faverweather.* 
Wilton, William Dudley. 
West port, William Piatt.* ; 
Towns 22 Representatives 30 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn, John Witter.* 

Ashford, James Ormsbree,* Isaac Kendall.* 

Canterbury, J no. Kendall,* Moses Hebard.* 

Chaplin, William Ross. 

Hampton, Nathan B. Jackson*. 

Killing ly, Charles Preston,* Lovell Graves.* 

Plainfield, George Cady, Mowrey B. Spalding. 

Pomfret, Charles Matthewson, Ransom Kingsbury. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 21 I 

Sterling, Nathaniel Gallup.* 
Thompson, Parley Jordan, Horace Seamans. 
Voluntown. Benjamin Gallup, 2d.* 
Windham, George S. Catlin,* Benjamin Webb/ 
Woodstock^ Leonard M. Bean, Stephen G. Hopkins. 
Towns 13 Representatives 21 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

LiTCHFiELD,'David Marsh,* George Seymour.* 
Barkhamsted, Sanfbrd Allen, Hiram Burnham. 
Bethlem, Bennett Warner.* 

Canaan, Frederick W T atson t * William P. Burrall.* 
Colebrook, Elias Doty jr.,* Enos North.* 
Cornwall, Carrington Todd,* William Hindman.* 
Goshen, Philo Bailey, Austin Allen. 
Harwinton, A. S. Johnson, Gardner Preston. 
Kent, Nathan Terrill.* 

New Milford, Henry Mervvin, Horace Judscn. 
Norfolk, Harlow Roys, Horace B. Knapp. 
New Hartford, Ira Merrills, Edward Gaines. 
Plymouth, Silas B^Terry. 
Roxbury, ElishaA. Weller.* 
Salisbury, Horace Hollister,* Albert Moore.* 
Sharon, "John P. Goodwin, Elmore Everett. 
Torrington, Loraine Hinsdale, Nelson Roberts. 
Warren, Charles Everett.* 

Washiiigton, Ithiel Hitchcock,* David Whittlesey. 
Watertown, Samuel H. Nettleton. 
Winchester, Gideon Hall jr., Robin P.Beecher.* 
Woodbury, Daniel Bacon, Charles B. Strong. 
Towns 22 Representatives 38 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown, Ebenezer Jackson, Samuel Russell. 

Haddam, Isaac Arnold,* Henry M. Brainard.* 

Chatham, Hiram Markham,* William G. Buell.* 

Chester, Constant Webb.* 

Clinton, Samuel R. Dibble. 

Durham, Elisha Newton, Clement Parsons. 

East Haddam, William Palmer jr., James E. Swan.* 

Killing-worth, John Wilcox,* Ebenezer Griswold. 

Portland, Russell Pentield. 



22 REPRESENTATIVES. 

Sayhrook, George H. Chalker, Stephen Jennings. 
Westbrook, Alfred Chittenden. 
Towns 11- Representatives 18 

TOLLA.ND COUNTY. 

Tolland, Obadiah P. Waldo,* John P. Bigelow.* 

Bolton, Sanford Steele.* 

Columbia, Nathaniel White.* 

Coventry, Willard Hutchinson, David M. Buell. 

Ellington, O. W. Steele.* 

Hebron, Elisha P. Buell, Leonard Hendee. '"* 

Mansfield, Samuel C. Harvey,* Eliphalet Martin. 

Somers, Tudor Gowdy,* E. E. Hamilton.* 

Stafford, Benjamin Rockwell,* Garna Cady,* 

Union, Burk Eoster, Abijah Sessions. 

Vernon, N. O. Kellogg. 

Willington, S. T. Preston, G. H. Merrick. 

Towns 12-- Representatives 20 

Messengers — James Woodruff and Isaac Tattle. 
Door Keeper — Stanton W. Pendleton. 



RECAPITULATION OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Counties Dem. Whig. 

Hartford 18 19 

New Haven 13 16 

New London 18 9 

Fairfield 17 13 

Windham r - 12 9 

Litchfield 15 23 

Middlesex --.-,..9 9 

Tolland 11 9 

Total -------- 113 107 

Add Senators - - 11 10 

Joint ballot * - - 124 117 

Dem. majority 7=6 in the House and 1 in the Senate. 



VOTE FOR STATE OFFICERS. 23 



VOTE FOR STATE OFFICERS. 

For Governor. 
At the election in this state, in 1846, the whole num- 
ber of votes given for Governor, was - - - 57,273 
Clark Bissell (whig) received ,'27,82.2 
Isaac Toucey (dem.) * 27,203 
All others " " 2,243 
Bissell's plurality 619 
Majority against Toucey 2867 

Lieutenant Governor, 
The whole number of votes for Lieutenant Governor, 

was - - 27,212 

Charles J. M'Curdv(whig) received 27,650 

Noyes Billings (dem.) " 27,431 

All others " 2,140 

M'Curdy's plurality 210 

Majority against Billings 2559 

Treasurer. 

The whole number of votes for Treasurer was 57,610 

Joseph B. Gilbert (whig) received 27,957 

Alonzo W. Birge (dem.) " 27,453 

, All others " 2,200 

Gilbert's plurality 204 

Majority against Birge 2704 

Secretary. 

The whole number of votes for Secretary was 57,541 

John B. Robertson (whig) received 27,850 

Charles W. Bradley (dem.) " 27,493 

All others " 2,195 

Robertson's plurality 352 

Majority against Bradley 2548 

Comptroller. 

The whole number of votes for Comptroller was 57,544 

Abijah Catlin (whig) received 27,882 

Mason Cleveland (dem.) " 27,467 

All others 2,195 

Callings plurality 415 

Majority against Cleveland 2610 



24 VOTE FOR SENATORS. 

Senators. 

District No. 1— Isaac W. Stuart (whiff) - - - 2015 

Josiah A twood (dem.) - 1790 

Noah W. Stanley (lib.) - 256 

Stuart's plurality ,,-„_* - - 225 

No. 2— Hiram S. Belcher (dem.) - - 1632 

Parkes Loomis (whig) - 1591 
William Norton (lib.) - 10 

Belcher's plurality - - - 41 

» tf . 3— Harmanus M. Welch (dem.) - 1867 
Sherman Osborn (whig) 1685 
Austin F. "Williams (lib.) - 138 
Welch's plurality - - - - 182 

" No. 4 — Marcus Merriman jr. (whig) - 16S1 
Sidney Kabcock (dem.) - 1122 
• Charles Plumb (lib.) - 41 

Merriman's plurality - - - 559 

99 No. 5— Green Kendrick (whig) - - 1707 

John Peck (dem.) - - 1433 
Timothy Porter (lib.) - 39 

Kendrick's plurality - - - 374 

99 No. 6— Ezra Stiles (dem.) .... 1563 
Samuel C. Johnson (whig) 1455 
Eben S. Hotchkiss (lib.) 131 
Stiles's plurality ----- 108 

" No. 7— Philip Morgan (dem.) - - - 11C8 

Ebenezer Learned (whig) 999 

Andrew M. Frink (lib.) - 108 

Morgan's plurality - - - - 1C9 

". No. 8— Dudley R. W r heeler (whig) - 1388 
Oliver Hewitt (dem.) - 1192 
Dwight Bailey (lib.) - - 117 
Wheeler's plurality - - - 100 

" No. 9 — Sherwood Raymond (whig) - 952 
Pomeroy Hall (dem.) - 876 
Joseph Corey (lib.) - - 95 
Raymond's plurality - - - 76 



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VOTE FOR SENATORS. 25 

District No. 10-Samuel Edwards (dem.) 
t Eliphalet Swift (whig) - 
* Asa Curtis (lib.) - - - 
Edwards's plurality 

99 No* 11— George Ferry (dem.) 

Henry Beers (whig) - - 
Elias Burchard (lib.) 
Ferry's plurality - - 

M No. 12—Charles Marvin (whig) - 
Bartow F. White (dem. 
Jonas Mead (lib.) - - - 
Marvin's plurality *- - 

" No. 13-Samuei Webb (dem.) - - ■ 1129 

Harvey Campbell (whig) 975 

Elisha Williams (lib.) - - 141 

Webb's plurality - - - - 154 

" No. 14- William S. Scarborough (whig) 1178 

Calvin Day (dem.) - - 1160 

Jonathan Skinner (lib.);- 230 

Scarborough's plurality - - 18 

99 No. 15-Lucius Clark (whig) - - - - 1339 
Elisha S. Abernethy (dem.) 1257 

Thomas A. Miller (lib.) - 192 

Clark's plurality 82 

99 No. 16-Minot Smith (dem.) - - - - 1450 
Dan'l.B.Brinsmade (whig) 1381 

Gerardus Roberts (lib.) - 123 

Smith's plurality - - - - 69 

" No. 17-Sidney Ensign (whig) - - - 1327 

Horace Norton (dem.) - 1301 

Darius Camp (lib.) - - 65 

Ensign's plurality - - - - 26 

" No. 18-John Stewart (dem.) - - - - 1051 

Daniel Russell (whig) - 1029 

Jesse G. Baldwin (lib.) - 33 

Stewart's plurality - - - - 22 

99 No. 19-Samuel Ingham (dem.) - - - 1270 

David Evarts (whig) - - 962 

Horace Burr (lib.) - - 100 

Ingham's plurality - - * - ? 308 



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JUDICIAL AND CIVIL. 



District No. 20--Luther Eaton (dem.) - - - 961 

Zalmon A. Storrs (whig) 782 

Horace Burr (lib.) - - 59 

Eaton's plurality - - - - 180 

r No. 21-Timothy Dimock (whig) - - - 888 

Cyrus Mann (dem.) - - 851 

Martin Philip (lib.) - - 74 

Dimock's plurality. - - - - 37 



VOTE FOR GOVEttNOR-1846. 



County. Bissell.Toucey. Scat. 
Hartford 5372 5111 304 
N. Haven 4955 3933 282 
N.London 3363 3315 347 
Fairfield 4143 4106 143 



County. Bissell.Toucey. Scat 
Windham 2102 2342 4l7 
Litchfield 4059 3988 413 
Middlesex2H0 2272 141 
Tolland 1715 1836 146 



Judicial and Civil Departments, 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, AND SU- 
PREME COURT OF ERRORS. 

THOMAS S. WILLIAMS, Chief Judge. 
Samuel Church, Henry M. Waite, 

William L. Storrs, I Joel Hinman. 

Thomas Day, Reporter. 



ALLOTMENT OF THE JUDGES OF THE SUPE- 
RIOR COURT FOR THE YEAR 1846-7. 
SUMMER TERMS. 

Williams j C J. Middlesex: and Fairfield Counties. 

Church, J. Litchfield and New Haven w 

Waite, J. Hartford » 

Storrs, J. Windham " 

Hinman, J. New London and Tolland " 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 



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WINTER TERMS. ' 

Williams, C. J. Windham Comity. 

Church, J. Hartford and Tolland 

Waite, J. Litchfield and New London ' 

Storrs, J. New Haven and Middlesex " 

Hinman, J. Fairfield 



HABTFOBD COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

SAMUEL H. HUNTINGTON, Judge. 
Odiah L. Sheldon, of Suffield, \ 

Horatio N. Case, of Granby, > Commissioners. 

George O. Chambers, of Rocky Hill, > 

Lorain T. Pease, Clerk. 
Nathaniel Goodwin, Treasurer. 



JUDGES OF PROBATE. 

District of Hartford— Henry Perkins. 
Avon— Noble Towner. 
Berlin^-- Ira E. Smith. 
Bristol— -George W. Bartholomew. 
Burlington— David Bennett. 
Canton— -Luther Higley. 
East Windsor— -William Barnes. 
Enfield— George C. Owen. 
Farmington-— William A. Ives. 
Granhy— Joel C. Holcomb. 
Hartland— -Virgil Stebbins. 
Marlborough— Asa. Day. 
Simsbury— Jeffrey O. Phelps. 
Southington— -Levi Barnes 2d. 
Snffield-- -Luther Loorais. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Hartford— John M. Niles, William W. Ellsworth, 
Walter Mitchell, Thomas K. Brace, Seth Terry, Nathan 



28 HARTFORD COU3STT. 

Johnson, Thomas C. Perkins, Francis Parsons, David F. 
Robinson, Charles Shepard, Albert Day, Gideon Welles, 
Benning Mann, Royal It. Hinman, Nathaniel Goodwin, 
"William Hungerford, Thomas H. Seymour, Oliver E. 
Williams, Allied Smith, Francis Fellowes, Jabez W. 
Giddings, James G. Bolles, Charles Chapman, Richaid 
G. Drake, Alexander H. Bowers, Guidon Robins, Si- 
meon L. Loomis y Barzillai Hudson, Henry Kilbourn, 
Henry Francis, Jesse Savage, Leonard Kimberly, Edwin 
Benjamin, Jeremiah Brown, Amos M. Collins, Phillip 
Ripley, Harvey Seymour, James R. Woodbridge, Sam- 
uel Talcott, George Giddings,, William R. Cone, David 
White, Solomon S. Flagg, Joseph E. Cone, Zepheniah 
Alden, Samuel H. Huntington, Richard Sheldon, Daniel 
R. Crosby, John Russell, Charles II. Northam, Samuel 
H. Parsons, James Dixon, James Pratt, Normand Ly- 
man, James II. Holcomb, William Conner, Olcott Allen, 
Erastus Smith, Charles H. Tuthill, William N. Matson, 
Chaunccy Howard, Henry Fowler, Edward Goodman, 
James M. Goodwin, Henry Perkins, Virgil Cornish. 
James C. Walkley, Freeman Seymour, Walter Harris, 
Thomas M. Day, William D. Ely, Seymour N. Case 
William Bigelow, Horatio T. Wells, Richard D. Hub- 
bard, John W. Seymour, Thomas Brace, Dwight W. 
Pardee, Christopher C. Lyman, Elihu Spencer, Lucius 
F. Robinpon, Henry H. Brownell, Elihu Olmsted, Hez- 
ekiah G. Webster, Elihu Barber, George D. Gates, Jesse 
Olmsted, Mason Seymour, Moses Smith, Amos Braman, 
Benjamin Colton, Daniel B. Crosby. 

Avon—D.M. Alford, Seth P. Norton, Luther Wood- 
ibrd, Noble Towner, Samuel O. Alford, Timothy Colvin, 
Chester R. Woodford. Corrill Higlev, Marcus Dav, Nor- 
man Mills, Daniel R. Wdodruff, O. B. Woodford"', Wat- 
son Wilcox. 

Berlin — Ira E. Smith, Theron Hart, Shubael Risley, 
Cyprian Goodrich, Samuel Hart 2d, Edward Wilcox, 
Ira M. Baldwin, Freedom Hart, William Kellogg, Jairus 
Winchell, Elijah Hart, William Bulkley, Henry W. 
Flagg, William Bassett, Samuel C. Wilcox, Henry W. 
Whiting, Horatio A. Pratt, Lorenzo P. Lee, Marcellus 
Clark, Jonah A. Todd, Alfred Andrews. Henry Norton, 
Oliver Talcott, Orrin Risley, Henry L. Parsons, Henry 
Booth. 

Bloomftdd — Ambrose Adams, Rockwell Hoskins, Hi- 
ram Thrnll, Joab H. Hubbard, George W. Gorton, Eli 
Brown, Elihu II. Case, George Newbury, Phelps Ear- 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 29 

nard, Grandison Barber, Woodbridge Cadvvell, John 
Fish, Benjamin Graham, Henry B. Moore, Cicero Gris- 
wold, John K. Gillette, Jonathan A. Eno. 

Bristol — Jared W. Pardee, George W. Bartholmew, 
Benjamin F. Hawley, Levi Smith, Lloyd Atkins, Sidney 
P. Burwell, Channcey Goodrich, Tracy Peck, ZelotesC. 
Grant, Charles G. Ives, Orsamus Allen, Williams Dar- 
row. 

Burlington — "William Marks, Darius F. Butler, David 
Bennett, Jerry Burwell, Billy ^Gaylord, Avery Hitch- 
cock, Ezekiel D. Bryant, Carlos Hotchkiss. 

Canton — Isaac Mills, Luther Higley, Theodore Petti- 
bone, Dvvight Humphrey, Ruggles Case, William *H- 
Hallock, N. L. Polk, Morgan Case,- Noadiah Case, Ros- 
well Burns, A. N. Humphrey, Pomeroy Higley, Volney 
G. Barbour, Franklin Case, C. H. Thayer, Warren C. 
Humphrey, Lancel Foot, Joseph Daly, Jr. 

East Hartford — Giles Olmsted, Daniel Pitkin, Jr., 
Roderick F. Fowler, Moses Elmore Jr., George Brewer, 
Thomas Willis, Luman Hurlburt, Samuel Tripp, Ed- 
ward S. Goodwin, Charles W. f Brownell, Thomas Burn- 
ham, Samuel Kennedy Jr., Charles Winslow, Charles 
Pitkin, Joel Hills, Ralph Risley. 

East Windsor — William Barnes, Josiah Ellsworth, 
John W. Stoughton, Homer D. Allen, Henry S. Kings- 
ley, Benjamin Hamilton, Wm.H. Thompson, Carlos Chap- 
man, James Pasco Jr., Samuel Watson. 

En/ield — Jabez Collins, George C. Owen, Normand 
Allen, Samuel T. Steele, Robert M. Abbe, Jonathan 
Pease, Jabez T. Taylor, Aholiab Johnson, William E. 
Dixon. 

Farmington — Wm. A. Ives, Henry Lewis, Samuel S. 
Miller, Frederick W. Crumb, Daniel B. Johnson, Tlios. 
Youngs, Ira Hadsell, Giles Stillman, Thomas Cowles, 
Adna Whiting, Egbert Cowles, Roderick Stowley, Sam- 
uel E. Taylor, John Hooker. 

Glastenhury—llewxy Dayton, George Merrick, Thad- 
deus Welles, George Covin, Frary Hale, Asahel Hollis- 
ter, Geo. Plummer, Leonard E. Hale, John A. Hale, 
Channcey Goodale, Edward Hale, David Filley, David 
II. Couch, Henry T. Wells, James Killam, Ralph Crane. 
Granbif — Sereno Holcomb, Edmund Thompson, Ed- 
mund Holcomb, Anson Bates, Samuel Benjamin, Chas. 
T. Hillyer, Samuel Weed, Oliver Owen, Almon Gillett. 
Hiram F. Chapin, Ardon B. Holcomb, Harvey Alder- 



30 HARTFORD COUNTY. 

man, Horace Kendall, Milo A, Holcomb, Horatio N. 
Case, Willis Phelps, Milo M. Owen, Oswold C. Hol- 
comb, Byron Goddard, Lewis Holcomb. 

Hartland— Virgil Stebbins, Benjamin Giddings, Hen- 
ry Robinson, JohnWard, Joseph Carrier, Nymphas M. 
Wright, Ira Beach, Edwin Browning, George D. Cornish, 
Dwight L. Williams. 

Marlborough — Ezra Hall, Aaron Phelps, Asa Day, 
James White, John S. Jones, Adonijah S. Brainard, Asa 
Dunham, David Phelps 2d, Horner Skinner, Augustus 
Blish. 

Manchester — Eleazar W. Hollister, Arnold Keeney, 
Francis W. Cowles, Henry Marble, Ashbel W. Case, 
Henry C. Woodbridge, Israel K. Perry, John Mather, 
Ralph Houghton, Whiting Risley, Melancthon Hudson, 
Hiram N. Moulton, Walter Bunce, Ralph R. Phelps. 

Rocky Hill — George O. Chambers, Henry Bulkley, 
Ebenezer Goodale, Nehemiah Stevens, Henry Whitmore, 
Frederick Griswold. 

Simsbury — Elisha Phelps, JefFerey O. Phelps, Moses 
Ensign, George Coruish, Daniel B. Thurston, James W. 
Adams, Henry A. Alcott, Albert Rice, Shubaei S. Hos- 
kins, Henry Ely, Drayton Humphrey, John O, Pettibone, 
William L. Hummason, Horace Belden, Benoni B. 
Bacon, Lewis M. Terrel, Whiting Shepard, William 
Vining, Joseph S. Bartlett, Elizur Eno, Dudley Humph- 
rey, Aurora Case, Elizur H. Eno. 

Southington — Jesse Olney, James Tyler, Henry A. 
Miller, Levi Barnes 2d, Lester Smith, Cromwell New- 
ell, Romeo Lowrey, Mansfield Merriman, Isaac Shep- 
ard, Julius S. Barnes, Anson Matthews, Seth Pratt. 

Snffield — Luther Loomis, Horace Sheldon, David 
Hale, DanielW. Norton, Gad Sheldon, Gamaliel Fowler, 
Chauncey Rose, Parkcs Loomis, Edwin P. Stevens, 
Archibald Kinney, John B. King, Odial L. Sheldon, Hen- 
ry Wright, Anson Birge, Artemas King. 

South Windsor — Samuel Mills, Ebenezer Pinnev, 
Horace Grant, Joshua Risley, John Morton, Horace D. 
Fuller, John C. Robertson, Benoni O. King. 

Wh ether s/i eld — Alfred Francis, Wells Adams, Leonard 
R. Wells, Wm. Boardman, Elijah Keach, Robert Rob- 
bins, Samuel Galpin, Harvey Francis, Robert Francis Jr. 
Wm. Kirkham, Jeremiah Seymour. 

Windsor — Richard Niles, Henry Sill, Giles Ellsworth, 
Henry Halsey, Sidney Bower, Job Allyn, Walter Thrall, 



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EH Phelps, James Loomis 2d, Talcott Mather, Zophar 
Case, Horace Thrall, Cicero Phelps, Erastus J. Bassett, 
Charles H. Dexter. 



PRACTICING ATTORNEYS. 

Richard D. Hubbard, State Attorney. 

Hartford — Walter Michel! , Joseph Trumbull, Seth 
Terry, Nathan Johnson J. M. Nfl.es, William Hunger- 
ford, William W. Ellsworth, Isaac Toucey, Charles 
Shepard, O. E. Williams, Samuel H. Huntington, T. C. 
Perkins, Francis Parsons, Charles Chapman, Samuel 
H. Parsons, Erastus Smith, William R. Cone, James H. 
Holcomb, Edward Goodman, Benning Mann, Eliphalet 
A. Bulkley, Richard G. Drake, James Dixon, Hemy Per- 
kins, Francis Fellowes, William N. Matson, Thomas H. 
Seymour, Chauncey Howard, Charles Tuthill, John W. 
Seymour., James C. Walkley, Seymour N. Case, Rich- 
ard D. Hubbard, William D. Ely, H. T. Wells, Dwight 
W. Pardee, Charles De W. Brownell, H. S.. BrowneU, 
Horace Cornwall, Lucius F. Robinson. 

Berlin — Ira E. Smith, Henry Nash,(NewBritain,) Hu- 
bart F. North. 

Bristol — Silas Gridley. 

East Windsor — William Barnes. 

Enfield — Aholiab Johnson. 

Farmington — John Hooker. 

Glastenbwry—GeoYgQ Merrick. 

Granby — Silas Higley, Samuel H. Woodruff, Anson 
Bates, Edmund Holcomb. 

Manchester — Ralph R. Phelps, George W. Griswold. 

JSimsbury — Elisha Phelps, Hector F. Phelps. 

Southington — Romeo Lowrey. 

Siiffield — S.eth Parsons. 

Sheriff— Chester Adams, Hartford. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Hartford, Nathan M. Waterman; 
Windsor, Anson Loomis ; Farmington, Henry Cowles ; 
Canton, Ezekiel Hosford; Gi-anby, Erastus Holcomb: 
Enfield, Albert Clark ; Nuffield, Eliphalet S. Morton ; 
Simsbury, Ebenezer B. Phelps ; Manchester, Eli Pitkin. 

Deputy Jailor— Nathaniel H. Morgan, Hartford, 



32 NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

JOHN C. PALMER, of Middlesex County, Acting 
Judge. 

James S, Brooks, v 

Loyal F. Todd, \ Commissioners. 

Samuel Wise, > 

Robert H. Osborn, Clerk. 

Charles R. Ingersoll, Assistant Clerk. 

Joseph Darling, Treasurer. 



JUDGES OF PROBATE. 

District of New Haven— Ezra Stiles. 
" Cheshire- --Benajah Ives. 

Guilford— -George Landon. 
" Oxford—- Nathan J. Wilcoxso». 

Madison— "S, W. Hopson. 

Meriden— John Parker. 
" MUford— WiHiam Strong. 

WallingJ'ord— Joseph R. Merriam. 

Waterbury.— Willard Spencer. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

New Haven — Roger S. Baldwin, Noyes Darling, 
Dennis Kimberly, Elias Gilbert, Henry C. Flagg, 
Philip Curtis, Henry White, James Punderford, 
Wm. B. Bristol, William W. Holly, Tho's. Bennett, 
Andrew L. Kidston, Nathaniel Booth, Nathaniel R. 
Clarke, William J. Flagg, John S. Graves, John S. 
Rice, Minot A. Osborn, Philander B. Hine, John S. 
Beach, Joseph N. Clark, Charles A. Ingersol, Wil- 
liam H. Ellis, James Barnes, William W. Boardman, 
Legrand Cannon, Joseph Wood, Isaac H. Town- 
send, Alfred Blackman, Charles Robinson, Charles 
T. Shelton, Jonathan Stoddard, Albert S. Davis 
Eleazer K. Foster, Roswell J. Brown, Alfred S. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTS. 33 

Monson, Lucius G. Peck, Coliu M. Ingersoll, Fred- 
erick Croswell, James M. Yeader, John ('. Hollister, 
Newel Johnson, Lorenzo Johnson, Lester M. Newton, 
Daniel Brown, Wilson H. Clarke, Sidney Babcock, 
Henry G. Lewis, Abel B. Jacocks, Silas Mix, Anson 
T. Colt, Ambrose Clarke, Med ad Atwater, Russel 
Chapman, Ira Merwin, Jona. H. Crampton, William 
Buddington, Isaac N. Prior, Lucius Gilbert, Masena 
Clarke, John Gilbert, Prentis R. Law, Matthias R. 
Tufts, Alfred Bassett, William Hartley, James Galla- 
gher, Robert H. Osborn, Horace Andrews, Charles 
R. Ingersoll, Chandler Sanderson, Augustus C. W 7 il- 
cox, William Stoddard, Alfred Terry, Richard Fitz- 
gerald, George Lindley, Sidney S. Morse, Elijah 
Gilbert jr., Elmon Blakeslee, Charles L. English, 
Samuel W. Wadsworth, W illiam Hargill, Justin Red- 
field, George Kimberly, George D. English, Charles 
Ives, Elihu Myers, Horatio L. Scranton, Charles 
Brown, Francis Donnerly, Leverett Griswold, Asa 
Budington, Abram A. Thomson, James G. Hotchkiss, 
Sherman W. Scovill. 

Bethany— Archibald A. Perkins, Jason W. Bradley, 
Alvan Sperry, Miles French, Kneeland Downs. 

Bradford — Orren D. Squire, W'illoughby L. Lay, 
Asa Norton, Samuel Cook, Samuel E. Linsley, Ro- 
dolphus Palmer, James Blackstone, Orren Hoadley, 
Levi S. Parsons, Marcus C. Scarritt, Abraham Rog- 
ers jr. 

Cheshire — Benajah Ives, Charles Shelton, Thomas 
H. Brooks, Charles E. Munn, John Barnes, Silas 
Hitchcock, Elihu Yale. 

Derby— Ira L. Ufford, Robert Gates jr., Moses 
White, John B. Davis, Henry Whitney, Ezekiel Gil- 
bert, Lewis M. Hoadley Henry Wheeler, Charles 
Lindsley, Mark Bristol, Sheldon 'Bassett, Thomas S. 
Shelton, Daniel L. Holbrook, Andrew W. DeForest, 
est, Hiram k Upson, Samuel Bassett 3d, John W. 
D wight. 

East Haven — Lyman Miller, Nicholas C. Goodale, 
WilUs Hemingway, Samuel T. Andrews, Henry 
Loomis, John Bishop, Ruel Andrews. 

Guilford— George Landon, George Hart, Samuel 
C. Spencer, Richard Fowler, William Kelsev Ed- 
H 



34 NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

ward R. Landon, Samuel Scranton, John Bartl.ett, 2d, 
Samuel E. Stone, Franklin C. Phelps, Henry El- 
liott, Alva B. Goldsmith, Samuel A. Barker, Vic- 
tor Fowler, Ralph D. Smith, Samuel Robinson, 
John Burgis, Samuel W. Dudlev, Rufus N. Lete, 
William C. Dudley, Eber S. Hotchkiss. 

Hamden — Jared Bassett, Loyal F. Todd, James M. 
Ford, Rufus Dorman, Horace Lord, Leverett Hitch- 
cock, Leverett Tuttie, Elihu Dickerman, Henry 
Munson, Gibbs Gilbert. 

Madison — Nathan W. Hopson, Jonathan S. Wil- 
cox, James H. Dowd, Jonathan Dudley, Walter 
P. Munger, Horatio Hard, Jared Willard, Heman 
Tyler, Jonathan T. Lee, William S. Hull, George 
Dowd, Samuel W. Stevens, Alvin Thompson, Mar- 
tin L. Dowd, Augustus Peck, Simeon Scranton. 

Meriden — James S. Brooks, Noah Pomeroy, Dex- 
ter R. Wright, Charles Parker, Benajah Andrews, 
Nathan F.' Goodrich, Calvin Coe, Walter Webb, Wal- 
ter Booth, Levi Yale, Moses Baldwin, Joel H. Guy, 
Benjamin Twiss. 

Middlebunj— Thomas B. Wooster, Henry S. Wheeler, 
Eben Smith, Leonard Bronson. 

Milford— William Strong, Curtis Oviat, Enoch B. 
Peck, Elias Clarke, Mark Wilcox, Dennis Beach, 
Nathan Botsford, Alfred Mallet, Isaac Clarke, Wil- 
liam Gienny, Jason Clarke, Nathan C. Tomlinson, 
Samuel B. Gunn, Josiah P. Isbel, Abijah Carring- 
.ton, Aaron Clark. 

Naugatuck — Enos Osborn, John D. Meers, Ephraim 
Camp, Gideon, (). Hotchkiss, Henry Hine, Josiah 
Culver, William H. Tomlinson, Bennet Hine, Charles 
Nettleton. 

North Branford — Jesse Linsley, Benjamin Page, jr., 
Eaton Stent, William Eaverts, Joel Auger, Charles 
Foote, Harmon H. Williams, Major Rose, William 
A. Baldwin, Thelus Todd, Horace Harrison, Julius 
Maltby. 

North Haven — Ezra Stiles, Eleazer Warner, Hub- 
bard Barnes, Byard Barnes, Chauncey B. Foote, 
Everlin Blakeslee", Ezra S. Munson, Elizur C. Tuttie. 

Oran ge — Luman A. Brown, Lockwood Smith, Amos 
Ailing Enoch Somers, Levi Ailing, Dennis B. Stone, 
Jesse S. Pardee, Benjamin T. Clark, Nehemiah 
Kimberlv. 



New haven county. 35 

Oxford — Samuel Wire, Alfred Harder, Nathan J. 
Wilcoxson, Ben net Lum, Roswell Cable, Aurelius 
Buckingham, Hiram O shorn, Samuel Meigs, Henry 
Lum, Calvin Leavenworth, Abiram Ward, Nathan- 
iel Walker. 

Prospect — Thomas Wilmot, Ransom R. Russell, 
Aaron Austin, Lawren Preston, Isaac Bradley. 

Southbury — Edward Hinman, Elisha Wheeler, John 
Pierce, Henry Downs, Ezrastus Mitchel, Charles 
Hicox, Anthony B. Burritt, Erastus Pierce, George 
Smith, Samuel J. Stoddard. 

Wallingford — Augustus Hall, 2d, Ira Tuttle, Ebene- 
zer H. Ives, William M. Hall, John D. Reynolds, 
Lyman Hall, Malachi Cooke, Street Jones, Josephus 
R. Merriam, Randal Cook, Timothy D. Northrop, 
Sherlock Avery, Edgar Atwater. 

Waterbury— Charles E^Moss, Willard Spencer, 
Luther Hall, Francis H. Pratt, Elijah F. TMartell, 
Wooster Warner, Humphrey Nichols, Norton J. Buell, 
John W. Webster, David B. Hurd, Jesse Upson, 
Abram Ives, Leonard Pritchard, Mark Warner, 
Samuel D. Chipman, Wheeler Perry. 

Woodbridge — Bevil P.Smith, Lyman Manvel, Lev- 
erett Carrington, William M. French, James J. 
Baldwin, Henry Hickox, Thomas Sanford, Lyman 
Fairchild. 

Wolcott — Gates Upson, Orrin Plumb, Carolus R. 
Byington, Willard Plumb, Elihu Moulthrop, jr., Jo- 
seph N. Sperry. _ , . „ 

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PRACTICING ATTORNEYS. 

Dennis Kimberly, State Attorney. 

New Haven — Roger S. Baldwin, Dennis Kimberly, 
Henry C. Flagg, Charles A. Ingersoll, Isaac H. 
Townsend, Henry White, Silas Mix, William B. Bris- 
tol, Jonathan Stoddard, Charles Robinson, Richard 
Fitzgerald, Robert H. Osborn, Thomas Bennet, 
Charles T. Shelton, E. K. Foster, Amasa G. Porter, 
William J. Flagg, John S. Rice, J. C. Hollister, L. 



36 NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

G. Peck, Alfred Blackman, John S. Beach, Charles 
R. Ingersoll, Horace Andrews, William Stoddard, 
Wilson H. Clark, Lorenzo Johnson, George Linsley, 
Abel B. Jacocks, James M. Woodward, Charles Ives, 
Oliver A. G. Todd. 

Cheshire— Titton E. Dootittle. 

Derby — Charles Lindley, (Birmingham,) William B. 
Woostcr. 

Guilford— 11. D. Smith, William Kelsey, P. R. 
Landon. 

Meriden — Benajah Andrew. 

Southbury — Edward Hinman. 

Waterbury — Norton J. Buel, John W. Webster, C . 
Morse. 

Rcmgatuck — Charles Nettleton. 

North Haven^Homer D. Ives. 

Wallingford— Josephus JMerriam. 

Sheriff— Leander Parmelee, New Haven. 

Deputy Sheriffs David H. Carr, New Haven ; 
Lucius P. Bryan, Waterbury ; David T. Stoddard, 
Derby; Reuben H. Way, Meriden; Mark Woos- 
ter, Oxford ; Lawrence S. Spencer, Naugatuck. 

Deputy Jailer— Andrew Bryan, New Haven. 



NJEW LONDON COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 
BELTON A. COPP, Judge. 

Latham Hull, of Stonington, \ 

Albert Latham, of Groton, (Commissioners. 

Julius Clark, of Lebanon, ; 

John De Witt, Clerk. 
Jacob W. Kinney, Treasurer. 



NEW LONDON COUNTY. 37 

JUDGES OF PROBATE. 

District of New London, Philip Morgan. 

" Norwich, William P. Eaton. 

" Bozrah, John W. Haughton. 

M Colchester, Daniel Bulkley, 

" East Lyme, Jirah Kellogg, 

" Groton, Amos Clift. 

" Lebabon, George Kingsley. 

" Ledyard, Christopher Newton. 

" Lyme, Lodowick Bill. 

•* North Stonington, Thomas P. Wattles. 

" Salem — John C Daniels. 

" St oningt on --JLphr aim Williams. 

JUSTICES OF THE PFACE. 

New London—Daniel B. Hempsted, George Potter, 
Daniel Rogers, James B. Lyman, Peter D. Irish, 
John Bishop, Joseph A. Smith, Charles Tread way, An- 
drew C Lippitt, William, C. Crump, John P. C. 
Mather, Christopher C. Comstock, Leonard Dart, 
Robert R. Waller, Nathan Beckwith, Hiram Willey, 
Joseph B. Congdon, Benjamin Gardiner, jr., John A. 
Latimer, Wiiliam P. Colfax, Ephraim Cheeseborugh, 
Elisha Daboll, James Cone, Charles Richards. 

Norwich — Joseph Williams, James Stedman, Henry 
Strong, Lewis Hyde, John De Witt, John H. Town- 
send, Jesse Fuller, Enoch C. Chapman, John A. 
Rockwell, LaFayette S. Foster, George Perkins, 
John T. Adams, George Hill, Chauncey Burgess, 
Abial B. Sherman, Rufus L. Fanning, William 
Phillips, William Clegg, John T. Wait, James A. 
Hovey, Gilbert B. Prindle, Henry B. Tracy, Samuel 
Kogers, William L. Brewer, Martin Keenev, Rufus 
W. Matthewson, Oliver P. Wattles, Gordon Chap- 
man, Walter Clapp, Oliver S. Tyler, John B. Clark, 
Othniel Gager, Win. M. Converse, Joseph B Tin- 
man, Edmund Perkins, Daniel M. Prentice, William 
Trench, Stephen Trac^v, Luke W. Rogers, Henry A. 
Bingham, Hiram Crosby, Lyman Cliase, Dudley B. 
Chapman, John L. Devotion, Palmer Newton, P>as- 
tus Huntington, Nathan Champlin, John W. Stedman. 
Bozrah — David A. Fox, John W. Haughton, Roder- 
ick Gardner, Patrick II. L. Cheseborough, Dyer 



38 NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

Harris, Ardrew leffingwell, Joseph B. Ford, Joseph 
Bailey jr., Avery Bill, IS eyes Sisson. 

Colchester — George Way, Enoch B.Bulkley, Henry J. 
Strong, Appleton R. Park, Pomeroy Hall, JustusW. 
Williams, John S. Ransom, Russell Way, Ralph C. Foote, 
James H. Lamb, George Smith, James Pease, Abijah 
S. Ford, Henry Gillett, Christopher C. Crouch, Charles 
F. Tay, Robert H. Champlin, Robert C. Northam, Caleb 
Loomis, Talcott L. Buel!, Francis Gillett, A sahel Skin- 
ner, Revilo C. Usher, Joseph Staples, Judah L. Tracy, 
Justin Day, Jonathan Bigelow, Moses Culver. 

East Lyme — John L. Smith, Jared Turner, Elisha 
Beckwith, Edward Moore, Austin F. Perkins, Daniel 
Watrous, Richard W. Lee, Jeremiah B. Manwairing, 
Zadoc D. Beckwith, Elisha H. Smith, George F. Lang- 
worthy, Thomas T. Taber. 

Franklin — Joshua Tracy, Dwight Bailey, Fredus 
Ladd, JohnHazen, Asa B. Tracy, Stephen T. McCall, 
Edward A. Allen, George Fitch, Laurens Brewster, 
Thomas G. Kingsley, Buel Ladd. 

Grotcn- -Nathan Daboll, Elisha Morgan, Sanford Starr, 
Zebediah Gates, Belton A. Copp, Caleb M. Williams, 
feilas Beebe, Giles Haley, Albert L. Avery, John Hud- 
son, James C. Lamb, Alonzo Williams. 

Griswold— Alexander Stewart, Nathan Stanton, Es- 
quire C. Cook, John Boardman, Charles E. Leonard, 
Hezekiah Prentice, Smith Barber, George D. Palmer, 
Bewah H.Browning,Welcome A. Browning jr., Jason La- 
throp, Arnold Bowen, Steph. Barrows, Hez. Boardman. 

Lebanon--'! homas Babcock, Peleg Thomas, Henry H. 
Abel, George Kingsley, Learned Hebard, Amos Fow- 
ler, Oramel Kingsley, John Wattles, Charles D. Strong, 
W T illiam Fuller, William P. Comstock, John H. Throop. 

Ledyard— Daniel Lamb, John Brewster, Guy C. 
Stoddard, Christopher IS ewton, Russell Gallup, Henry 
Hallett, Luke Gallup, Henry W. Avery, Guidon Bill, 
Elisha A. Satterlee, Seabury Thomas, Edmund Spicer, 
John S. Lester, Henry Stoddard. 

Lisbon— Thomas A. Clark, Christopher Colegrove, Da- 
vid Bushnell, Hiram Tarbox, Levi C. Corning, Sanford 
Brumbley, Elisha Branch, Samuel Peckham, Josephs. 
Cutler, Thomas M. Jewett, Levi P. Rowland, Daniel B. 
Lovett, Ezekiel Brumley, Asher P. Brown, Cyrus Par- 
tridge, Chauncey K. Bushnell, Elijah Rathbone jr., 
Alaason Fuller. 



flEW LONDON COUNTY. 3D 

North Stonington—L&thzm Hull, John D. Gallup, Ol- 
iver Hewitt, Thomas P. Wattles, Russell Bentley, Na- 
thaniel M. Crary, Matthew Brown, Denison Miner, Ja- 
bez Gallup, Henry Prentice Charles S. Brown, Leland 
D. Miner, Samuel Merritt jr., Charles H. Babcock, John 
Sheffield, Asher Prentice jr., Charles G. Hewitt, Charles 
P. White, W.Vincent jr. Robert Wheeler, Benjamin B. 
Hewitt, Francis S. Peabody, Hezekiah Haskell, Eph- 
raim G. Maine, Samuel Stanton jr., Oliver S. Ecpleston, 
Christopher Hull, Erastus R. Averv, John O.Wheeler, 
Pitts D. Frink. 

Preston— Henry Haskell, Avery Browning, William 
Pendleton, Isaac Williams, Joseph Harvey, William 
P. AVitter, John P.Gates, Edwin Palmer," Amos A. 
Gore, John H. Harris, Elijah B. Dewey, Joseph Davis. 

Salem-- John O. Daniels, Mark Dodge, Matthias W, 
Baker, Christopher A. Minard, Alfred Gallup, George 
W.Fox, Seth E. Lathrop, David G. Patten, Henry 
Bailey, Henry Williams, Jonathan Harris* Wm. Tew. 

X?/me--Charles J- McCurdy, Lodowick Bill, Joshua 
R. Warren, William Marvin, Richard E. Seldenjr., 
ZebulonBrockway, Marshfield S. Parker, Reuben Lord, 
Christopher Stark, Matthew Bacon, Oliver J. Lay,Tho- 
mas W. Swan, Samuel J. Beckwith, Daniel Anderson, 
Richard L. Lord, Richard S. Griswold, Erastus W. 
Caulkins, Ezra Brockwayjr., Nathaniel M. Brown, Ely 
P. Wells, John Wood, Frederick A. Tiffany, Edward C. 
G. Brockway, Peter Pierson, Asahel Rowland, Thomas 
Chadwick, Stephen L. Peck, Charles E. Smith, Thom- 
as Pilgrim, Joseph S. Brockway, Samuel C. Ely. 

Montville — Joseph L. Chapman-, Amos Etheridge, 
Jedediah R. Gay, Nathan Sanders, Peter Wickwire, 
Griswold Holmes, Robert Bishop, Prentice Williams, 
Charles Whaley, Joshua E. Woodworth jr., Judson Per- 
ry, Marvin Leffingwell, Charles Hill, Benjamin F. 
Bradford, Joseph Bromley, John Fellows, Peter Strick- 
land, Alvin G. Smith. 

Stonington-* Elias Brown, George Hubbard, Benja- 
min Pomeroy, Randall Frink, John Davis, Isaac Cham- 
plin, Charles Sabin, Henry Harding, Charles Bennett, 
Oliver Burdick, Thomas Hinckley, Nathan S. Noyes, 
Samuel Wheeler, Ephraim Williams, William W. Rod- 
man, Asa Fish, Charles Davis, Horace Lewis, Ezra 
Cheeseborough, James Pitman, Alden Palmer, Elias 
Babcock, Isaac W. Miner, Calvin G. Williams, Cor- 



40 NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

nell B. Capro^William^oodbridge, Charles Barrows, 
John Randall, Benjamin F. Palmer, Pitts D. Frink. 

Waterford-- Philip Morgan, Joseph Avery, Giles P. 
Chapman, William Gorton, Nathaniel Chapman, Ren- 
ben P. Smith, Elisha J. Hewitt, Thomas Manwarring, 
Henry Gardiner, Washington A. Bailey, Richard R. 
Morgan, Christopher G. Douglass, Isaac M. Dart, Da- 
vid Rogers *2d, Thomas L. Fox, Thomas Chester, James 
Beckwith, Jonathan Rogers, Isaac Birch. 



PRACTICING ATTORNEYS. 

John T. Wait, State Attorney. 

New London— Jacob B. Gnrley, Ebenezer Learned, 
Nathan Belcher, William C. Crump, Andrew C. Lip- 
pitt, John P. C. Mather, Louis Bristol, Hiram Willey, 
Frederick M. Walker. 

Norwich-- Joseph Williams, James Stedman, George 
Hill, Roswell Morgan, Henry Strong, Samuel C. Mor- 
gan, John A. Rockwell, La Fayette S. Foster, George 
Perkins, John T. Wait, Ebenezer Learned, jr., James 
A. Hovey, David Young, Edmund Perkins, John T. 
Adams, Oliver P. Wattles, Philo M. Judson, Win. L. 
Brewer, F. M. Lathrop. 

Colchester— Samuel A. Peters, Appleton R. Park. 

Griswold—J. V. Pettis. 

Lyme— Charles J. McCurdy. 

Preston- -Jeremiah Halsey. 

Salem- ^hewi H. G odd aid. 

Sto?iington--BenJMmi\ Pomeroy, George Hubbard, 
William Dickinson, (Head of Mystic) Elias Brown, 
Charles Sabin. 



*S7ier^--George Bliss, Norwich. 

Deputy Sheiifs- -Edward Y. Thomas, Norwich ; 
Joseph S. Fitch, New London; Lynde L. Hunting- 
ton, Lebanon; John T. Bulkley, Colchester ; Russel 
Rix, Giiswold ; Alfred Loomis, Salem ; A. P. Ely, 
Lyme ; John Brewster, Ledyard ; James C. Albro, 
Stonington, Jehiel Johnson, Bozrah. 

Deputy Jailers— Joshua Hamilton, New London ; 
Francis B. Lee, Norwich. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 4i 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

€YRUS H. BEARDSLEY, Judge.. 

Daniel Patchen, \ 

Ezra Morgan, [ Commissioners. 

Barton F. White, * 

Bryant Smith, of Brookfield, Clerk. 

Francis D. Perry, of Fairfield, Treasurer* 

JUDGES OF PROBATE. 

District of Fairfield- -William Sherwood, 

Dan b ury— Alfred A. Burn ham, 

Bridgepori-'RosweM S. Nichols. 

Newtown— Isaac B. Sturges. 

Norwalk— George C. Davenport. 

Redding-— John R. San ford. * 
" Ridgefield--Jacob S. Haviland. 

" Sherman—Daniel Northrop. 

»Sftawi/brd— Ephrain Golden. 

Stratford— John Golding, 

Weston— Closes Burr. 

Westport-Ellphalet Swift 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Fairfield — Thomas Robinson, Oliver H. Perry, John 
S. Wilson, Morris Wilson, Abbe D. Wood, Henry 
Sturges, William Sherwood, John Y. Provost, George 
Burr, Roswell Brothwell, Thomas B. Osborn, Daniel 
Wilson, William S. Smith, S. P.V. R. Ten Brock, Au- 
gustus* Jennings, Charles Nichols, David B. Sturges, 
Eber 'Burr, Abraham Banks, Zalmon Bradley, Will- 
iam Nichols, Rufus Blakeman. 

Danbury— Silas H. Hichcock, Ruben Booth, Oliver 
Shepard, Thomas T. Whittlesey, Edward Taylor, Al- 
fred A. Burnham, Daniel Blackinan, Nelson L. White, 
Ira R. Wildman, Ezra Hoyt, David Keys jr., James 
Stevens, Samuel W. Jennings, Nathan B. Dibble, Ira 
Lhidley, James Beebee, Aaron Turner, Hiram W'ilks, 



42 FAIRFIELD COUNTY, 

Isaac Sorine, James P. Saunders, Stephen A. Hurlbnt, 
John Rider, Pierre A. Sutton, Timothy Hollistei% 
Matthew K. Gilbert, William Hinman, Hiram Judd, 
Daniel Odell, Joseph Ambler, Matthew L. Barber, 
David B. Stephens, William S. Peck, William F. 
Taylor. 

Bridgeport — Willys Stillman, Matthews Curtis, Mark 
Moore, William H. Noble, Josiah Hubbell, Isaac Kel- 
sey, Benajah Mallory, Roswell S. Nichols, Samuel Si- 
mons, Samuel Stratton, William B. Dyer, Abijah 
Beardslee, Philo Andrews, Smith Tweedy, Aaron 
Summers, Henry Olmstead, Joseph Brooks, Isaac 
Sherman, Henry Dutton, James C. Loomis, Dwight 
Morris, Henry T. Hug-gins, Joseph Seely, Sherman S. 
Hartwell. 

Brookfield— Bryant Smith, Zar Starr jr., Curtis Mor- 
ris, William A. Randall, Ebenezer Blackman, Philo 
C. Merwin, David Burr. 

Darien — Abram Clock, Holly Bell, Edward Scofield v 
Joseph Mather, Ira Scofield, James H, Gorham, Gil- 
bert G. Waterbury. 

Greemcich— Samuel Close, Conklin Husted, Barton 
F. White, Frederick Lockwood, Zalmon Miner, James 
W 7 ilson, Gideon Close, Ezra Keeler, Abraham Hub- 
bard, Daniel M. Griffin, Darius Mead, Thomas A. 
Mead, Cornelius Ford, Sam'l G. Cornell, Eph. Golden. 

Huntington — Christopher N. Shelton, William A. 
Judson, Lucius Gilbert, William L. Bennet, Eben 
Waklee, W. M. Hubbell, Lewis Downs, Truman 
Blackman, Roswell Hurd, Samuel Powell, George L. 
Nichols, David Beecher. 

Mon roe— A gur Lewis, Cyrus H. Beardslee, Henry 
Lewis, Asa Hays, Charles B. Clark, Charles Curtis, 
Levi Edwards, George P. Curtis, Sturges Bulkley, 
James U. Hawley. 

Neio Canaan — Samuel Raymond, John Lambert, Al- 
fred Raymond, William Watson, Darius St. John, 
William St. John, Stephen Seward, Caleb S. Benedict, 
John B. Lambert, Watts Comstoek. 

Neiv Fairfield — Alva S. Pearce, Walter B. Fanton, 
Benjamin Beers, George W. Wilson, Levi Penrield, 
Barzillai Kellogg, Luther Mead, Reuben Hodge, Ja- 
cob Leach, Daniel Ball. 

Newtown- -Jacob Beers, Samuel B. Peck, Ezra 
Morgan, Isaac M. Sturges, Charles C. Warner, 'Thorn- 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 43 

as O.* Chambers, Isaac Blackman, Thomas Blackman, 
Charles B. Booth, Isaac Beers, Charles Peck, Amos S. 
Treat, David H. Belden, Glover Hawley, Moses Par- 
sons. 

Norwalk— Benjamin Isaacs, Clark Bissell, Thomas 

B. Butler, Sidney B. Beardslee, John A. Weed, Ste- 
phen Smith, Joseph P. Hanford, Samuel Richards, 
James Wiseman, James Stephens, George St. John, 
Henry Selleck, Charles Thomas, Morgan T. Smith, 
George Benedict, Lewis Raymond, 2d, Eli B. Bennet, 
Samuel Jarvis, Orris S. Ferry, Joseph W. Hubbell, 
William J. Treat. 

Redding— Aaron Sanfordjr., Floyd Tucker, Charles 
Burch, Jared Olmstead, Lemuel Sanford, Cortes Mer- 
chant, Walter Bates, Jeremiah Banks, Stephen 
Adams, Lewis Goodsell. 

Rid gefi eld —Harxey Smith, Harvey K. Smith, Jacob 
T. Haviiand, Lewis Sherwood, Keeler Dauchy, Russel 
Jones, Thomas St. John, Gamaliel N. Benedict, Charles 
Nash, Thaddeus Keeler 2d. 

St amford— Alexander N. Holly, Charles Brewer, Ben- 
jamin M. Weed, Ebenezer Smith, John M. Holly, 
William H. Potts, Sands Adams, Charles Hawley, 
Josh. B. Ferris, William T. Minor, Sylvanus B. Thomp- 
son, Henry Raymond, James H. Hoyt, Floyd F. Pal- 
mer, John W. Leeds, J. D. Warren. 

Sherman^ -T)a\ id W. Stevens, D. P. Hewes, Willis 
Sherwood, Ephraim Hatch, David Graves, Levi 
Leech, Willis Briggs, Charles Deane, David Northrup, 
Ammi Giddings, George Briggs, John O. Northrup. 

Stratford- -John Golding, Elijah Boothe, Lewis 
Wells, Lewis H. Russel. Isaac P. Booth, Freeman 
Curtis, Stephen S. Booth, Major A. Brooks, Judson 
Curtis, Treat Blackman, Josiah Gorham, Elijah Curtis, 
Charles Edwards, Steven Curtis. 

Trumbidl— Kezekiah S. Nichols, Plumb N. Fair- 
child, Elihu Beach, Francis Beach, A. Brindsmade, 
David Beach, Lucius B. Burroughs, Elijah Middle- 
brook, Samuel Beardslee, Alonzo Sherman, David 
Hawley, William Squire, John C. Mallett, Samuel 
Mallett, John L. Nichols, Charles W. Curtiss. 

Weston- -David Patchen, Hanford Nichols, Oliver 

C. Sanford, Matthew Bulkley, William Noyes. 
EcLston— Edward Hill, Walker Sherwood, Walker 

Lyon, Daniel B. Fairweather, Moses Burr, Bradford 



44 FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Winton, James D.Johnson, Eli Adams, Orrando Perry, 
Aaron L. Sanford, Z. Johnson. 

Westport- -Alt red Taylor, John Gray 2d, Burr Mee- 
ker, David Cooley2d, Daniel Burr, S.H.Keeler, Edwin 
Wheeler, George L. Cable, Eliphalet Swift, G. Jelliff, 
William H. Richards. 

Wilton— J. M. Sturges, George A. Davenport, 
Charles Marvin, John Watrous, Nathaniel Sterling,. 
Theodore Smith, William H. Hanford, Jehiel Grum- 
man, James F. Chapman, Samuel Scott, Sherman Cole, 



PRACTICING ATTORNEYS. 

William H. Noble, of Bridgeport, State Attorney, 

Fairfield— Thomas B. Osborne, Thomas Robinson, 
(South port.) 

Danburij- -Reuben Booth, Thomas T. Whit^esey, Al- 
fred A. Burnham, Edward Taylor, William F. Taylor, 
David B. Booth, Daniel Blackman. 

Bridgeport--M<xvk Moore, Henry Dutton, William H. 
Noble, James C. Looinis, D wight Morris, Henry T. 
Huggins. 

Brookfield- -Bryant Smith, Ebenezer Blackman. 

Monroe— Cyrus H. Beardsley. 

Newtown- -S r amne\ C. Blackman, David B. Beers, 
Amos S. Treat, David H. Belden, Isaac M. Sturges. 

Norwalk-- Clark Bissell, Thomas B. Butler, Sidney 
B. Beardsley, O. S. Ferry. 

Stamford— Charles Hawley, Joshua B. Ferris, William 
T. Minor. 

Westport— Eliphalet Swift. 



Sheriff— Charles Isaacs, of Norwalk. 




i\ju , n.tuiifi«jjjwii, licuumj; , t» imam Lee, Ridgefield; 
John Warner, Newtown; Joseph Tomlinson, Hunting- 
ton. 

Deputy Jailors — William H. Banks, Dam bury. 
Hezekiah Bulkley, Fairfield. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 45 

WINDHAM COUNTY, 

COUNTY COURT. 

EDWARDS CLARK, Judge. 
Benjamin E. Palmer, of Brooklyn, j 



Benjamin Warren, of Ashford, \ Commissioners. 
M iliiam James, of Killingly, 

Uriel Fuller, Clerk. 
Samuel Webb, Treasurer. m 

JUDGES OF PROBATE. 

District of Brooklyn— Bela P. Spalding 
Ashford- -Jared D. Richmond. 
Canterbury-- John Francis. 
Hampton- -Edward S. Moseley, 
Killhio1y~Tni\id Chase. 
Plain field— Archibald Douglass. 
Pom/ret— John Williams. 
Thompson- -Talcott Crosby. 
Voluntown- -Kinney Gallup. 
Windham--lIo\ atio* W ebb. 
Woodstock— George, S. F. Stoddard. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Brooklyn— Bela P. Spaulding, Uriel Fuller, Samuel 
Webb, Armin Bolles, Joseph Tyler, Byran Wheaton, 
Aaron H. Storrs, Daniel P. Tyler, Jonathan A. Welch, 
Samuel Cady, Benj. E. Palmer, Job Maine, John R. 
Allerton, Shubael Brown, Sampson Bennett, jr. 

Ashford— Levi Work, Daniel Knowlton, Michael 
Richmond, Ebenezer Chaffee, Benjamin C. Simmons, 
Calvin Whitney, Fielder Watkins, Reuben Marcy, 
Jared D. Richmond, John B. Adams, John W. Sharpe, 
James Lyon, Benjamin Warren, Joseph F. Keyes, 
Asher Knowlton, Frederick Hovey. 

Canterbury --John Francis, Festus Hyde, Walter 
Williams, Ebenezer Sanger, Chester Lyon, Waterman 
Brown, Zelotes Jencks, Comfort S. Hyde, Charles 
Adams, Asher Smith, Roswell Ensworth, Warren 



46 WINDHAM COUNTY. - 

Wheeler, David F. Adams, Merit B. Williams, Hub- 
bard Adams, Ephraim Browning;, John Kendall. 

Chaplin— Erastus Canada, Darius Knight, Frederick 
Storrs, Porter B. Peck, Walter Goodell, Joseph Mose- 
ley, Roswell Bill, Alvin Moulton, Stephen F. Burn- 
ham, Lester Bill, James R. Utley. 

Hampton— David Fox, Josiah C. Jackson, Elijah 
Greenslit, Samuel Church, Benjamim F. Robinson, 
William Durkee, 3d, Robert Potter, Alonzo Martin, 
Charles Griffin, Charles C. Button, Edward S. Mose- 
ley, William Bennett, jr., Roger S. Williams, Royal 
Copeland. 

Killingly--Da.\'id Chace, Wm. Alexander, George 
Warren, Thomas Backus, Jeremiah Law, Arba Covill, 
Abiel Converse, Shubael Adams, Lowell Graves, Har- 
ris Arnold, Randall Davis, Olney M. Wood, William 
W. Wright, John Smith, jr., Jacob Frisselle, Thomas 
Durfee, Jr., Lewis Chace, Levins Jencks, Dan C. 
Barstow. 

Plainfield— Benjamin Bacon, Morey Burgess, John 
Thurston, Joseph Hutchins, John Gardiner, Ephraim 
Medbury, Wm. Kenyon, John J. Penrose, Aaron Cra- 
ry, Henry Angell, Robert A. Rude, Henry^ Fanning, 
Ebenezer Case, Andrew C. Lester, Wm. Briggs, Geo. 
Cady, Archibald Fry, GurdonP. Brown. 

Pomfret --Benj. F. Durkee, Calvin D. Williams, Je- 
rome Pike, Horace Sabin, Wm. H. Sabin, Wm. Field, 
Calvin Day, Samuel W. Butler, Ithamer May, Arial 
Webber, "John Williams, Orrin Sumner, E. W. Ses- 
sions, Peter M. Allin, Geo. Randall, jr., Charles 
Chandler, Lucius L. Chandler, Horace I. Sharpe, Job 
Williams, Winthrop O. Green, Geo. B. Matthewson. 

Steiiing.- -John Gallup, Archibald Douglas, George 
Tillinghast, Wm. Crary, John Dixon, Wheaton Wood, 
Alfred Rhodes, Charles Tillinghast, Silas Matthewson, 
Alvin Parks, Nathaniel Gallup. 

Thompson— Simon Davis, Jonathan Nichols, Talcott 
Crosby, Jesse Ormsbee, Vernon Stiles, James Johnson, 
Aaron White, Horatio Holbrook, Charles C. Wood, 
Stephen Shumway, Jeremiah Olney, Geo. W. Shel- 
don, William H. Chandler, Thomas Davis, William S. 
Scarborough, Henry W. Hough, John E. Williams, 
Harvey Lampson. 

Volunt own- -Harvey Campbell, Elisha Potter, Wil- 
liam C Stanton, John E. Lindley, Benjamin W. Pal- 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 47 

mer> John Bitgood, Henry Wylie, Thaddeus C. Gor- 
don, Benjamin Gallup jr. Benjamin Gallup 2d. 

Windham- -Stowell Lincoln, Edwards Clark, George 
S. Catlin, Calvin Hibbard, Thomas Ga*ay, Horatio 
Webb, Charles Fitch, Calvin W.Philleo, Fenner Maine, 
John Webb, Zephaniah Palmer, David L. Fuller, John 
Palmer, Jeptha Geer, Roswell Moulton, Lloyd E 
Baldwin, Elisha Hebard, Elisha Williams, Joel R. Ar- 
nold, John Brown, Vine Hovey, Daniel Spicer, Moses 
L. Moseley, Zepheniah Young, William II.. Hosmer. 

Woodstock --"Ebenezer Stoddard, John F. Williams, 
Wheeler Philips, James Lampson, Oliver Saunders, 
Moses Lyon, Peleg C. Child, Abel Child, Ebenezer 
Paine, William Chamberlain, George S. F. Stoddard, 
Charles Crawford, Amasa Carpenter, Erasmus Rawson, 
Baldwin Vinton, James L. Ives,- Whitman Chamber- 
lain, Lorenzo Litchfield, John J. Marcy, Otis Hicox ? 
Ezra Child, Edward E. Bowen. 

PRACTICING ATTORNEYS. 

Abial Converse, Killingly, State Attorney. 

Windham— Samuel Perkins. John Baldwin, Calvin 
Hibbard,! nomas Gray, Edward Clark, George S. Cat- 
lin, A. R. Arnold, C. W. Philleo, Alfred A. Burnham. 

Broofch/M- Jonathan A. Welch, Daniel P. Tyler, Uri- 
el Fuller. 

Ashford-J. D. Richmond, F. Hovey, (Eastford.) 

Killingly- -Thomas Backus, Abiel Converse. 

Plainjield— Joseph Eaton, William Dyer, J. L Pen- 
rose. 

Pom/ret- -John Holbrook. 

Thompson— George Larned, Simon Davis, Thomas 
E. Graves. 

Woodstock— John McLellan, Ebenezer Stoddard, 
John T. Williams, G. F. S. Stoddard. 

Sheriff- -Septimus Davison, Brooklyn. 
Deputy Sheriffs— James D. Bates, Brooklyn ; John S. 
Dean, Ashford ; David Greenslit, Hampton ; Amos 
Witter jr., Plainfield ; Benjamin F. Hutchins, Thomp- 
son ; Chester Hunt, Windham ; Paraclete Skinner 
Woodstock. 

Deputy Jailer-George Spalding* Brooklyn. 



48 LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

IITCHF IEIB COUNTT, 

- COUNTY COURT! 

ELISHA S. ABERNETHY, Judge. 

Stephen Demhig, i 

John S. Warner, > Commissioners* 

William P. Russell,* 
Origen S. Seymour, Litchfield, Clerk. 
Frederick D. Beeman, Assistmit Clerk* 
Charles L. Webb, Treasurer x 

JUDGES OF PROBATE. 

District of Litchfield- -Elisha S. Abernethy~ 

Barkhamsted— Amos Beecher jr> 

Canaan— William M. Burrall. 

Hanvinton— Martin Cook 2d. 

Kent— John H. St. John. 
" New Hartford -Walt Garrett. 

** New Mi//erd--Thomas B. Lacey. 

Norfolk- -Daniel Hotchkiss. 

Plymouth— Elisha Johnson . 

Roxbunj -Henry L. Randall. 

Sharon-John G. Mitchell. 

Washington- William Moody. 
" Waterfowl-Charles S. Wood. 

Winchester- -TLoland Hitchcock. 

Woodbury-Charles B. Phelps. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Litchfield— SetXi, ?. Beers, Samuel Church, Enos 
Stoddard, Jonathan Buel, Ozias Lewis, Hugh P. Welch, 
Samuel P. Bolles, Origin S. Seymour, George C. 
Woodruff, Edward Pierpont, Ralph G. Camp, Fiancis 
Bacon, Dan Catlin, Alanson Picket, Charles L. Webb, 
Gideon H. Hollister, Julius Griswold, Joseph Bir&e jr., 
Garner Curtiss, Cyrus Catlin, Augustus Morey, Sam- 
uel G.|Braman, Lemuel O. Meafoy, Prentiss Park hurst, 
Frederick D. Beeman, Alanson Hall, Homer Kilbourn, 
Samuel Brooker jr. 



DEPARTMENTS. 49 

Barkhamsted. — Lancelot Phelps, Hira Case, Peleg 
Shephard, Amos Beecher, Jr., Anson Wheeler, Josiah 
H. Sage, Daniel Young, Asahel Phelps, Reuben Pin- 
ney, Cowiwell Doolittle, Hiram Goodwin, George Mer- 
rell, Jesse Ives, Lester Loom is. 

Bethlem. — Joseph H. Bellamy, Adam C. Kasson, 
Abraham Beecher, Henry W. Peck, Leverett P. Judd, 
Philo H. Skidmore, John N, Crane. 

Canaan. — William M. Burrall, Leman Church, 
John Elmore, Jr., Nathaniel Stevens, Wm. S. Marsh, 
Benjamin F. Tobey, Russel H. Wilcox, Sidney Ensign, 
John A. Beckley, Chauncey Bunce, Miles T. Granger, 
John P. Camp, Samuel C. Hosford, Hiram Holcomb, 
Westley Tresscott, William H. Crossman. 

Colebrook. — Arthur Howell, Abiram Chamberlain, 
Edward A. Phelps, Rufus Seymour, B. B. Rockwell, 
Daniel E. Manchester, Daniel De Wolf, D. C. Y. Moore, 
Harvey Whiting. 

Cornwall. — George Wheaton, Peter Bierce, James 
Wads worth, Anson Rogers, Philo Kellogg, Benjamin 
Sedgwick, Frederick Kellogg, Myron Harrison, Chalker 
Pratt. 

Goshen. — Birdsey Baldwin, Mineas Ives, Lamont 
Street, Alexander Norton, Myron Norton, Andrew- 
Palmer, 2d, Harlow Humphrey, Charles L. Norton, 
Augustus Miles, Nelson Brewster, Orestes Palmer, 
Joseph J. Gaylord. 

Harwinton. — Benajah Hayden, Abijah Catlin, Lewis 
Catlin, Sen., Sheldon G. Catlin, Augustus S. Johnson, 
Samuel S. Catlin, Henry Holt, Orrin Barber, Alphonzo 
Candee, Moses Beach. 

Kent. — Nathaniel P. Perry, Rufus Fuller, Jr., Luther 
Skiff, Benjamin Tompkins, Epaphras B. Goodsell, Eli 
Chamberlin, Harvey P. Turrell, Daniel Morehouse, 
Heman Segar, Reuben Gibbs, Philetus Winegar, Har- 
vey Turrell, Isaac Goodsell, Reuben Eaton, Lewis W. 
Mills. 

JVew Hartford. — Anthony Baker, Stephen 0. Mason, 
Wait Garret, Benjamin G. Loomis, Hermon Chapin, 
Roger H. Mills, Elijah Merrill, Horace Gillett, John J. 
Phelps. 

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50 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

JVew' Milford. — David C. Sanford, Nathaniel Perry, 
Sylvanus Merwin, Anson Squires, Sheldon Bucking- 
ham, Truman Richmond, Nelson Sanford, Nelson 
Knowles, Joseph Rood, Sheldon Northrop, 'Daniel 
Keeler, Julius B. Harrison, Homer Waller, Lyman 
Hine, Cornelius B. Baldwin, Dunning Babbitt, Burr 
Woodruff, Philip Wells, Isaac Northrop, Thomas B. 
Lacey, Sherman Peck, Charles H. Sanford, Samuel D. 
Orton, Daniel B. Wilson. 

Norfolk. — Joseph Riggs, John Dewell, Daniel 
Hotchkiss, Heman Swift, Darius Phelps, George 
Rockwell, Thomas T. Cowles. 

Plymouth, — Elisha Johnson, Malcolm N. Butler, 
David D. Warner, Miles Morse, Jr., John C. Lewis, 
Edwin Talmage, Hiram Pierce, Apollos Markham, 
Miles Smith, Samuel Todd, Allen Humphrey, Hemon 
Welton, Oliver A. G. Todd, Henry B. Graves, Herman 
Warner, Allen Hemingway, Andrew Stoughton, John 
M. Thompson, Marvin Blakesley, Charles Byington, 
Samuel T. Salisbury, Milo Hoadley. 

Roxbury. — Herman B. Eastman, Henry L. Randall, 
David Pierce, Charles Beards-ley, Curtiss Blakeley, 
Heman Beardsley. 

Salisbury. — John G. Mitchell, Philander Wheeler, 
William C. Sterling, John H. Hubbard, Roger Averill, 
William P. Russell, Samuel C. Scovill, Horace Hollis- 
ter, Lott Norton, Jr., Horatio G. Vandusen, Leonard 
Richardson, Donald G. Warner, Horatio Ames, Albert 
Bushnell, Newton Chapman, Pliny L. Barton, Robert 
N. Fuller, Milo Harris. 

Sharon. — Samuel E. Everett, Ansel Sterling, Chas. 
F. Sedgwick, Richard Smith, Ransom Smith, Benjamin 
Hollister, Daniel Parsons, John S. Jewett, Sturges L. 
Blinn, Alanson Wheeler, James Or, Zalmon Hunt, 
William T. King, Orrin Hutchinson, Elemuel Peck, 
John Woodruff, Charles M. Parsons. 

Torrington. — A. E. Wooding, Harlow Fyler, Orson 
Barber, Homer Thrall, Elisha S. Abernethy, Russel C. 
Abernethy, Erastus Hodges, Albert Bradley, Erastus 
Bancroft, .Roderick Bissell, Barzillai Hudson, Anson 
Colt, Jr. 



DEPARTMENTS. 51 

Warren. — Elijah Hays, George Starr, Julius W. 
Breman, Asa W. Granness, George Glover, Henry Mer- 
win, Myron S. Hine, George Starr, Truman Guild. 

Washington. — Frederick Chittenden, Daniel B. 
Brinsmade, William Moody, Nelson Ford, Hawley 
Morehouse, Alvin Brown, Joseph H. Bennett, Albert 
Reynolds. 

Watertown. — Holbrook Curtis, Cyrus B. Manville, 
Charles S. Woodward, Hinman Piatt, David M. Beards- 
ley, Chauncey L. Dayton, Amos Belden. 

Winchester. — Luman Wakefield, Gideon Hall, Jr., 
John Boyd, Samuel W. Coe, Lucius Clark, Anson Fosket, 
Roland Hitchcock, Wheelock Thayer, Henry E. Rock- 
well, Moses Drake, Alvah Nash, Norris Coe, Theron 
Bronson, Luman Munsill, John McAlpin, Jr., Harvey 
Ford. 

Woodbury,. — Charles B. Phelps, Thomas Bull, Elijah 
Sherman, Reuben H. Hotchkiss, Edson Camp, Norman 
Parker, Levi S. Douglass, Garwood Atwood, Phineas 
A. Judson, Benjamin (".Peck, Philander Nichols, Cal- 
vin H. Downs, William Cothren. 



PRACTICING ATTORNEYS. 

John D. Hubbard, of Salisbury, State Attorney. 

Litchfield. Seth P. Beers, Truman Smith, George C. 
Woodruff 1 , Origen S. Seymour, Francis Bacon, G. H. 
Hollister, F. D. Beeman, Elisha S. Abernethy. 

Barkhamsted. Hiram Goodwin, (Hitchcockville.) 

Bethlem. Joseph H. Bellamy. 

Canaan. William M. Burrall, Leman Church, John 
Elmore, Jr., William P. Burrall, Geo. W. Peet, Miles 
T. Granger. 

Cornwall. George Wheaton. 

Goshen. Birdsey Baldwin, Nelson Brewster. 

Harwinton. Abijah Catlin. 

Kent. Nathaniel P. Perry, Rufus Fuller, Jr., Hen- 
ry I. Fuller. 

New Hartford. Rosier H. Mills, J. J. Phelps. 

New Milford. David C. Sanford, Samuel D. Orton, 
Daniel B. Wilson, J. B. Harrison. 



52 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Norfolk. Michael F. Mills. 

Plymouth. Elisha Johnson, Henry B. Graves, Mai- 
comb N. Butler. 

Salisbury. Philander Wheeler, John G. Mitchell, 
John H. Hubbard, Roger Averill, Donald J. Warner. 

Sharon. Ansel Sterling, Charles F. Sedgwick, Rich- 
ard Smith, James Orr. 

Washington. Frederick Chittenden. 

Watertown. Holbrook Curtiss. 

Winchester. William^S. Holabird, Gideon Hall, Jr., 
Roland Hitchcock. 

Woodbury. Charles B. Phelps, Wm. Cothrew. 

Sheriff — Albert Sedgwick, Litchfield. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Leverett W. Wessells, Litchfield ; 
John E. Sedgwick, Cornwall; Henry S. Norton,. Salis- 
bury ; Erastus H. Winchester, Sharon ; Peter W. Mills, 
Kent ; Levi S. Knapp, New Milford ; Walter D. Sper- 
ry, Washington; John A. Shepard, Norfolk; Walter 
S. Cowles, Canaan ; Marcus DeForest, Woodbury ; 
Newton P. Whittlesey, Plymouth ; Wilson B. Spring, 
New Hartford ; John D. Howe, Winchester. 
Deputy Jailer — Jesse L. Judd. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

JOHN C. PALMER, Judge. 

John Markham, } 
John Bushnell, > Commissioners. 
Ephraim Pierson, } 
John Fisk, Clerk and Treasurer. 

JUDGES OF PROBATE. 

Middletown — Linus Coe. 
Haddam — Isaac Arnold. 
Chatham — Braddock Strong. 
East Haddam — William Marsh. 
Killingworth— Ely A. Elliott. 
Saybrook — Gurdon Smith. 



DEPARTMENTS. 53 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Middletown — Noah A. Phelps, Jonathan Barnes, Ed- 
mund Hughs, Linus Coe, Henry D. Smith, Samuel 
Cooper, John L. Smith, John Wyse, Wm. J. Trench, 
Normand Smith,' Wm. Douglass, Wm. Stroud, William 
Crandall, Harvey D. Cornwall, David Savage, Alfred 
Bailey, Thomas Atkins, Ja's. North, Benjamin Miller, 
John Dickinson, Sam'L Crowell, Albert Atkins, Luther 
Bowers, Daniel I. Griswold, Richard B. Bailey, Hor- 
ace Hand, Joseph Edwards, Edward Savage, Matthias 
Miner, Thomas G. Mather, Chas. Whittlesey, Ezra 
Coe, Erastus S. Otis, Charles C. Tyler, Henry Car- 
rington. 

Haddam — Samuel Arnold, Aaron Brainard, Ansel 
Spencer, Elias Selden, Jonathan Arnold, Ezekiel S. 
Clark, Edward R. Clark, Smith Clark, Dudley Clark, 
Oliver P. Smith, Daniel M. Tyler, Asa Burr, Coleman 
Clark, Hezekiah Scovil, Harvey Child, Harvey E. 
Brainard, Epaphroditus Hubbard, Ira Payne, Joseph R. 
Shailor, Asa Shailor, Wm. B. Dickinson, Sylvester 
Scovil, Jr., Deanthem Brainard. 

Chester — Joshua L'Hommedieu, Samuel Colt, Ely 
Warner, Socrates Denison, Philip S. Webb, Nathan C. 
Peters, Joseph C. Fargo. 

Clinton — Ely A. Elliott, George Carter, John D. 
Leffingwell, Aaron G. Hurd, Russell Stannard, Halsey 
C. Post. 

Durham — Asher Robinson, Wm. Wadsworth Eras- 
tus Jones, Charles Hickox, Frederick T. Elliott, Miles 
Merwin, Jr., Isaac Parmelee, John White. 

East Haddam — Thomas C. Boardman, Steph. Cone, 
Wm. Marsh, Jedediah R. Gardner, Datus Williams, 
Calvin C. Mack, Nathan Jewett, Jr., Roswell Davison, 
Helon Cone, Staunton C. Card, Lemuel Dickinson, 
John Holmes, Timothy F. Green, Daniel D. War- 
ner, Anson Ackley, Lewis M. Hilliard, Erastus F. 
Peck, Thomas S. Swan, Eleazer W. Mather, Nathaniel 
F. Holmes, Timothy Holmes, Nathaniel A. Cowdrey, 
Eliphalet A. Bulkeley, John C. Palmer. 

Killingworth — Philander Stephens, David Evarts, 
Wyllis D. Kelsey, Jeremiah Griswold, Joseph P. Lane, 
Truman Harrison. 



54 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Portland — Ralph Goodrich, Selden Cook, Sylvester 
Stocking, Wm, W. Campbell, Alfred Hall, Hiram A. 
Penfield, Russell Hopkins, Ralph Pelton, Guy Cooper, 
Asher N. Rowley, Edward A. Penfield, Job H. Payne. 

Chatham— Elijah Clark, Nathaniel* C. Smith, Cha's. 
A. Strong, John Markham, Jr., Huntington Selden, Li- 
nus Parmelee, Braddock Strong, Levi Bunce, Chauncey 
Bevin, Alfred Brooks, George Wells, Francis Young. 

Westbrook — Wm. H. Lay, Oliver Norris, Martin 
Wright, Oram el B. Wright, Clawson Clark, Joseph 
Spencer, Alexander Clark, James A. Pratt. 

Saybrook— Samuel Ingham, Steph. Chalker, Giles 
Blague, Wm. R. Clark, John L. Whittlesey, Samuel 
M. Tulley, Edward Sanford, Henry Hart, Sidney Bush- 
nell, Selden M. Pratt, Ezra S. Mather, Giles 0. Clark, 
Josiah Jones, Richard P. Williams, William C. Bull, 
George Reed, Obadiah Spencer, Calvjn B. Rogers, Gus- 
tavus Pratt, David P. Platts, Jabez South worth, Na- 
thaniel A. Starkey, James Phelps, Henry G. Smith, 
Gilbert Pratt. 

PRACTICING ATTORNEYS. 

Charles C. Tyler, State Attorney. 

Middletown — Jonathan Barnes, Charles C. Tyler, 
Noah A. Phelps, Dennis Sage, Charles Whittlesey, 
Elihu Spencer. 

Chatham — Linus Parmelee. 

East Haddam — J. C. Palmer, Moses Culver, 

Wallis. 

Haddam— Smith Clark. 

Portland— Alfred Hall. 

Saybrook — Samuel Ingham, Stephen W. Starkey, 
James Phelps. 

Chester — Nathan C. Peters. 

Sheriff — Charles Arnold, Haddam. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Curtis Bacon, Middletown ; Cha's. 
Stephens, Clinton; Samuel Holmes, East Haddam; 
Charles W. Snow, Saybrook ; John S. Camp, Durham. 
Deputy Jailers — John D. Butler, Middletown. 
Ezekiel S. Clark, Haddam. 



DEPARTMENTS. 55 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

BENJAMIN PINNEY, Judge. 

Zalmon Cross, ^ 

Alpheus Kingsley, > Commissioners. 

Gurley Phelps, ) 

Wm. W. Eaton, Clerk. 

Gurdon Isham, Treasurer, 

JUDGES OF PROBATE. 

Tolland— Asa Willey. 
Ellington— Joel W. Smith. 
Hebron — Ralph Gilbert. 
Mansfield — Zalmon Storrs. 
Somers — Orson Wood. 
Stafford— Rufus G. Pinney. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Tolland.— Loren P. Waldo, Zalmon Cross, Eben'r 
West, Zalmon A. Storrs, Ariel Ladd, Ashbel Chapman, 
Sherman Chapman, Luther C. Anderson, Asa Willey, 
Gurdon Isham, Ralph R. Griggs, John S. Lyon. 

Bolton.— Eben r Strong, SamT Ruggles, Amos Wake- 
field, Wm. Hunt, Sessions Lawson, Royal S. White, 
Elij. A. Watrous, Aaron Andrews, Wm. Keeney. 

Columbia.— Asahel Clark, Alpheus Kingsley, Daniel 
Holbrook, John S. Yeomans, William Osborn, Norman 
Little, Sam'l F. West, Sanford Yeomans. 

Coventry,— Zelotes Long, Don F. Brigham, Alonzo 
W. Birge, Edw. G. Huntington, Uriah Brigham, Wm. 
A. Dorman, Thomas K. Jones, Jasper Gilbert, Ralph 
Carpenter, Gurley Phelps, William Porter, Adonijah 
White, Hez. Edgerton, Harvey Wright, Steph. Morey, 
Loring Winchester, Libni Hall, Jona. C. Porter, Lewis 
A. Dimock, Jos. P. Loomis 

Ellington.— Ben']. Pinney, Oliver W. Steele, JohnH. 
Brockway, Joel W. Smith, John P. Dorman, Jabesh 
Collins, Francis Keeney, Benj. Isham, Daniel A.Peck, 
Asa Lewis. 



56 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL DEPARTMENTS., 

Hebron. — Ralph Gilbert, Leonard Hendee, William 
Brown, George Strong, Cyrus Mann, Ansel Chappel. 
Epaph. Porter, Jacob 0. Loomis, John W. Buell, Jehiel 
Anable, Orrin C. White, George R. Beach, Roger L. 
Phelps, Thomas L. Brown, Solomon Norton, Eleazar 
S. White, Horace I. Jones. 

Mansfield. — Zalrnon Storrs, Edm. Freeman, Need- 
ham Slate, Nathan Preston, Charles Martin, Wm. Met- 
calf, John N. Barrows. Albert Newcomb, Cha's Crain, 
Eleazer L. Wood, Emery B. Smith, John W. Conant, 
Philip Barrows, Lewis Tinker, Anson Turner. 

Somers. — Orson Wood, Walter R. Kibbe, Oliver Cha- 
pin, Amariah Kibbe, Wm. Wood, John Phillips, Solo- 
mon Billings, Jr. 

Stafford. — Moses B. Harvey, Eliab A. Converse. Ru- 
fus G. Pinney, Abijah Blodgett, Solva Converse, Calvin 
Fisk, John Orcutt, Hannibal A. Converse, Anson Spel- 
man, John C. Willey, Lorin Dimock. Cyril Johnson, 
Calvin Knight, Samuel Harwood. 

Union. — -Win. P. Sessions, Ingoldsby W. Crawford, 
Harvey Walker, Trenck Crawford, Danford Morse, 
Samuel Hammond. 

Vernon. — Oliver H. King, Thaddeus C. Bruce, Phin- 
eas Talcott, Wm. T. Cogswell, Samuel S. Talcott, 
George Kellogg, Edwin G. Brigham, Ira Thrall, Julius 
L. Strong. 

Willington. — John J. Moulton, Origen Dimock, 
Robert Sharp, Arial Eldridge, Rufus Rider, Walter 
Newcomb, Elisha Frink, John Albry, Chester Carpen- 
ter, Bartholomew Potter. 

PRACTICING ATTORNEYS. 

Loren P. Waldo, State Attorney. 
Tolland — Asa Willey, Elisha Stearns, Jeremiah Par- 
ish, Loren P. Waldo, Zalrnon A. Storrs. 
Columbia — Asahel Clark. 
Ellington — John H. Brockway. 
Hebron— Ralph Gilbert. 
Somers— Walter R. Kibbe, F. L. Wright. 
Stafford — Benjamin Lathrop. 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 57 

Sheriff— Solomon L. Griggs, Tolland. 
Deputy Sheriffs— Brewster P. Swift, Mansfield; 
Henry R. Watrous, South Coventry.; Humphrey T. 
Fuller, Hebron ; Bela Abbott, Vernon ; L. G. Winter, 
Stafford; Luther Talcott, Bolton. 

Deputy Jailer — Lucius S. Fuller. 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 

District No. 1. Hartford and Tolland Counties. 

" " 2. New Haven and Middlesex Counties. 
" " 3. New London and Windham Counties. 
" " 4. Fairfield and Litchfield Counties. 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 

District No. 1. Consists of the towns of Hartford, 
Wethersfield, Berlin, Southin2;ton, and Rocky Hill. 

2. Enfield, SufTield, East Windsor, East Hartford, 
Glastenbury, Marlborough, Manchester, and South 
Windsor. 

3. Hartland, Granby, Simsbury, Windsor, Canton, 
Farmington, Bristol, Burlington, Avon and Bloomfield. 

4. New Haven, Hamden and Woodbridge. 

5. Derby, Oxford, Southbury, Middlebury, Water- 
bury, Milford, Bethany, Orange, Wolcott and Nauga- 
tuck. 

6. East Haven, Cheshire, Meriden, Wallingford, 
Branford, Guilford, Madison, North Branford, North 
Haven and Prospect. 

7. New London, Groton, Ledyard, Stonington and 
Water ford. 

8. Norwich, North Stonington, Preston, Griswold, 
Lisbon and Franklin. 

9. Lyme, Colchester, Lebanon, Montville, Salem, 
Bozrah and East Lyme. 



58 COMMISSIONERS. 

10. Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, Huntington, 
Weston, Trumbull, Monroe, Westport and Easton. 

11. Danbury, Ridgefield, Redding, Brookfield, New- 
town, New Fairfield and Sherman. 

12. Norwalk, Darien, Stamford, Greenwich, New 
Canaan and Wilton. 

13. Brooklyn, Canterbury, Hampton, Plainfield, Ster- 
ling, Voluntown, Windham and Chaplin. 

14. Ashford, Killingly, Pomfret, Thompson and 
Woodstock. 

15. Litchfield, Harwinton, New Hartford, Torring- 
ton, Winchester, Barkhamsted and Colebrook. 

16. New Milford, Warren, Washington, Roxbury, 
Bethlem, Woodbury, Watertown and Plymouth. 

17. Salisbury, Canaan, Norfolk, Sharon, Cornwall, 
Goshen and Kent. 

13. Middletown, Durham, Chatham and Portland. 

19. Haddam, East Haddam, Killingworth, Saybrook, 
Chester, Westbrook and Clinton. 

20. Tolland, Ellington, Somers, Stafford, Union and 
Willington. 

21. Bolton, Coventry, Columbia, Mansfield, Hebron 
and Vernon. 



COMMISSIONERS. 

ON TURNPIKE ROADS. 

No. 1. Boston, Benjamin Warren, Ralph Flint. 

2. Bridgeport, Henry Olmsted, George Benedict. 

3. Chatham and Marlborough, Abner G. Bevins, 

Selden Cook. 

4. Cheshire, Charles Shelton, Thomas Cowles. 

5. Colchester and Chatham, Asher N. Rowley, 

Joshua B. Rogers. 

6. Centre, Ralph R. Griggs, Andrew A. Williams. 

7. Chester and North Killingworth, Horace Red- 

field, Stephen L'Hommedieu. 



COMMISSIONERS. 5^1 

8. Colchester and Norwich, John Isham> Pomeroy 

Hall. 

9. Columbia, John S. Yeomans, Huntington F. 

Kinney. 

10. Connecticut, Alexander M. Holly, Abraham 

Sherwood. 

11. Cornwall and Washington. 

12. Canaan and Litchfield, John R. Gillett, Heman 

Osborn. 

13. Connecticut and Rhode Island, Joseph Scarbor- 

ough, Ebenezer Kelley. 

14. Danbury and Ridgefield, Hiram Benjamin, James 

Stevens. 

16. East Haddam and Colchester, Daniel Buckley, 

Stanton S. Card. 

17. East Middle, Ira Hadsel, Edwin Talmadge. 

18. Essex, JaredC. Redfield Joseph Ellsworth. 

19. Farmington River, Asa White, Evits Carter. 

20. Fairfield, Redding and Weston. ■ 

21. Fair Haven, John Farran, Jedediah Stone. 

22. Goshen and Sharon, Amos M. Johnson, Archi- 

bald Bierce. 
■24. Greenwoods, Luman Hubbell, Nathaniel Ste- 
vens. 

25. Groton and Stonington, Amos.Clift, Benjamin 

F. Palmer. 

26. Guilford and Durham, Watson Davis, George 

Hunt. 

27. Hartford and New London, James White, Hez- 

ekiah Goddard. 

28. Hartford and New Haven, James N. Ford, Cal- 

vin Day. 

29. Hartford, Tolland, Windham and New London 

County, Charles F. Sumner, Chas. A. Scovill. 

30. Hartford and Tolland, F. W. Cowles, John 

Warren. 

31. Hebron and Middle Haddam, Braddock Strong, 

Orrin C. White. 

32. Humphreysville and Salem Bridge, Hiram Up- 

son, David B. Clark. 
34. Huntington, AlansonBirdsley, Cyrus Lewis. 



60 COMMISSIONERS. 

35. Killingworth, Josiah C. Chittenden, Charles 

Stevens. 

36. Litchfield and Cornwall, David Marsh, Peter 

Bierce. 

37. Litchfield and Harwinton, Jonathan Rossiter, 

Charles S. Buell. 

38. Litchfield and New Milford, Sherman Landon, 

Edward N. Hine. 

39. Middlesex, William J. Trench, William R. 

Clark. 

40. Middletown and Berlin, Phineas Rainey, Wil- 

liam A. Ives. 

41. Middletown and Durham, Samuel G. Tibbals, 

Ward Peck. 

42. Middletown and Meriden, William Crandall, 

Noah Pomeroy. 

43. Mohegan, Nathaniel B. Bradford, John C. Birch. 

44. Monroe and Zoar Bridge, Levi Edwards, David 

Hawley. 

46. New Milford and Roxbury, Amasa Lathrop, 

Matthew Logan. 

47. Norwich and Salem, Levi H. Goddard, Elias 

Cottrell. 

48. New Haven and Derby, Benjamin Beecher, 

Charles W. Ailing. 

49. New Haven and Milford, David H. Carr, David 

Miles. 

50. New London and Lyme. Philip Morgan, Mat- 

thew Bacon. 

51. New London and Windham County, John Thurs- 

ton, Thomas A. Clark. 
53. New Preston, Edward Hart, Matthew Logan. 

55. Norwalk and Danbury, Ephraim E. Barnum, 

Isaac M. Sturges. 

56. Norwalk and Newtown, David Patchen, Samuel 

B. Peck. 

58. Oxford, Clark Wooster, Samuel Wire 

59. Providence, Lewis G. Burton, Daniel A. Hovey. 

60. Rimmon Falls, Samuel A. Hine, Joseph Parker. 

61. Salem and Hamburg, Clement Fordich, Samuel 

C. Ely. 



COMMISSIONERS. 

63. Sympauge, Thomas Sanford, George Clapp. 

64. Shetucket, Epaphrus Porter, Beriah H. Brown- 

ing. 
GO. Still River, Reuben Cook, D. C. G. Moore. 

67. Southington and Waterbury, Joel Johnson, 

Jesse Olney. 

68. Sandy Brook, Richard Tibbals, Milton Smith. 

69. Strait's, Anson Sperry, William A. Bronson. 

70. Sugar Hollow, Perry A. Sutton, James Taylor. 

71. Taicott Mountain, Jacob Ripley, Henry Lewis. 

72. Thompson. John E. Williams, Joseph Green. 

74. Torrington, Israel Barnes. Uri Taylor. 

75. Tolland and Mansfield, Luther C. Anderson, 

Lorin Dimock. 

77. Windham and Coventry, Ebenezer Sanger, 

James L. Palmer. 

78. Windham and Mansfield, John Albray, Asa B. 

Tracy. 

80. Windham and Brooklyn, Joseph Tyler, Joseph 

D. Spalding. 

81. Waterbury River, Benjamin H. Andrews, Joseph 

G. Bronson. 

82. Wolcottville, Hiram Perkins, Samuel Brooker. 
S3. Weston, Ezra Wheeler, James Baldwin. 

84. Well's Hollow, Wm. Bennett, Philo F. Barnum. 

85. Warren, William Clark, Nelson Crane. 

86. Branch, Isaac Bennett, Henry Lewis. 

87. Monroe and Newtown, Josiah B. Fairchild, 

James U. Hawley. 

88. Fairfield County, Lewis C. Seger, Philo C. 

Marvin. 

89. Hadlyme, John S. Wells, M. Hilliard. 

90. 2d Chester and North Killingworth, Horace 

Redfield, Stephen L'Hommedieu. 

92. Sherman and Redding, Eli Beardslee, Ira Wil- 

liams. 

93. Hop River, John Moulton, Gardner Russell. 

94. North Killingworth and North Madison, Friend 

Phelps, Reuben K. Hinkley. 
96. Litchfield and Plymouth, Henry L. Bissell, 
Chauncey S. Dayton. 



(>2 COMMISSIONERS. 



BRIDGES. 

o. I. Niantic, Benjamin Brown, Albert H. Clark. 

2. Hartford, Samuel H. Huntington, John A. Hale, 

Albert Day. 

3. Mystic, Amos Clift, Isaac Dennison. 

4. Tomlinson, Jesse Knevals, James Thompson, jr. 

5. Bridgeport, Elam Hawley, Lewis Wells, Abijah 

Beardsley. 

6. Washington, Samuel C Nicholl, Charles H. 

Pond. 

7. Derby, John B. Davis, Ebenezer Wakeley. 

8. Zoar, David Sanford, Samuel B, Peck. 

9. Bennett's, Thomas Blackmail, Josiah P. Fair- 

child. 

10. Hawley's, Ethel Andrews, Bryant Smith. 

11. New Milford, Adolphus Hallock, Lyman Hine. 

12. Bull's Falls, Asahel Wedge, George B. Hall. 

13. Pratt's. 

14. Norwich and Preston, Augustus Converse, Isaac 

Williams, Comfort D. Fillmore. 

15. Fuller's, Asahel Wedge, George B. Hall. 

16. Enfield, Timothy H. Abbe, Harvey Terry. 

17. Boardman's, George B. Marsh, Philip Welles. 

18. Gaylord's, Theodore Buck, Herman Merwin. 

19. East Bridgeport, George Walters, Israel Kelsey. 



No. 1. New London, Amasa Rockwell. 

2. Gale's, Guy C. Stoddard, Elisha Hewitt. 

3. Chapman's, Jedediah B. Gardner, George Dou- 

glass. 

4. Warner's, James B Latimer, Robert C. Peters, 

5. Higganum, Chauncey Childs, John Brainard. 
(3. East Haddam, G. R. Tracy, Harvey Payne. 

8. Essex, Jared C. Redfield, Joy Post, Jr. 

9. Rocky Hill, James Killam, William Goodrich. 
10. Pratt ; s, John G. Mix, EUery Hills. 

12. East Windsor, Samuel A. Welch, Benoni C. 
King. 



COMMISSIONERS. 03 

13. Warehouse Point, Wm. Barnes, Benjamin Pease. 

14. Lovejoy's, David Bement, Gamaliel Fuller. 

15. Saybrook, Stephen Peck, Gilbert Pratt. 

i6. Haddam, Wm. B. Dickinson, Diodate Brainard. 
18. Keeney's, John G. Mix, Ellery Hills. 



COMMISSIONERS ON RAILROADS. 

JYew York and Hartford Railroad. 
Thaddeus Welles, Holbrook Curtiss, Eli T. Hoyt. 



JYew York and JYew Haven Railroad. 
John Stewart, Holbrook Curtiss, William H. Ellis. 



JYaugatuck Railroad. 
Holbrook Curtiss, Philo Pratt, Thomas Burlock. 



Hartford and J\ r ew Haven Railroad. 
John B. Robertson, Minott A. Osborn, William Field. 



Branch Railroad. 
William Field, John B. Robertson, Minott A. Osborn. 



JYew Britain and Plymouth Railroad. 
Jared W. Pardee, Romeo Rowley, Thomas Cowles. 



Farmington Canal. 
Francis W. Wilcox, Geo. W. Bartholomew, Wm. Tyler. 



JYew York and Stonington Railroad. 
Albert Latham, William B. Hull, Benjamin Staats. 



JYorwich and Worcester Railroad. 
Jacob W. Keeney, Comfort S.Hyde, B.F. Durkee. 



JYew lork and Boston Railroad. 
Origen S. Seymour, John Stewart, Ebenezer Learned. 



64 COMMISSIONERS. 

Housatonic Railroad. 
Leman Church, Henry Dutton. 



Union Company. 
Albert Day, Jesse Goodrich, Thaddeus 'Welles. 



BANK COMMISSIONERS. 
George S. Catlin, Henry D. Smith, Wm. S. Holabird. 

Directors on the part of the State in the Banks to which 
their names are affixed. 

Bridgeport Bank. Orlando B. Hall. 

Connecticut Bank. David Perry. 

Danbury Bank. James Taylor. 

Exchange Bank. Chauncey S. Martin, Josiah S. 
Rice. 

Fairfield County Bank. William K. James. 

Farmers and Mechanics Bank. Albert Day, Lemuel 
Humphrey. 

Hartford Bank. Calvin Day. 

Merchants Bank. John H. Townsend. 

Middlesex County Bank. Jonathan Kilbourn, jr. 

Middletown Bank, Clark Elliott. 

New Haven Bank. William H. Ellis. 

New London Bank. Peter D. Irish. 

Norwich Bank. Luke W. Rogers. 

Phcenix Bank. Julius Catlin, Mason Gross. 

Tolland County Bank. Obidiah B. Waldo. 

Whaling Bank. William W. Miner. 

Windham Bank. Walter Goodell. 



COMMISSIONERS, 

Appointed by the Governor of Connecticut, to take the 
acknowledgement of Deeds, Depositions, fyc, in the 
respective States where they reside. 
New York. E. E. Cowles, Charles T. Sterling, 

Charles Yeo, Russell Smith, William North, Spencer 



COMMISSIONERS. 65 

H. Stafford, G. R. Waite, Charles H. Waterbury, Joseph 
Wallis, George Ireland, Jr., W. E. Curtis, Effingham 
H. Nichols, A. U. Lyon, Albert Matthews, H. G. De 
Forest, Joseph B. Varnum, Peter S. Woodbury, John 
E. Baldwin, Jr., James Dunn, J. E. Burrell, Jr., Wm. 
E. Learned, Josiah Bissell, B.C. Leveridge, H. C. Cady, 
D. L. Ramsey, J. R. Jessup, J. F. Clark, James Forsyth, 
Stephen D. Van Sehack, Alexander Watson, R. W. 
Smith, S. D. Law, John Parsons, Daniel B. Beach, Jo- 
seph C. Wright, Edward L. Baldwin, William A. 
Woodward, William C. Betts, Joseph M. Greenwood, 
Charles J. Bushnell, J. D. Wheeler, Spencer H. Stafford, 
George W. Pleasant. 

Massachusetts. Oliver Dimon, Ivers I. Austin, A. 
D. Ely, William Gaston, B. H. Currier, T. C. Amory, 
Jr., C. C. Nutter, Edward Buck, Norman T. Leonard, 
Lester C. Newell. 

Vermont. D. A. Heald. 

Rhode Island. Henry Martin. 

Ohio. A. M. Mitchell, J. W. Baldwin, Jerome 
Buckingham, S. L. Mather, W. L. Perkins, William 
Richards, Thomas Day, G. W. Stanley, Abraham E. 
Gwinne. 

Pennsylvania. John Binns, Samuel L. Clemont. 

Maryland. William Hamilton, E. R. Sprague. 

Kentucky. T. P. Shaffner. 

Missouri. Edward Crafts. 

Illinois. E. W. Tracy, Nathaniel Cook, C. B. Law- 
rence, Hiram Rountree, H. S. Cooley. 

Michigan. C. S. Adams, Lewis Allen, Richard But- 
ler, John D. Abbott, Levi Townson, Calvin C. Jackson. 

Louisiana. William H. Hunt, W. C. Crary. 

Alabama. Thomas Hamilton, William Garrett. 

Washington, D. C. Charles De Selding. 

New Hampshire. George Rogers. 

Wisconsin. Josiah Bond. 

Florida. Robert D. Johnson, Augustus C. Gillett. 



66 NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



Commissioners for other States, resident in Connec- 
ticut. 

Dwight W. Pardee, Hartford, for New York and 
Massachusetts. 

James C. Walkley, Hartford, for Alabama. 

Benning E. Mann, Hartford, for New Hampshire. 



LIST OF NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Ashford. Joseph Dorsett, Jr., Horace Gay lord. 

Berlin. Edward Wilcox, Ira E. Smith. 

Bolton. Charles F. Sumner, Royal S. White. 

Branford. Levi S. Parsons. 

Bridgeport. Samuel Stratton, Benajah Mallory, 
William H. Noble, Mark Moore. 

Bristol. Tracy Peck. 

Brooklyn. Uriel Fuller. 

Bozrah. John W. Haughton, John A. Fox. 

Chaplin. Walter Goodeli. 

Cheshire. Tilton E. Doolittle. 

Colchester. Appleton R. Park. 

Danbury. Nathan Sealey, Jr., James Taylor, Oliver 
Shepard. 

Darien. Abraham Clock. 

Derby. Charles Lindley, William B. Wooster. 

East Haddam. John C. Palmer, Samuel Holmes. 

Enfield. Aholiab Johnson. 

Farmington. John Hooker. 

Fairfield. Henry Sturgess, Thomas Robinson. 

Franklin. Comfort D. Filmore, Backus Smith. 

Glastenbury. Jared G. Talcott. 

Granby. Richard H. Phelps. 

Greenwich. Samuel Close. 

Groton. Amos Clift. 

Griswold. Charles E. Leonard. 

Guilford. George Landon, Aluah B. Goldsmith. 
• Hartford. Seymour N. Case, Edward Goodman 
Henry Fowler, Francis Fellowes, Charles H. Tuthill' 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. G7 

Walter Mitchell, Samuel H. Parsons, Richard G. Drake, 
Henry Perkins, William D. Ely, Francis Parsons, 
Dwight W. Pardee, James C. Walkley, John H. Sey- 
mour, Lucius F. Robinson, Samuel D. Carver. 

Hampton. Edward S. Moseley. 

Hebron. Henry H. Fitch. 

Killingly. Charles Preston, Abiel Converse, Alvia 
Chase. 

Ledyard. Guy C. Stoddard, Roswell Allyn, Samuel 
S. Lamb. 

Lebanon,. Caleb Haywood, George Kingsley, Leon- 
ard Hebard. 

Lisbon. Thomas A. Clark, Luther Fuller, Levi C. 
Corning. 

Litchfield. George C. Woodruff. 

Madison. Reynold Webb, Jonathan S. Wilcox. 

Meriden. Abner C. Wetmore, Joel Miller, Almeron 
Miles. 

Middletown. Jonathan Barnes, Elihu Spencer. 

Milford. William Strong. 

Montville. Mulford C. Raymond, Robert Comstock. 

New London. John Dickinson, Edward H. Learned 
John P. C. Mather, Andrew C. Lippitt, Ephraim H. 
Douglass. 

New Haven. Alfred Blackman, Henry S. Wads- 
worth, Elijah Gilbert, Jr., Jonathan H. Crampton, Colin 
M. Ingersoll, William W. Beecher, William A. Rey- 
nolds, Horace Andrews, John B. Robertson, John S. 
Graves, Leonard A. Daggett, Samuel W. Wadsworth, 
Washington "Webb. 

New Milford. James K. Averill, Joseph K. Averill. 

Newtown. Samuel E. Blackman. 

Norwalk. William T. Smith, George F. Daskam. 

Norwich. James A. Hovey, John T. Adams, John T. 
Waite, Enoch C. Chapman, William Trench, William 
L. Brewer, Rufus W. Mathewson, Wheaton Cottrell, 
Roswell Morgan. 

North Stonington. Latham Hull, Perry Keyngon, 
David Stillman, William T. Browning, William P. 
Amy. 

Plymouth. Elisha Johnson, Jr. 



68 POST OFFICES. 

Preston. Asa Gore. 

Saybrook. Stephen W. Starkey, James Phelps. 

South Windsor. Jesse Charlton. 
• Stamford. Roswell Hoyt, Ebenezer Smith, Floyd T. 
Palmer, Nathaniel D. Haight. 

Stafford. Benjamin Lathrop. 

Sterling. George W. Harwood. 

Stonington. Francis Amy, George H. Noyes, 2d, Asa 
Fish, William H. Woodbridge, Leonard C. Williams, 
Benjamin F. States, George Hubbard. 

Thompson. Jeremiah Olney. 

Tolland. Asy Willey, Joseph Bishop, Zalmon A. 
Storrs. 

Voluntown. William C. Stanton. 

Waterbury. Elijah F. Merrill. 

Wallingford. Josephus R. Merriam. 

Wethersfield. Archibald Welch. 

Wilton. Philip Betts. 

Windham. John C. Tracy, Horatio. Webb, John A, 
Perkins. 

Woodbury. Charles B. Phelps, Thomas Bull. 

Woodstock. Luther Rawson, John McClellan, Na- 
than Austin, Judson M. Lyon, John F. Williams. 

Wolcott. Noah H. Byington. 



Post Offices and Post Masters, 

IN CONNECTICUT. 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford, Normand Lyman; West, Elihu Olmsted. 

Avon, Noble Towner. 

Berlin, H. N. Galpin; New Britain, Marcellus Clark ; 

Kensington, Samuel B. Cowles. 
Bloomfield, Watson Hubbard. 
Bristol, George H. Mitchell. 
Burlington, J. Burwell. 



POST OFFICES. 69 

Canton, Pomeroy Higby ; Canton Centre, Jeremiah 

Hallock; Collinsville, N. L. Polk; N Canton, C. 

Adams. 
Colebrook, Reuben Rockwell ; River, D. DeWolf • Mill 

Brook, H. W. Pinney; North Colebrook, James 

Marvin. 
East Hartford, Edw. Phelps. 
East Windsor. Hiram Watson ; Broad Brook, B. 

Phelps; Warehouse Point, L. Pease. 
Enfield, Geer Terry ; Thompsonville, Geo. C. Owen ; 

Skittico, John King. 
Farmington, George D. Cowles ; Plainville, William 

Hitchcock; Unionville, George Richards. 
Glastenbury, Benjamin Taylor ; South, Oliver Brain- 

ard. 
Granby, A. B. Holcomb ; East, Elmore Clark ; North, 

Abner Case; West, Jeremiah Wilcox. 
Hartland, Benj. Geddings; West, T. D. Bosworth. 
Manchester, H. C. Woodbridge ; Buckland's Corner, 

William Jones ; Oakland, Whiting Risley. 
Marlboro* , Asa Day. 
Rocky Hill, Ebenezer Goodale. 

Simsbury, J. 0. Phelps ; Tariffville, Henry A. Olcott. 
Southins;ton, Chester Whittlesey. 
South Windsor, Eli Olcott, East Windsor Hill, Jas 

H. Charlton. 
Suffield, George A. Loomis ; West, Charles Dennison. 
Wethersfield, Jesse Goodrich ; Newington, Erastus 

Kilbourn. 
Windsor, Samuel 0. Loomis; Locks^ F. Brown; Po- 

quonnock, Cicero Phelps. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

New Haven, Edward A. Mitchell; Westville,'J. G. 

Hotchkiss. 
Bethany, W. F. Perkins. 
Branford, Orrin D. Squire. 
Cheshire, Charles Shelton. 

Derby, Robert Gates ; Humphreysville, J. D. Smith. 
East Haven, Ruel Andrews. 
Fair Haven, H. L. Scranton. 



70 POST OFFICES. 

Guilford. E. Hutchinson ; N Guilford, H. Fowler. 

Hamden, Leveret Hitchcock. 

Madison, Jonathan S. Wilcox ; North, W. S. Blatchley. 

Meriden, Ira N. Yale. 

Middlebury, Jay Peck. 

Mi/ford, D. L. Hubbell. 

Naugatuck, John A. Peck ; Straitsville, Ozro Collins. 

North Branford, Russell Clark. 

Northford, William Everts. 

Oxford, Samuel Wire ; Zoar Bridge, Ezekiel Curtis. 

Prospect, Robert H. Piatt. 

Southbury, C. H. Hall ; Southford, Enos Foot ; South 

Britain, Anson Bray. 
Wallingford, Lorenzo Lewis. 
Waterbury, E. Leavenworth. 
Wolcott, William Welton. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London, Stanley G. Trott. 

Norwich, William L'Hommedieu ; Norwich Town, 

Henry B. Tracy. 
Bozrah, Stephen Fitch ; Bozrahville, S. K. Andrews. 
Colchester, Daniel Bulkley ; Westchester, Giles Shat- 

tuck. 
East Lyme, John L. Smith. 
Franklin, James H. Hyde, 
Griswold, Thomas F. Edmond ; Jewett City, Samuel 

Button. 
Groton, Elijah Bailey ; Portersville, T. Denison ; No- 

ank, G. W. Chipman ; Poquonuc Bridge, Sanford 

Morgan. 
Lebanon, Simeon Peckham ; Exeter, Elias S. Will- 
iams ; Liberty Hill, G. S. Gay. 
Ledyard, C. Newton ; Gales' Ferry, N. B. Brown. 
Lisbon, Hiram Tarbox. 
Lynia, C. W. Wait; North, Erastus Stark; Hamburg, 

S. M. Brockway ; Hadlyme, Eli P. Welles, South 

Lyme, Russel L. Chadwick. 
Montville, Chesterfield, James Turner ; Uncasville, 

William G. Johnson, 



POST OFFICES. 71 

North Stonington, Thomas P. Wattles ; Pendleton 

Hill, Andrew Chapman. 
Preston, EL Brown ; Poquetanuck, Asa Latham. 
Salem, Joseph Hillard; Gardner's Lake, David G. 

Gates. 
Stonington, B. F. States; Mystic Bridge, David Mal- 

lory ; Mystic, Henry Harding. 
Waterford, Henry Gardner, 2d> 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield, Edmund Hobart; Southport,W. Sherwood, 

Jr.; Greenfield Hill, Ira Benedict. 
Banbury, Ira R. Wildman ; Bethel, Hiram Weed ; Mill 

Plain, Elias Burchard. 
Bridgeport, P. F. Barnum. 
Brookfield, David Burr. 
Darien, James H. Gorham. 
Greenwich, Samuel Close ; Stanwich, Farnum 

Knowlton ; Round Hill, O. C. Knapp. 
Huntington, Christopher N. Shelton. 
Monroe, C. H. Beardsley; Stepney, Levi Edwards. 
Newtown, Ch. B. Gurtiss. 

Norwalk, James Stevens ; South, Horace Taylor. 
New Canaan, Charles Raymond. 
New Fairfield, Seeley Barnum. 
Ridgefield, Russell Jones ; Ridgebury, Thomas St. 

John. 
Redding, Jared Olmsted; Redding Ridge, Floyd 

Tucker. 
Sherman, R. Fuller. 
Stratford, David Brooks. 

Stamford, Roswell Hoyt ; North, Abishai Weed. 
Trumbull, E. Beach ; Long Hill, Miles Beardslee. 
Westport, G. L. Cable. 
Weston, Henry J. Hamilton. 
Wilton, Joseph P. Fitch. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn, Byron Wheaton. 



72 POST OFFICES. 

Ashford, D. H. Clark, (Acting;) Eastford, J. Dorset, 

Jr.; North, Cyril Keyes; Westford, Michael Rich- 
mond. 
Canterbury. Burlingame ; Westminster ', P. 

Spicer. 
Chaplin, Walter Goodell. 
Hampton, William Brown ; Howard's Valley, Edward 

S. Moseley. 
Killingly, Leavens Jencks ; North, George Warren ; 

South, Cyrus Day ; East, Elisha Stone ; West, Silas 

Clapp. 
Plainjield, Henry Sabin ; Centre Village, G. W. Mur- 

dock ; Mousup, John Dunlap. 
Pomfret, Benjamin Child; Landing, B. F. Durkee; 

Abington, Samuel W. Gilbert. 
Sterling, William Fenner. 
Thompson, Jeremiah Olney ; Wilkinson, J. 0. Fox ; 

New Boston, C. C. Wood; Fisherville, J.E. Fisher. 
Voluntown, Kinney Gallup. 
Windham, John A. Perkins; N. Windham, Ralph 

Lincoln ; Willimantic, Joshua B. Lord ; Scotland, 

David L. Fuller. 
Woodstock, Edward E. Bowen ; North, A. Carpenter ; 

West, A. A. Williams. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield, R. M. Woodruff; S. Farms, W. L. Smedley ; 

Milton, A. Guild ; North field, Dan Catlin ; Bantam 

Falls, M. Kenney. 
Barkhamsted, E. N. Ransom ; Hitchcockville, J. H. 

Sage ; Pleasant Valley, Orville Williams. 

ethlem, H. W. Peck. 
Canaan, William Watson ; South, Wm. M. Burrall ; 

Falls Village, S. C. Hosford. 
Colebrook, Reuben Rockwell ; Colebrook River, Dan'l 

DeWolf ; Mill Brook, James Marvin. 
Cornwall, John R. Harrison ; Bridge, Peter Bierce ; 

West, George Wheaton ; Hollow, B. Sedgewick. 
Goshen, Myron Norton ; North, E. Wilson. 
arwinton, Truman Kellogg. 



POST OFFICES. 



73 



Kent, John H. St. John; North, L. B. Bull; South, 

W. T. Hopson. 
New Hartford, D. S. Bird ; Centre, J. F. Henderson. 
New Milford, S. E. Bostwick; Bridgewater, C. G. 

Sanford ; Gay lord's Bridge, Sylva Marvin, North- 

ville, H. Buckingham ; Southville, P. Babbett. 
Norfolk, N. B. Stevens. 
Plymouth, Calvin Talmage ; Hollow, Seth Thomas, Jr.; 

Terryville, Hiram Welton. 
Roxbury, Myron Downs. 
Salisbury, Daniel S. Clapp ; Lakeville, J. G. Mitchell ; 

Lime Rock, M. Barnum. 
Sharon, David R. Gould; Ellsworth, I. S. Everett. 
Torrington,(Torringford,) Nathaniel Smith; Wol- 

cottville, R. C. Abernethy. 
Washington', "William Moody ; New Preston, Alvin 

Brown; Woodville, F. C. Chittenden. 
Warren, Edmund R. Swift. 
Watertown, Merrit Hemingway. 
Winchester, ( Winsted,) John Boyd. 
Woodbury, Charles H. Webb. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown, Allen May ; Upper Houses, Ralph Hub- 
bard. 

Chester, Gideon Parker, 2d. 

Chatham^ Middle Haddam, Huntington Selden ; East 
Hampton, David Buell. 

Clinton, Achilles H. Elliott. 

Durham, R. H. Shelly. 

East Haddam, Daniel B. Warner ; Moodus, Ezra T. 
Jones ; Millington, J. P. Arnold ; Leesville } S. B. 
Wheelock. 

Haddam, Jonathan Arnold ; Higganum, Harvey Child. 

Killingworth, Horace Red field. 

Portland, Charles H. Sage. 

Saybrook, Henry S. Chapman; Essex, A. F. Whitte- 
more ; Deep River, 0. Spencer ; Winthrop, J. Den- 
ison. 

Westbrook, A, T. Wilcox. 



74 RATES OF POSTAGE. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland, Joseph Bishop. 

Bolton, E. K. Williams. 

Columbia, B. Hartson. 

Coventry, J. C. Porter; South, S. Bidwell ; Andover, 

A. H. Fitch. 
Ellington, Joel W. Smith ; Square Pond, Ephraim 

Dimmick. 
Hebron, Charles Post ; Gilead, Henry Higgins. 
Mansfield, J. Woodward ; Centre, Z. Storrs. 
Somers, Warren Kibbe ; North, A. Kibbe. 
Stafford, H. M. Bolton ; Springs, D. Parkess ; West , 

Whiton. 

Union, D. L. Newell. 

Vernon, E. G. Brigham ; Rockville, James Stewart. 

Willington, Jonathan Weston. 



Rates of Postage. 

For a single letter, not exceeding half an ounce, 
(avoirdupois,) sent not exceeding 300 miles, 5 cents. 

Sent over 300 miles, - - - - 10 cents. 

For every half ounce, and any excess over every half 
ounce, the same rates of postage ; and when advertised, 
two cents on each letter, or four cents, if advertising 
costs so much additional. 

For drop letters, (not to be mailed,) each 2 cents 

For any printed circular, handbill or advertisement 
unsealed, sent any distance, 2 cents 

For any pamphlet, or other matter of every kind, 
that is "transmissible by mail''' and has no written com - 
munication, of one ounce or less, or for a newspaper 
exceeding 19,000 square inches of surface, - 2 cents. 

For each additional ounce, or an excess greater than 
a half ounce, --.■*■---.■ 1 cent. 

For any other newspaper, sent over 30, and not more, 
than 100 miles, or any distance within the same 
State, -_-_---! cent. 
Sent over such distance, - - - \\ cent. 



THE FRANKING PRIVILEGE. 75 

THE FRANKING PRIVILEGE. 

1. The President, Ex-Presidents, and Mrs. Madison, 
and Mrs. Harrison, retain the franking privilege as 
regulated by former laws. 

2. The Vice President, Members of Congress, and 
delegates from Territories, 

May transmit public documents free during their 
official terms. 

May send and receive free, letters, newspapers, or 
packets, weighing under two ounces, during the ses- 
sion of Congress, and for thirty days before the com- 
mencement and thirty days after the close of any ses- 
sion, 

May receive letters free, not weighing over two 
ounces during the recess. This does not include the 
interval from the close of one Congress to the com- 
mencement of the next. 

May transmit free, written letters from themselves 
the whole year — that is, from sixty days before the 
commencement of any session until the meeting of the 
next Congress. 

3. The Secretary of the Senate and Clerk of the 
House of Representatives, 

May send free public documents during their official 
terms. 

May send and receive free letters, newspapers, and 
packages, not weighing over two ounces, during the 
session of Congress, and for thirty days before and after. 

May send free, letters written by themselves during 
their official terms. 

4. The Governors of States may send free the laws, 
records, and documents of the legislature to the Gov- 
ernors of other States. 

5. The three Assistant Postmasters Genera], 

May send free, letters, packages, or other matters re- 
lating exclusively to their official duties or the business 
of the Post Office Department. 

May receive all such letters and Documents as relate 
to their own duties or that of the department, and have 
the postage remitted at the city post office. 



76 NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTIONS. 

6. Deputy postmasters may send free, all such letters 
and packages as may relate exclusively to the business 
of their respective offices, and may have allowed all 
postages paid or charged to them irf the settlement of 
their accounts. 

7. Exchange newspapers between editors pass free. 

8. Editors or publishers of newspapers may send 
their papers free within thirty miles of the place of 
publication. 

9. Communications addressed to the officers of the 
government, heretofore having the franking privilege, 
touching the business of their respective offices, are 
to be paid out of the contingent fund provided for their 
offices, or out of the treasury. 

NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTIONS, &C. 

All Postmasters are forbidden to send money to 
printers under his frank, and the following regulation 
is substituted, viz : Money may be left with a Postmas- 
ter, (in no instance exceeding $10,) for the purpose of 
being paid to distant publishers, if said publishers shall 
so desire. The Postmaster may retain 1 per cent., and 
give his receipt for the balance, wiiich will be paid to 
the publisher by the Postmaster where payable, he also 
deducting 1 per cent., commission. 

No packet, weighing more than three pounds, can 
be sent by mail, nor bound books of any size, except 
books sent by Governors of States. 



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CLERGYMEN. •_ 83 



Clergymen. 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford. Joel Hawes, D. D., Horace Bushnell, 
D. D., Thomas H. Gallaudet, Walter Clarke, Thomas 
Robbins, D. D., William W. Patton, c ; Robert Turn- 
bull, Gurdon Robins, Andrew M. Smith, R. R. Raymond, 
b. ; Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, D. D., George Bur- 
gess, Abner Jackson, William Payne, Silas Totten, D. 
D., Arthur C. Coxe, e. ; C. Oakley, m. ; John Brady, 
r. c. ; J. S. C. Pennington, a. 

Avon. Stephen Hubbel, John Bartlett, c. ; C. W. 
Potter, b. 

Bristol. Edward Savage, b. ; A. S. Francis, m. ; R, 
H. Seeley, c. 

Berlin. Royal Robbins, Charles S. Sherman, Sanvl 
Rockwell, Wm. W. Woodworth, c. ; Elisha Cushman l 
b. ; John A. Edmonds, George A. Hubbell, m. ; J. M. 
Guion, e. 

Burlington. Erastus Scranton, James Noyes, c. ; 
David Bennet, b. ; Joseph Henson, m. e. 

Bloomfield. A. C. Raymond, c. ; Wm. S. Knapp, b. ? 
S. S. Strong, m. 

Canton. Jairus Burt, Charles McLean, c. ; G. B. 
Atwell, A. P. Viets, Lester Lewis, b. 

East Hartford. Samuel Spring, c. ; Levi Daggett, 
Jr., m. 

East Windsor. Shubael Bartlett, c; J. Lamberton, m. 

Enfield. Anthony Palmer, William S. Simmons, m. 
e. ; Francis L. Robbins, c. ; Joseph Hervey, Peter Gor- 
don, p. ; Phillip Burlingame, s. 

Farmington. Noah Porter, D. D., William Wright, 
c ; William McAllister, m. ; B. Crea^h, p. e. 

Glastenbury. James A. Smith, Warren G Jones 
Aaron Snow, c. ; Giles H. Deshon, e.; Erastus Benton, 
Lawton Cady, m. 

Hartland. Asa Bushnell, Asa Bushnell, Jr., m. ; Nel- 
son Scott, Aaron Gates, c. 



84 



CLERGYMEN. 



Manchester. William B. Corbyn, e. ; B. F. North- 
rop, E. Burt, c. 

Rocky Hill. Calvin Chapin, D. D., c. 

Granby. J. J. Twiss, u. ; James C. Houghton, Pliny 
F. Sanborn, c. ; David Ackerly, Stephen L. Rush- 
more, M. 

Marlboro'. Moses Chase, m. ; Hiram Bell, c. 

Simsbury. Allen McLean, c. ; R. G. Thompson, p.; 
Joseph Toy, m. ; Asahel Chapin, b. 

South Windsor. Levi Smith, Oscar F.Parker, Ben- 
net Tyler, D. D., E. W. Hooker, D.D., Wm. Thomp- 
son, c. ; S. Dean, m. 

Southington. Elisha C. Jones, c. ; William P. Pat- 
tison, b. ; James Richardson, Jr., u. 

Suffield. A< C. Washburn, J. W. Sessions, c. ; D. 
Ives, J. Batey, b. ; R. D. Keeler, m. 

Wethersfield. Mark Tucker. D. D., Joab Brace, c; 
Cyrus Miner, b. ; Miles N. Olmsted, m. 

Windsor. Theodore Leet, C. B. Everest, - — Allen, 
c. ; G. F. Kellet, m. ; W. A. Stickney, u. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

New Haven. Leonard Bacon, D. D., Samuel W. 
S. Dutton, Elisha L. Cleaveland, Edward Strong, Lev- 
erett Griggs, (Yale College,) Theodore D. W~oolsey, LL. 
D., Jeremiah Day, D. D., Nathaniel W. Taylor, D. D., 
Eleazer T. Fitch, D. D., (Westville,) Amos G. Be- 
man, c. ; H. Croswell, D. D., Joseph H. Nichols, Saml 

Cooke, Stephen Jewett, e. ; Brewer, m. ; James 

Smith, r. c. 

Bethany. Dexter Potter, e. ; D. B. Butts, c. 

Branford. Timothy P. Gillet, c. ; Frederick Miller, 
Jr., e. ; A. C. Wheat, b. 

Cheshire. E. E. Beardsly, e. ; Daniel March, c. 

Derby. George Thatcher, Charles Dickinson, Wm. 
B. Curtiss, c. ; William B. Ashley, N. S. Richardson, 
John Purvies, r. ; Friend W. Smith, Sylvester Smith, 
George Fuller, Samuel R. Heacock, m. 

East Haven. Stephen Dodd, c. ; George W. Nich- 

Ol, E. 



CLERGYMEN. 85 

Guilford. L. T. Bennet, David Baldwin, e. ; K E, 
Hall, David Root, c. ; A. B. Goldsmith, b. 

Hamden. Israel P. Warren, Austin Putnam, c. ; 
Charles W. Everest, eT; Joseph H. Frost, m. ; David 
Bradley, b. 

-Meriden. Gerge W. Perkins, €. ; Cyrus Munson,E. ; 
Harvey Miller, b. ; John E. Searles, m. 

Middlebury. E.,0. Beers, D. Wooster, S. W. Treat, 
m. ; George P. Pruden, c. 

Milford. Jonathan Brace, Asa M. Train, c; Ferdi* 
nand E. White, e. ; M. C. White, m. 

Naugatuck. Oliver Thompson, e.; Albert R. Teale, p. 

North Branford. George L. Wood, Wm. J. Board- 
man, c. ; David Baldwin, Fitch, e. 

Oxford. Stephen Topliff, c. ; Abel Nichols, e. 

Southbury. William H. Whittemore, 0. B. Butter- 
field, c. ; Elias Gilbert, m. 

Wallingford. Edwin R. Gilbert, c. ; Hilliard Bry- 
ant, e. ; Albert E. Denison, b. 

Waterbury. Henry B. Elliott, c. ; Jacob L. Clark, 
e. ; Allen Darrow, b. ; Joseph Smith, m. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London. Abel McEwen, Joseph Hurlbut, 
Tryon Edwards, c. ; Robert A. Hallam, e. ; Jabez W. 
Swan, L. G. Leonard, b. ; John How T son, m. ; Thomas 
J. Greenwood, u. ; John Brady, Jr., r. c. 

Norwich. Alvan Bond, D. D., J. P. Gulliver, Hiram 
P. Arms, c. ; William F. Morgan, e. ; Franklin Garitt, 
Franklin Fiske, Daniel Dorchester, D. N. Bentley, 
Sanford Benton, Ralph W. Allen, J. Gardner, m. ; Wm. 

Palmer, D. B. Cheeney, M. H. Rising, Tilden, b.; 

L. C. Browne, u. ; J. L. Smith, Thos. M. D. Ward, a, 

Colchester. Joel R. Arnold, c. ; Pierpont Brocket, 
b. ; M, P, Alderman, m, ; S, D. Jewit, c f ( Westches* 
ter.) 

East Lyme. F. Gridley., c. ; Frederick Wightman, 
Parmer G. Wightman, b. 

Franklin. Samuel Nott, D. D., c. ; Comfort D. Fil- 
limore, HiaJ Fillimore, Ella Dunham, m. 



Ob CLERGYMEN. 

Groton. Jared R. Avery, c. ; R. Russel, S. B. Bailey, 
Erastus Denison, Knapp, b. ; James J. Berg, m. 

Lebanon. J. C. Nichols, J. R. Brown, A. A. Ste- 
vens, c. ; N. Wildman, b. ; F. Coe, ch. ; > — Tis- 

dale, m. 

Ledyard. Timothy Tuttle, c. ; Stephen H. Peckham, 
b. ; Ralph Hurlbutt, m. 

Lisbon. Levi Nelson, Joseph Ayer, Jr., c. 

Lyme. Davis S. Brainard, Oliver Brown, Samuel Gris- 
wold, c. ; ■ Albertson, m. ; Amos Watrous, b. 

North Stonington. Myron M. Morris, c. ; James R. 
Stone, Thomas Barber, Charles H. Gates, b. ; John 
Sheffield, m. 

Preston. A. B. Collins, c. ; N. V. Stedman, b. ; 
Joseph M. Wait, e. 

Salem. Charles Thompson, c. ; Ebenezer Loomis, 
b. ; William W. Hurd, m. 

Stonington. N. B. Cook, William Clift, c. ; Albert 
G. Palmer, b. 

Waterford. Francis Darrow, Lester T. Rogers, Gur- 
don T. Chappell, b. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield. L. H. Atwater, Samuel Marvin, Thos. 

B. Sturges, c. ; William Gay, Charles Bartlet,M. ; Na- 
thaniel E. Cornwall, e. 

Danbury. Rollin S. Stone, Sylvanus Haight, c. ; 
Rufus K. Bellamy, Lucius Atwater, b. ; Thomas T. 

Guion, Olmstead, e. ; Eli M. Jackson, ch. ; John 

Crawford, m. ; Heman Burr, u. ; Levi Osborh, c. b. 

Bridgeport. Nathaniel Hewitt, D. D., S. B. Page, 
c. ; Gurdon S. Coit, e. ; James H. Perry, m. ; William 
Weed, b. ; Michael Lynch, r. c. ; S. S. Fletcher, u. ; 
Edward C. Africanus, Daniel Vandervere, a. 

Brookfield. H. D. Noble, e. ; Bidwell, b. ; D. 

C. Curtiss, c. ; Sizer, m. 

Darien. Ezra D. Kinney, p. 

Greenwich. Benjamin F. Yerrington, e. ; Samuel 
B. S. Bissell, c. ; Ramen, Redford, m. 



CLERGYMEN. 87 

Huntington. George S. Gordon, e. ; Thomas Pun- 
derson, Charles N. Seymour, c. ; Atwater, b. 

Munroe. R. D. Gardner, c. ; Rodney Rossiter, e. ; 
Horatio N. Weed, m. ; Dennison, b. 

Norwalk. William Cooper Mead, D. D., e. ; Edwin 
Hall, D. D., Zerah' K. Hawley, c. ; James J. Woolsey, 
b. ; William C. Hoyt, m. 

Newtown. S. S. Stocking, e. ; Jason Atwater, c. ; 
Little, b. 

New Canaan. Theophilus Smith, c. ; David H. 
Short, e. ; Alexander H. Furgerson, m. ; William Bid- 
die, B. 

New Fairfield. Henry H. Morgan, c. 

Redding. Daniel D. Frost, c. ; Abel Nichols, E. j 
Joseph D. Marshall, m. 

Ridgefield. James A. Hawley, c. ; Henry Olmsted, 
Jr., e. ; Charles Stearns, m. 

Sherman. J. B. Stoddard, c. ; Samuel Wicks, m. 

Stamford. F. H. Ayres, Megie, c. ; Ebenezer 

Raymond, Henry Rouse, b. ; Sands Adams, George 
Waterbury, Aaron Rogers, m. ; B. B. Hallock, u. ; Am- 
brose S. Todd, e. 

Stratford. William B. Weed, c. ; Joseph Scott, e. ; 
Harvey Husted. m. 

Trumbull. John S. Whittlesey, c. ; William W. 
Bronson, David G. Tomlinson, e. 

Weston. Lewis Pennell, cf. 

Wilton. John Smith, c. ; Abbott, Joseph J, 

Smith, m. ; Tomlinson, e. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn. George J. Tillotson, c ; Riverius Camp, 
e ; Herman Snow, u. 

Ashford. Charles Peabody, Francis Williams, 

Adams, c; Washington Munger, R. Putney, b; 

Lyon, m. 

Chaplin. Erastus Dickinson, c. 

Hampton. William Barnes, c ; Ralph V. Lyon,s; 
George Cryen, m ; Isaac H. Coe, Alfred Burnham, 
Richard B. Eldridge, ch. 



88 CLERGYMEN. 

Killingly. T. 0. Rice, J. D. Baldwin, c ; 

Phelps, m ; Daniel Williams, Damon, 



b ; George Greenslit, ch. 

Plainfield. A. Dunning, Jared 0. Knapp, c ; Daniel 
Lyon, b ; James Mather, m. 

Pomfret. Daniel Hunt, Edward Pratt, c ; Roswell 
C. Park, e ; Isaac J. Burgess, b. 

Sterling. Peleg Peckham, John Gardiner, b ; Jacob 
Allen, c. 

Thompson. Daniel Dow, D. D., c ; Charles Willett, 
James Grow, Lucius Holmes, b ; George W. Stearns, 
F. W. Bill, Albert Park, m. 

Voluntown. Charles S. Weaver, Gersham Palmer, 
b ; George H. Eldredge, ch. 

Windham. John E. Tyler, Thomas Tallman, A. 
Sharp, c ; A. Ogden, e; Alden, ; — Wheel- 
er, b ; H. Greenslit, ch ; Cooper, m ; 

Slade, u ; 

Woodstock. Jonathan Curtis, Thomas Boutelle, 

Wm. H. Marsh, Brooks, c ; John Paine, 

Brown, b ; Holmes Slade, u. 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield. Benjamin L. Swan, David L. Parme- 
lee, J. F. Norton, J. L. Dickinson, c ; Truman Marsh, 
Isaac Jones, Samuel Fuller, Joshua D. Berry, e ; Wm. 
Dixon, m. 

Bethlem. Jonathan Coe, 2d, e ; Fosdick Harrison, 
c ; Robert Cadling, m. 

Barkhamsted. Reuben S. Hazen, Luther H. Barber, 
c ; William R. Frisbie, e ; Peter Tatro, m. 

Cornwall. J. L. Maynard, H. Day, p; R. K. Rey- 
nolds, m ; Alfred Gates, b. 

Colebrook. Alfred E. Ives, c ; William A. Wheel- 
er, Erastus Doty, b. 

Canaan. D. D. Francis, c ; George L. Foote y e. 

Goshen. Lavallette Perrin, p ; David L. Marks m. 

Harwinton. Charles Bentley, c ; Henry V. Gard- 
ner, E. 



CLERGYMEN. H 

New Hartford. Cyrus Yale, Alexander Leadbetter, 
c ; James Hardy, m ; Samuel G. Mathewson, s. a. 

New Milford. John Greenwood, James Kilbourn, 
c; Enoch Huntington, Wm. A twill, e; H. Ames, S. 
Weeks, m ; D. Baldwin, E. Beecher, b. 

Norfolk. Joseph Eldridge, c ; Vail, m ; C. 

W. Watrous, b ; O'Reily, r. c. 

Roxbury. Austin Isham, c ; George L. Foote, e ; 
George W. Way, m. 

Salisbury. Adam Reid, c ; Davis W. Clark, m ; G. 
Huntington Nichols, e. 

Sharon. G. L.Brownell, c ; Martin Moody e; Wm. 
S Stillwell,M. 

Torrington. Samuel T. Seeley, John A. McKinstry, 
William H. Moore, c ; Henry I. Fox, m ; Henry Zell, 
e ; Thomas Benedict, b. 

Warren. John R. Keep, c ; Charles Everett, m. 

Watertown. Frederick Holcomb, D. D.,e; Philo 
R. Hurd, c ; Robert Codding, m. 

Washington. Gurdon Hayes, Hollis M. Read, c ; 
Long, e. 

Woodbury. J. Churchill, L. Q. Curtiss, c ; D. P. 
Sandford, C. S. Putnam, e; L. D. Nickerson, m. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown. John R. Crane, D. D., Zebulon Crock- 
er, Andrew L. Stone, L. S. Hough, c. ; Frederick S. 
Goodwin, e. ; Stephen Olin, D. D., Daniel Burrows, 
James Floyd, Lab an Clark, m. ; Joseph Holdrich, D. 
D., Wm. G. Howard, James H. Hepburn, b. ; Town- 
send B. Abel, u. ; John Brady, Jr., r. c. 

Chatham. Philo Judson, Wm. Russell, c. ; Fred- 
erick B. Woodward, e. ; John R. Vail, Andrew H. Rob- 
inson, M. 

Chester. — Amos S. Chesebrough, c. ; Newel Bough- 
ton, b. 

Clinton. Enoch S. Huntington, c. ; Nathl. Burton, 
e. m. ; John B. Guild, b. 

Durham. A. S. Hills, m. 

Haddam. E. W. Cook, c. ; Simon Shailer, b. 



90 CLERGYMEN- 

Killingworth. E. G. Swift, p. 

Madison. S. N. Shepard, Wm. Case, c. ; H. D. La- 
tham, M. 

Portland. Harvey Talcott, p. ; Samuel Moody Em- 
ery, E. 

Westbrook. Wm. A, Hyde, c. ; E. P. Ackerman, 
m. ; David Culver, w. 

Saybrook. Ethan B. Crane, Joseph D. Hull, Fred- 
erick W. Chapman, c. ; J. M. Willey, J. Covell, e. ; 
Lawson Muzzey, — , Ellis, b. ; N. C. Lewis, m. 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Bolton. James Ely, c. ; G. S. Judd, m. 

Columbia. James W. Woodward, c. 

Ellington. N. H. Eggleston, c. 

Hebron. Solomon G. Hitchcock, e. ; Edgar S. Doo- 
little, Charles Nichols, c. ; E. B. Hinkley, m. e ; Wm. 
R. Tisdale, t. w. 

Mansfield. A. S. Atwood p. ; A. R. Livermore c. ; 
Bela Hicks, b. ; Wm. Bevins, m. 

Somers. Joseph Vail,* c ; J. H. Farnsworth, u. ; 
James Squire, b. ; Henry Baylies, m. 

Stafford. Geo. H. Woodward, c. ; Ira Washburn, 
u. ; Geo. W. Pendleton, b. ; — . Collins, m. 

Union. Samuel J. Custis, c. 

Vernon. Albert Smith, Horace Winslow, c. 

Willington. David Bancroft, c. ; Addison Parker, b 



BISHOPS OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH IN THE U. S. 

Rt. Rev. Philander Chase, D. D., Illinois, Presiding 

Bishop. 
Carlton Chase. D. D., New Hampshire. 
Man ton Eastburn, D. D., Massachusetts. 
John P. K. Henshaw, D. D., Rhode Island and Maine. 
John H. Hopkins, D. D., Vermont. 
Thomas C. Brownell, D. D., LL. D., Connecticut. 



CLERGYMEN. 91 

Samuel A. McCorsky, D. D., (provi.) New York. 

William H. De Lancey, D. D., Western New York. 

George W. Doane, D. D., New Jersey. 

Alonzo Potter, D. D., Pennsylvania, 

Alfred Lee, D. D., Delaware. 

William R. Whittingham, D. D. Maryland. 

William Meade, D. D., Virginia. 

Levi S. Ives, D. D., LL. D., North Carolina. 

Christopher E. Gadsden, D. D , South Carolina. 

Stephen Elliott, D. D., Georgia and Florida. 

Charles P. Mcllvaine, D. D.,Ohio. 

James H. Otey, D. D., Mississippi and Tennessee. 

Benjamin B. Smith, D. D., Kentucky. 

Samuel A. McCorsky, D. D., Michigan. 

Jackson Kemper, D. D. Wisconsin, Iowa, and Indiana. 

Leonidas Polk, D. D., Louisiana. 

John Jones, D. D., Assistant Bishop of Virginia. , 

Nicholas Hamner Cobbs, D. D. Alabama. 

Cicero Stephen Hawks, D. D., Missouri. 

BISHOPS OF THE NORTHERN METHODIST 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 
Rev. Elijah Hedding. 
Rev. Beverly Waugh. 
Rev. Thomas A. Morris. 
Rev. Leonidas L. Hamline. 
Rev. Edmund S. Janes. 



BISHOPS OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 
IN THE U. S. 

Most Rev. S. Eccleston, D. D., Arch. Diocese of Bal- 
timore. 

Rt. Rev. William Tyler, D. D. 5 Diocese of Hartford. 

John B. Purcell, D. D., Cincinnati. 

Francis Patrick Kenrick, D. D. Philadelphia. 

John Hughes, D. D., John McCloskey, D. D., Coadju- 
tor, New York. 

Celestin de la Hailandiere, D. D., Vincennes. 

Mathias Loras,"D. D., Dubuque. 



92 



CLERGYMEN. 



P. R. Kenrick, D. D., St. Louis. , 

Richard P. Miles, D. D. t Nashville, 

Andrew Byrne, D. D., Little Rock. 

Anthony Blanc, D. D., New Orleans. 

John J. Chanche, D. D., Natchez. 

Ignatius Aloysius Reynolds, D. D., Charleston. 

Richard V. Wheland, D. D., Richmond. 

Benedict J. Flaget, D. D., Louisville. 

Machael O'Connor, D. D., Pittsburg. 

William Quarter, D. D., Chicago. 

John M. Henni, D. D. Milwaukie. - 

Michael Portier, Mobile. 

B. Fenwick, D. D. Boston. 

Frederick Reze. D. D., Detroit. 

F. N. Blanchet, D. D. Vicar Apos. 



OFFICERS OF THE ASYLUM. 

Hon. Thomas S. Williams, President. 

Vice Presidents for life, by subscription.— Samuel 
Appleton, Esq., Boston ; Daniel Wadsworth, Esq., 
Charles Sigourney, Esq., Hartford. 

Vice Presidents. — Ward Woodbridge, Thomas Day? 
Samuel Tudor, David Watkinson, James Ward, Chas. 
Seymour, James B. Hosmer, Barzillai Hudson. 

Directors. — Seth Terry, Charles Goodwin, James H. 
Wells, John Beach, Amos M. Collins, Francis Parsons, 
David F. Robinson, Calvin Day, Thomas C. Perkins, 
Albert W. Butler. 

Barzillai Hudson, Secretary. 

James B. Hosmer, Treasurer. 

Seth Terry, Commissioner of the Fund. 



INSTITUTIONS. 93 



OFFICERS OF THE RETREAT FOR THE 

INSANE. 

Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, President. 

David Watkinson, Vice President. 

William T. Lee, Treasurer. 

A. M Collins, Auditor, 

Charles Sheldon, Secretary. 
Directors. — James Ward, Joseph Trumbull, George 
Sumner, John Butler, Thomas H. Gallaudet, Charles 
Sheldon, Isaac D. Bull, Thomas C. Perkins, Roderick 
Terry, John Olmsted, Cyprian Nichols, Thomas Day, 
William T. Lee ; Amos M. Collins, Nathan Johnson, 
Alfred Smith, John S. Butler, Thomas Robbins, Ezra 
Clark, Isaac Toucey. 

State Commissioners. — His Excellency Isaac Toucey, 
John T. Norton, Esq., Leonard Hebard, Esq. 

Medical Visitors. — George Sumner, M. D., N. B. 
Ives, M. D., Archibald Welch, M. D., Benjamin Ro- 
gers, M. D., William S. Pierson, M. D., E. K. Hunt, 
M. D. 

Managers. — James H. Wells, Charles Sheldon, Wm. 
T. Lee. 

Visiting Committee of Ladies. — Mrs. R. Watkinson, 
Mrs. Charles Sheldon, Mrs. William T. Lee, Mrs. 
Henry Hudson, Mrs. Eli Todd. 

John S. Butler, M. D., Physician and Superintendent. 

Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet, Chaplain. 

Daniel Brooks, M. D., Assistant Physician. 

Mr. Virgil Cornish, Steward. 

Mrs. M. H. Cornish, Matron. 



94 INSTITUTIONS. 



GENERAL HOSPITAL SOCIETY. 

President — Jonathan Knight, M. D. 

Vice President — Hon. Dennis Kimberly. 

Treasurer — Amos Townsend, Jr. 

Secretary — P. A. Jewett, M. D. 

Prudential Committee— S. P. Beers, M. D., V. M. 
Dow, M. D., S. M. Stone, Esq. 

Visitors — Doct. John Skinner, S. P. Beers, M. D., S. 
Punderson, M. D., Henry Peck, Esq., J. Donaghe, Esq., 
Norris Wilcox, Esq. 

Physicians and Surgeons — J. Kniffht, M. D., Chas. 
Hooker, M. D., E. H. Bishop, M. D., P. A. Jewett, 
M. D., J. A. Totten, M. D., Henry Bronson, M. D. 

Agent for U. S. Marine Hospital— P. A. Jewett, 
M. D. 

Agent for Subscriptions — Doct. John Skinner. 

Agents to loan Money — A. Townsend, jr., V. M. 
Dow, M. D. 

Steward — Charles Ball. 

The Hospital is open for the reception of patients at 
three dollars per week. This amount covers all expen- 
ses for board, medicine, medical attendance, and surgi- 
cal operations in ordinary-cases. When extra attend- 
ance is required, a small additional charge is made. 
The services of the Physicians and Surgeons are gra- 
tuitous. 



CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

Annual Convention, May 1846. 



Hartford County. 
E. W. Carrington, Chester Hamlin, Gurdon W. Rus- 
sell, Samuel B. Fuller, David S. Dodge. • 



SOCIETIES. 95 

New Haven County. 
Eli Ives, W. L. Lay, Chas. Hooker, Anson Moody, 
M. C. Leavenworth. 

New London County. 
Avery Downer, Chauncey Burgess, J. P. Fuller, 
Lucius Tyler, Benjamin S. Roath. 

Windham County. 
Harvey Campbell, Wm. H. Cogswell, Eleazer Litch- 
field, Fenner H. Peckham, Lewis Williams. 
Litchfield County. 
Johnson C. Hatch, Samuel W. Gold, R. M. Wood- 
ruff, Myron Downs, Manly Peters. 

Fairfield County. 
Samuel Simons, Rufus Blakeman, Samuel Beach, 
George Blackman, Lloyd Seeley. 

Middlesex County. 
Hamilton Brewer, Rufus Baker, Ambrose Pratt. 

Tolland County. 
Ahijah Ladd, Norman Brigham, Chas. F. Sumner, 

OFFICERS. 

Archibald Welch, President, 
Dyer T. Brainard, Vice President. 
V. M. Dow. Treasurer. 
Gurdoi* W. Russell, Secretary. 



STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Committee of Examination — Archibald Welch, ex 
officio, George Sumner, J. G. Beckwith, William H. 
Cogswell, Rufus Blakeman, Richard Warner. 

Committee to nominate Physician of the Retreat for 
the Insane — Eli Ives, Isaac G. Potter, Samuel Beach, 
William Witter, Johnson C. Hatch. 

Committee to nominate Professors in the Medical 
Institution of Yale College — Geo. M. Blackman, Wm. 
S. Pierson, Reynold Webb, Ashbel Woodward, E. K. 
Hunt. 



96 



SOCIETIES. 



HONORARY MEMBERS. 



James Jackson, Boston, Mass. ; John C. Warren, do.; 
Benjamin Silliman, New Haven ; George JVTClellan, 
Philadelphia. Pa.; Thodoric Romeyn Beck, Albany, 
N. Y. ; James Thatcher, Plymouth, Mass. ; Edward 
Delafield, New York; John Delamater, Little Falls, 
N. Y. ; Walter Channing, Boston, Mass. , Jacob Bige- 
low, do. ; Daniel Drake, Cincinnati, Ohio ; Nathan 
Ryno Smith, Baltimore, Md. ; Valentine Mott, New 
York; Reuben D. Mussey, Cincinnati Ohio; William 
Tulley, New Haven; Richmond Brownell, Providence, 
R. I. ; William Beaumont, U. S. Army ; Samuel Henry 
Dickson, Charleston, S. C. ; Samuel B. Woodward, 
Worcester, Mass. ; John Stearns, New York ; Stephen 
W. Williams, Deerfield, Mass. ; Geo. Frost, Spring- 
field, Mass. ; Willard Parker, New York ; Benajah 
Ticknor, U. S. Navy; Alden March, Albany, N. Y. 



ORDINARY MEMBERS. 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 



Archibald Welch, M. D., Chairman. 
E. K. Hunt, M. D. Clerk. 

Hartford, Silas Fuller, Geo. Sumner, D. S. Dodge, 
Henry Holmes, Samuel B. Beresford, George B. Haw- 
ley, E. E. Marcy, Gurdon W. Russell, David Crary, 
P. W. Ellsworth, Benjamin Rogers, E. K. Hunt, Sam- 
uel B. Fuller, Seth Saltmarsh, John S. Butler, Thomas 
B. Kittridge, H. A. Grant, Wm. J. Barry. 

West Hartford, Edward Brace. 

Avon, Alfred Kellogg. 

Berlin, Horatio Gridley, Sylvester Bulkley, E. Bran- 
degee, Jr. 

New Britain, Samuel Hart. Lucius Woodruff, E. D. 
Babcock. 

Bloomfield, John F. Wells. 

Bristol, Jared W. Pardee, Joseph W. Camp. 

Burlington, William Elton, 2d, Jeremiah Burwell. 

Canton, Ben Adam Kasson, Thomas G. Hazen. 

Collinsville, Samuel W. Brown, Russell H. Tiffany. 



SGCETIES. 97 

East Hartford, Eli Hall, Seth L. Child. 

East Windsor, Elijah F. Reed. 

Scantick, Hiram Watson. 

Broad Brook, Marcus L. Fisk. 

Warehouse Point, Joseph Olmsted. 

Enfield. J. P. Converse, A. Spalding. 

Farmington, Asahel Thompson, E. W. Carrington, 
W. Carrington, Chauncey Brown. 

Plainville, G. B. Moody. 

Glastenbury, Ralph Carter. 

South Glastenbury, Roswell Hawley, Andrus. 

Eastbury, Sabin Stocking. 

Granby, Jar i us Case, Joseph F. Jewett. 

North Granby, Josiah C. Banning. 

East Granby, Chester Hamlin. 

West Granby, Justus D. Wilcox. 

Manchester, Wm. C. Williams, Wm. Woodbridge. 

Hartland, W r m. H. Higgins. 

Marlborough, L. W. Mcintosh. 

Rocky Hill, Ashbel W. Barrows. 

Simsbury, Roderick A. White. 

Tariffville, Geo. W. Sanford, Charles W. Ensign. 

Southington, Julius S. Barnes, Frederick A. Hart. 

South Windsor, Hor. C. Gillette, Sidney Rockwell. 

Suffield, Asaph L. Bissell. Samuel B. Low. 

Wethersfield, Archibald Welch, Ashbel Robertson, 
E. F. Cook. 

Windsor, William S. Pierson, Theodore Sill, Henry 
C. Preston. 

Windsor Locks, Samuel W. Skinner. 

Poquonock, Henry Church. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

Andrew French, M. D., Chairman. 
P. A. Jewett, M. D., Clerk. 
New Haven, John Skinner, Eli Ives, T. P. Beers. 
Jonathan Knight, Samuel Punderson, V. M Dow, A. S. 
Monson, Charles Hooker, H. B. Porter, Nathan B, 
Ives, E. H. Bishop, D. H. Moore. E. D. North, J. A. 
Totten, P. T. Miller, L. A. Thomas, Levi Ives, Pliny 
A. Jewett, J. T. Hotchkiss, L. D. Wilcoxson, D. L. 
7 



98 SOCIETIES. 

Dagarett, Geo. 0. Sumner, I>. A. Tyler, Henry Bronson, 
David Pritchard, J. W. Hubbell. 

Westville, Samuel Lloyd. 

Fair Haven, C. S. Thompson. 

Bethany, Asa C. Woodward, 

Branford, Willoughby L. Lay. 

Cheshire, A. J. Driggs, Nehemiah Banks, 

Derby, W. J. Whiting. 

Ansonia, Samuel P. Church. 

Birmingham, Ambrose Beardsley. 

Humphreysville, Abiram Stoddard, Sheldon C. 
Johnson, Joshua Kendall, Thomas Stoddard. 

East Haven, Bela Farnham. 

Guilford, J. Canfield, Elisha Hutchinson, Alvan Tal- 
cott. 

Hamden, W. M. White. 

Madison, Reynold Webb. 

North Madison, George E. Perkins. 

Meriden, Gardiner Barlow. 

West Meriden, B. H. Catlin. 

Middlebury, Jacob Linsley, Robert Crane, W. C. 
Catlin. 

Milford, Andrew French, Hull Allen, L. N. Beards- 
ley. 

Naugatuck, J. D. Mears, Timothy Langdon. 

North Branford, Sheldon Beardsley. 

North Haven, Anson Moody, C. B. Foote. 

Oxford, Noah Stone, John Lounsbury. 

Southbury, A. B. Burritt. 

South Britain, N. C. Baldwin. 

Wallingford, Lyman Parker, Benjamin F. Harrison. 

Yalesville, C. B. McCarty. 

Waterbury, Joseph Porter, Daniel Porter, Jr., M. C. 
Leavenworth, G. L, Piatt, W. W. Rodman, A. N. Bell. 

Woodbridge. Isaac Goodsell, Andrew Castle. 

Wolcott, Henry Byington. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

Avery Downer, M. D., Chairman. 
John C. Bolles, M. D., Clerk. 
New London, Archibald Mercer, Dyer T. Brainard, 



SOCIETIES. 99 

Nathaniel S. Perkins, James Morgan, Isaac G. Porter, 
Wm. W. Miner, Charles E. Ames, James Rogers, Seth 
Smith. 

Norwich — Richard P. Tracy, Worthington Hooker, 
Chauncey Burgess, Elijah Dyer, Jr., Elisha Phinney, 
Benjamin T. Roath, Rufus W. Mathewson, Jonathan 
W. Brooks, B. F. Barker, Ashbel B. Haile, John D. 
Ford, Robert A. Manwaring. 

Bozrah — Samuel Johnson. 

Colchester — Ezekiel W. Parsons, Frederick Morgan, 
James R. Dow. 

East Lyme — John L. Smith, Austin F, Perkins. 

Franklin — Ashbel Woodward. 

Jewett City — Lucius Tyler, Alonzo Fuller. 

Groton — Joseph Durfee. 

Portersville — John O.Miner, Benjamin F. Stoddard, 
Elias F. Coats. 

Lebanon — Joseph Comstock, Erastus Osgood, Rich- 
ard P. Greene. 

Gales' Ferry — H. H. Loomis. 

Lisbon — Vine Smith, 

Lyme — Richard Noyes, John Noyes, Shubael F. 
Bartlett. 

Hamburgh — John C. M. Brock way. 

Pleasant Valley — William W. J. Warren. 

Montville — Ephraim Fellows. 

Uncasville — Jedediah R. Gay, John C. Bolles. 

North Stonington — Thomas P. Wattles, Alvah Gray. 

Preston — Avery Downer, Eleazer B. Downing. 

Poquetannoc — H. W. Coats. 

Salem — John P. Fuller, William A. Babcock. 

Stonington— William Robertson, William Hyde, 
George E. Palmer, Wm. Hyde, Jr. 

Mystic — Mason Manning. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Daniel Comstock, M. D., Chairman. 
Samuel Beach, M. D., Clerk. 
Fairfield — Jeremiah T. Denison, S. P. V. R. Ten 
Broeck. 
Greenfield — Rufus Blakeman. 



100 SOCIETIES. 

Southport — Justus Sherwood. 

Bridgeport — Samuel Simons. Samuel Beach, D. £L 
Nash, William L. Watson. 

Brookfield — Noah A. Lacey, A. L. Williams. 

Danbury— Daniel Comstock, R. B. Botsford r E. P. 
Bennett. 

Darien — Warren Percival. 

Easton — Lloyd Seely, James Baldwin. 

Huntington — James H. Shelton. 

Monroe— Sturges Bulkley, Salmon H. Hall. 

New Canaan — Samuel S. Noyes, Lewis Richards. 

Newtown — Cyrenius H. Booth, E. Irwin, George 
Judson, Thomas Dutton. 

Norwalk — John A. M'Lean, E. Bissell, Ira Gregory. 

Redding — Charles Gorham. 

Stamford — Chauncey Ayres, N, D. Haight. 

Stratford — Wm. T. Shelton, John Goulding. 

Trumbull — Elijah Middlebrook, Stephen Middle- 
brook, George Dyer, E. B Middlebrook. 

Westport— George Blackman, J. Jauncey. 

Wilton — Sylvester Mead. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Hiram Holt, M. D., Chairman. 
James B. Whitcomb, M. D., Clerk. 

Brooklyn, James B. Whitcomb, Daniel M, Hale. 

Ashford — John H. Simmons. 

Eastford — Roderick Stebbins. 

Canterbury — Elijah Baldwin, Joseph Palmer. 

Chaplin — Orrin Witter. 

Hampton— Dyer Hughes. 

Killingly — Justin Hammond. 

North Killingly — Henry W. Hough, Fenner H. 
Peckham. 

South Killingly — Daniel A. Hovey. 

West Killingly— David E. Hall, Samuel Hutchins. 

Plainfield — Morey Burgess, Wm. H. Campbell, Wm. 
H. Cogswell, Prosper K. Hutchinson. 

Plainfield Central P. 0.— Elijah Baldwin, jr. 

Pomfret — Hiram Holt, Lewis Williams. 



SOCIETIES. 10 1 

Abington — Elisha Williams, 
Sterling— Nathan S. Pike 
Thompson- Samuel Bowen. 
Voluntown — Harvey Campbell. 
Windham— Chester Hunt, William Webb. 
Willimantic — William Witter, John Hill, jr. 
Scotland — Calvin B. Bromley. 
Woodstock, North — Asa Witter. 
South Woodstock^-Lorenzo Marcy. 
West Woodstock — Eieazer Litchfield, Milton Brad- 
ford. 



LITCHFIELD COUKTY, 

William J. Barry, M. D., Chairman. 
J. G. Beckwith, M. D., Clerk. 

Litchfield — Wm. Buel, Samuel Euel, J. G. Beck- 
with, R. M. Woodruff, George Seymour. 

South Farms — Garry H. Miner. 

Northfield— R. S. Woodward. 

Barkhamsted — F. B. Graham. 

Bethlem — Loomis North. 

Bridge water-— Horace Judson. 

Canaan — Albert A. Wright, George Adam. 

South Canaan — John A. Gillett. 

Cornwall — Burritt B„ North. 

West Cornwall— Samuel W. Gold, John Scovell. 

Colebrook — Wm. B. Deforest. 

Gaylord's Bridge— Gamaliel H. St. John. 

Goshen— Harvey Baldwin, A. M. Huxley. 

Harwinton — E. J. Woodward. 

Kent— Wells Beardsley, Johnson C. Hatch, Eliada 
Osborne. 

New Hartford, North'— Myron R. Hubbard. 

Bakersville — John Yale. 

New Miiford— Jehiei Williams, Wm. B. Lacy, Geo. 
O. Taylor. ' 

Norfolk— Benjamin Welch, Wm. W. Welch, W. 
Cockie. 

Plymouth — Samuel T. Salisbury. 

Plymouth Hollow— Wm. Woodruff. 



102 SOCIETIES. 

Roxbury — Myron Downs. 
Salisbury — O. Plumb. 
Furnace Village — Benjamin Welch, Jr. 
Sharon— Ralph Deming, Chauncey Reed. 
Ellsworth — Elmore Everett. 
Wolcottville — Erastus Bancroft, 0. B. Freeman. 
Warren — Norman Lyman. 
Woodville — Manly Peters. 
Washington — R. M. Fowler. 
New Preston — Sidney H. Lyman, Edward P. Lyman. 
Watertown — John De Forest. 
Winchester — James Welch. 
Woodbury — Rosweli Abernethy, Charles H. Webb, 
Thomas T. Seely. 
Terryville — Charles Byington. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

David Harrison, M. D., Chairman. 
William B. Casey, M. D., Clerk. 

Middletown — Richard Warner, Joseph Barrett, 
Thomas Miner, Charles Woodward, Wm. B. Casey, 
David Harrison, Hamilton Brewer, Franklin Woodruff, 

Chatham — Charles Smith, Francis G. Edgerton. 

Chester — Ambrose Pratt. 

Durham — Benjamin M. Fowler. 

East Haddam — Asa M. Holt, Datus Williams, Elisha 
B. Nye. 

Haddam — Ira Hutchinson. 

Higganum — Wm. H. Tremaine. 

Killingworth — Rufus Turner. 

Portland — George 0. Jarvis, Stephen A. Fuller, G. C. 
H. Gilbert. ' 

Saybrook — Asa H. King. 

Essex — Alanson H. Hough, Frederick W. Shepard. 

Deep River — Rufus Baker. 

Westbrook — Horace Burr, Josiah H. Beecher. 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Earl Swift, M. D., Chairman. 
Ahijah Ladd, M. D., Clerk. 



SOCIETIES. 103 

Tolland — Oliver K. Isham. 

Andover — Adonijah White. 

Bolton — Orrin Hunt, Charles F. Sumner. 

Columbia — Harrison Mcintosh. 

Coventry, North — Eleazer Hunt. 

Coventry, South — Timothy Dimock. 

Ellington — Allen Hyde, Joseph C. Dow, J. H. Man- 
ning. 

Hebron — John S. Peters, Orrin C. .White, Jacob 0. 
JLoomis. 

Mansfield, North— Norman Brigham, Wm. H. Rich- 
ardson. 

Mansfield, South— Earl Swift. 

Somers — Orson Wood, Erasmus E. Hamilton, Wm. 
B. Woods. 

Stafford, East— William N. Clark, Ahijah Ladd. 

Stafford, West— Joshua C. Blodget. 

Union — Ebenezer Lindsley. 

Vernon — Scottoway Hinckley, Alden Skinner. 

Willington — Francis L. Dickinson. 



SUMMARY OF ORDINARY MEMBERS. 




' Taxable. 


Not Taxable. 


Total. 


Hartford County, 


76 


3 


79 


New Haven County, 


67 


S 


75 


New London County, 


51 


8 


59 


Fairfield County, 


36 


4 


40. 


Litchfield County, 


46 


7 


53 


Windham County, 


33 


1 


34 


Middlesex County, 


27 





27 


Tolland County, 


22 


4 


26 



Total, 358 35 393 



104 COLLEGES. 

Colleges and Academies. 



YALE COLLEGE, NEW HAVEN. 



PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS. 

Rev. Theodore D. Woolsey, LL. D., President, His 
Exc. Isaac Toucey, LL. D„ His Honor Noyes Billings, 
Rev. David Smith, D. D., Rev. Noah Porter, D. D., 
Rev. Daniel Dow, D. D., Rev. Aaron Dutton, Rev. Abel 
McEwen, Rev. Diodate Brockway, Rev. 'Samuel R. 
Andrew, Rev. Theophilus Smith, Hon. John Stewart, 
Hon. Sherwood Raymond, Hon. Samuel Ingham, Hon. 
Isaac W. Stuart, Hon. Dudley R. Wheeler, Hon. Tim- 
othy Dimock, Rev. Jeremiah Day, D. D., LL. D., Rev. 
Joel Hawes, D. D. 

MEDICAL EXAMINERS. 

Archibald Welch, M. D., ex officio. 
George Sumner, M . D. 
Josiah G. Beckwith, M. D. 
William H. Coggswell, M. D. * 
Rufus Blakeman, M. D. 
Richard Warner, M. D. 

FACULTY AND INSTRUCTORS. 

Rev. Theodore D. Woolsey, LL. D., President, and 
Professor of the Greek Language and Literature. 

Hon. David Daggett, LL. D., Kent Prof essor of Law. 

Benjamin Silliman, M. D., LL. D., Professor of 
Chemistry, Pharmacy r , Mineralogy? and Geology. 

James L. Kingsley, LL. D., Professor of the Latin 
Language and Literature. 

Eli Ives, M. D., Professor of the Theory and Prac- 
tice of Physic. 

Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, D. D., Dwight Professor 
of Didactic Theology. 



COLLEGES. 105 

Jonathan Knight, M. D., Professor of the Principles 
and Practice of Surgery. 

Timothy P. Beers, M. D„ Professor of Obstetrics. 

Josiah W. Gibbs, M. A., Professror of Sacred Lite- 
rature. 

Rev. Eleazer T. Fitch, D. D., Livingston Professor 
of Divinity. 

Rev. Chauncey A. Goodrich, D. D., Professor of the 
Pastoral Charge. 

Denison Olmsted, LL. D., Munson Professor of Nat- 
ural Philosophy and Astronomy. 

Hon. William L. Storrs, LL. D., Professor of Law. 

Charles Hcoker, M. D., Professor of Anatomy and 
Physiology. 

Isaac H. Townsend, M. A., Professor of Law. 

Rev. William A. Larned,M. A., Professor of Rheto- 
ric and English Literature. 

Henry Bronson, M. D., Professor of Materia Med- 
ica and Therapeutics. 

Anthony D. Stanley, M. A., Professor of Mathe- 
matics. 

Rev. Noah Porter, 'M. A.* Clark Professor of Moral 
Philosophy and Metaphysics. 

Edward E. Salisbury, M. A., Professor of the Arabic 
and Sanskrit Languages and Literature. 

Charles U. Shepard, M. D., Lecturer in Natural 
History. 

Thomas A. Thatcher, M. A., Assistant Professor of 
the Latin Language and Literature. 

Benjamin Silliman, Jr., M. A., Professor of Chem- 
istry and the kindred Sciences as applied to the Arts. 

John P. Norton, M. A., Professor of Agricultural 
Chemistry and Vegetable and Animal Physiology. 

Joseph G. E. Larned, M. A., Tutor in Latin. 

Daniel P. Noyes, M. A., Tutor in Greek. 

Samuel Brace, M. A., Tutor in Greek. 

Joseph Emerson, M. A., Tutor in Latin. 

Azariah Eldridge, B. A., Tutor in Natural Phi- 
losophy. 

James Hadley, M. A., Tutor in Greek. 

Charles Long, M. A., Tutor in Mathematics 



IOC COLLEGES. 

Erasmus D. North, M. D., Instructor in Elocution. 

Francis Bradley, Assistant in Practical Astronomy. 

Francois Turner, Instructor in the French and Span- 
ish Languages. 

Robert Bake well, Instructor in Drawing and Per* 
spective. 

Sigemond Waterman, Instructor in German. 

Giuseppe Artoni, Instructor in Italian. 

SUMMARY. 

Theological Students, - ... 53 

Law Students, - - - - -52 
Medical Students, ... 52 

Resident Graduates 5 

Seniors, - - - - - 121 

Juniors, 90 

Sophomores, 112 

Freshmen, - ... 99 

Under graduates, - 422 

Total, 584 

COMMENCEMENT. 

The Annual Commencement is on the third Thurs- 
day in August. 

VACATIONS. 

1. Six weeks, beginning at commencement, the third 
Thursday in August. 

2. Two weeks, from the first Wednesday in January. 

3. Four weeks, from the last Wednesday in April. 



TRINITY COLLEGE, HARTFORD. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Silas Totten, S. T. D., President, ex officio, Tit. 
Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, S. T. D., LL. D., Rev. Harry 
Croswell, S. T. D., Charles Sigourney, Esq., Hon. John 
S. Peters, LL. D., William H. Imlay, Esq., Samuel Tu- 
dor, Esq. Hon. Seth P. Beers, Rev. Wm Jarvis, Hon. 
Isaac Toucey, Hon. Samuel H. Huntington, Hon. Wm. 



COLLEGES. 107 

W. Boardman,Rev. Frederick Holcomb, S. T. D.,Rev. 
Stephen Jewett, Rev. Geo Burgess, D. D., Wm. H. Sco- 
vill, Esq., Robert Watkinson, Esq., Thomas Belknap, 
Esq., Rev. William Cooper Mead, S. T. D., George 
Brinley, Esq., Rev. S. Farmar Jarvis, S. T.D., LL. D., 
Rev. Robert A. Hallam, Rev. A. Cleveland Coxe, John 
T. Adams, Esq. 

Secretary of the Board. — Hon. Samuel H. Hunt- 
ington. 

Treasurer. — Thomas Belknap, Esq. 



CHANCELLOR. 

Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, S. T. D., LL. D. 

BOARD OF FELLOWS. 

Fellows. — Rev. S. Farmar Jarvis, s. t. d., ll. d., Rev. 
Jonathan M. Wainwright, s. t. d., Hon. Wm. W. Board- 
man, a. m., Rev. Thomas W. Coit, s. t. d., Rev. Wm. 
Croswell, a. m., Rev. Horatio Potter, s. t. d. 

Junior Fellows. — Edward Goodman, a. m., Hon. 
James W. Gordon, a. m., Rev. Nathaniel E.Corn- 
wall, a. m., Rev. E. Edwards Beardsley, a. m., Rev. 
William Payne, a. m., Rev. John Williams, a. m. 



Rev. Silas Totten, s. t. d., President and Hobart 
Professor of Belle Lettres and Oratory. 

Duncan L. Stewart, a. m., Professor of Ancient 
Languages. 

Rev. A. Jackson, a. m., Professor of Moral and } In- 
tellectual Philosophy, and Lecturer on Chemistry. 

John Brocklesby, a. m., Professor of Mathematics 
and JVatural Philosophy. 

George Sumner, m. d., Professor of Botany. 

Hon. William W. Ellsworth, ll. d., Professor of 
Law. 

Samuel B. Beresford, m. d., Lecturer on Anatomy 
and Physiology. 

Thomas R. Pynchon, a. m., Tutor. 

Rev. A. Jackson, Librarian. 



108 COLLEGES. 

SUMMARY. 

Resident Graduates, - 3 

Seniors, ------ 18 

Juniors, - - - - - - 15 

Sophomores, - - - - - 19 • 

Freshmen, * 15 

70 

COMMENCEMENT. 

The annual commencement is on the first Thursday 
in August. 

VACATrONS. 

1. Seven weeks from commencement 

2. Two weeks from the Thursday before the 25th of 
December. 

3. Four weeks from the Thursday before the 12th of 
April. 



WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, MIDDLETOWN. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Laban Clark, Middletown ; Rev. Heman Bangs, 
New Haven; Hon. Isaac Kellogg, New Hartford; 
Aaron Sanford, Esq., Redding ; James L. Phelps, M. 
D., New York; John L. Smith, Esq., Middletown; 
Rev. Joseph A. Merrill, Wilbraham, Mass.; William 
J. Trench, Esq., Middletown; Samuel Russell, Esq., 
Middletown; Hon. Elijah Hubbard, Middletown; Jon- 
athan Barnes, Esq., Middletown ; Hon. Wm. L. Storrs, 
Middletown; Hon. Samuel D. Hubbard, Middletown; 
Hon. Ebenezer Jackson, Middletown ; Rev. Charles 
Adams, M. A., Boston, Mass.; Rev. Stephen Olin, D. 
D.,LL. D., Middletown; Rev. Ezekiel Robinson, Red- 
field, Maine; Charles Woodward, M. D., Middletown; 
George Andrews, Esq., Watertown, N. Y. ; Rev. Geo. 
Gary, Vernon, N. Y. ; Hon. James Harper, New York ; 
Jacob Sleeper, Esq., Boston, Mass. ; Rev. Schuyler 
Seager, M. A., Rochester, N. Y. ; Rev. Benjamin R. 



ACADEMIES. 109 

Hoyt, Claremont, N. H. ; Elisha Harris, Esq., War- 
ren, R. I. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Stephen Olin, D. D., LL. D., President. 

Augustus W. Smith, M. A., Professor of Mathe- 
matics and Astronomy. 

Rev. Joseph HoUlich, D. D., Professor of Moral 
Science and Belles Lettres. 

John Johnston, M. A., Professor of JVatural Sci- 
ence. 

Harvey B. Lane, M. A., Professorofthe Greek and 
Latin Languages. 

William F. Smith, M. A., Tutor in the Languages. 

Reuben H. Loomis, B. A., Tutor in the Mathematics. 

John Johnston, M. A., Librarian. 

PRUDENTIAL COMMITTEE. 

Rev. Stephen Olin, D. D., LL. D., Chairman ; Rev. 
Laban Clark, John L. Smith, Esq., Rev. James Floy, 
William J. Trench, Esq., Charles Woodward, M. D., 
Samuel Russel, Esq , Joseph Tobey, Esq., Secretary ; 
Prof. Augustus W. Smith. 

Commencement 1st Wednesday in August 

THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF CONNECTICUT. 

Rev. Bennet Tyler, D. D., President. 

Rev. Edward W. Hooker, D. D., Professor of Eccle- 
siastical History and Church Government. 

Rev. William Thompson, A. M. Professor of Biblical 
Literature. 



LITERARY INSTITUTION, SUFFIELD. 

Charles C. Burnett, Principal. 
Palmer Gallup, Assistant. 
Sheldon Hitchcock, Steward. 
Commencement, 1st Wednesday in August. 



110 SURVEYORS. 

BACON ACADEMY. 

Henry T. Steele, Principal. 

James S. Eaton, J. C. Shepard, Primary Depart- 
ment. 

Miss Malissa P. Hunt, Principal of the Female De- 
partment. 

Misses E. Champlin and L. Strong, Teachers in the 
Primary Department. 

Three terms. Vacation, August, January and May. 

Founded, 1802. Number of Scholars 225. Fund, 
$35,000. 



EPISCOPAL ACADEMY r CHESHIRE. 

Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, D. D., LL. D., Presi- 
dent, ex officio. 

Rev. Seth E. Paddock, Principal. 

Asa J. Driggs, M. D. Secretary and Treasurer. 

LAND SURVEYORS OF CONNECTICUT. 

James C. Palmer, New Haven, Surveyor General. 

DEPUTIES. 

County of Hartford, Nathaniel Goodwin, Hartford. 

" New London, Asa Roath, Norwich. 

99 Fairfield, Harvey Smith, Ridgefield. 

" Windham, Zepheniah Palmer, Windham. 

" Litchfield, William M. Burrall, Canaan, 

" Middlesex, Ebenezer B. White, Portland. 

" Tolland, Novatus Chapman, Tolland. 



CITIES. Ill 

Incorporated Cities. 
HARTFORD. 

Amos M. Collins, Mayor. 

Seth Terry, Recorder. 

Aldermen and Judges. 

Timothy M. Allen, Philip Ripley. 

Albert Day, > aiJ 

Barzillai Hudson, \ Mermen. 

Common Council. 

Charles Wells, E. B. Pratt, Walter Pease Jr., Mi- 
chael Chauncey, Ezra Clark, Jr., Guy R. Phelps. Hoyt 
Freeman, Wm. B. Ely, Charles T. Webster, Charles 
Benton, Joseph Morgan, Gurdon Robins, Perry Smith, 
Wm. J. Hamersley, Manna Case, Samuel Woodruff, 
Edwin D. Tiffany, John H. Goodwin, Sam. E. Chap- 
man, Josiah S. Rice. 

Clerk. Henry Francis. 

Clerk of City Court. James C. Walkley. 

Treasurer* Nathaniel Goodwin. 

Auditor. James C. Walkley. 

Collector. Henry Hastings. 

Sheriffs. Henry Hastings, IsTathan Starkweather. 

City Court held on the 1st Monday in each month. 

Annual Meeting, 3d Monday in April. 

NEW HAVEN. 

Henry Peck, Mayor. 

Aldermen and Judges. 
Beriah Bradley, Marcus Merriman, Jr. 
Atwater Treat, > ai , 
Nathan Smith, i^ 7 ^""^ 
Common Council. 
Willis Bristol, Charles Nettleton, Matthew G. El- 
liott, Elihu ^anford, Jr., Cornelius Wildman, William 



112 CITIES. 

Jennings, James T. Hemmingway, Harris Smith, Bela 
Lord, Wm. A. Reynolds, (Wooster st.,) Charles P. 
Hubbell, Benjamin Silliman, Jr., Lucius R. Finch, 
Henry Trowbridge, Jr., Lucius G. Peck, Julius Tyler, 
Wooster Hotchkiss, Noah Chandler, Samuel B. Gor- 
ham, Nicholas Hollenbeck. 

Clerk. Joseph Wood. 

Collector. Gardner Morse. 

Treasurer. Amos Townsend, Jr. 

Auditor. Enos A. Prescott. 

Sheriffs. Scovil Hinman, Joseph Fairchild. 

City Court held on the 1st Tuesday in each month. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Monday in June. 



NEW LONDON. 

John P. C. Mather, Mayor. 

Aldermen and Judges. 
John Dickinson, Dyer T. Brainard. 
N. S. Perkins, Jr.,} a1 , 
Thomas Fitch, 2d! \\^ermen. 

Common Council: 

Peter D. Irish, Wm. Albertson, Chas. JL Strickland, 
R. K. Waller, James A. Smith, Edward H. Learned, 
Wm. Holt, J. W. Tibbals,E. H. Douglass, C. L. Daboll. 

Clerk. Edwin R. Belden. 

Treasurer. Edward Prentiss. 

Sheriffs. Elisha Douglass, Joshua Hamilton. 

Attorney. A. C. Lippitt. 

City Court held on the 1st Monday in each month. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Monday in June. 



NORWICH. 

Charles W. Rockwell, Mayor. 

Erastus Williams, > Aldprmen ( James L. Day, 
Charles Thurber, J ^Mermen. J L F g Fogter 



CITIES. 113 

Common Council. 

Edward Chappell, J. A. Griswold, A. W. Prentice. 
J. M. Huntington, George Coit, J. B. Bromley, A. E. 
Cobb, W. E. Park. 

Clerk. David Young. 

Treasurer. Lyman Brewer. 

Sheriffs. Frederick Prentice, Edward W. Eells. 

City Court held on the 2d Monday in each month. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Monday in June. 



MIDDLETOWN. 

Horace Clark, Mayor. 

Samuel, Cooper, Recorder. 

Barzillai D. Sae^e, \ a 7 j ( Thomas Miner, 

Wm. Woodward, J J1Laermen " \ Chas. C. Tyler. 
Common Council. 

Sylvester Adams, Benj. Douglass, Daniel H. Chase, 
Joseph Lewis, Nath. Smith, Arnold Watson, Charles 
H. Pelton, Hiram Hubbard, Henry Atkins. 

Clerk and Treasurer. John Fisk. 

Sheriffs. Nehemiah H. Closson, Gera Goodell. 

City Court held on the 2d Tuesday in each month. 

Annual Meeting, 3d Monday in January. 



BRIDGEPORT. 

Henry K. Harral, Mayor. 

Daniel Thatcher, \ a hlfrmpn $ Hanford Lyon, 
Ira Sherman, $ Aldermen. £ Daniel Q wheeler 

Common Council. 
Sherman Hartwell, Charles B. Hubbell, Joshua Lord, 
Nathaniel S. Wordin, Russell Tomlinson, Philo C. 
Calhoun, Aaron B. Sherwood, Philo Hurd, Daniel Ster- 
ling, Charles DeForest, Alfred Bishop, Stephen Silli- 
man, Samuel F. Hurd, Smith Tweedy, Isaac M. Conk- 



114 BOROUGHS. 

lin, Charles B. Middlebrook, George Kippen, Charles I j 
Foote, Dwight Morris, Elbert E. Hubbell. | I 

Clerk. Stephen Hawley 

Treasurer. Joseph Thompson. 

Sheriffs. George Wade, John Stevenson. 



Boroughs. 
COLCHESTER. 



Enoch Brown, Warden. 
Burgesses. A. B. Pierce, J. C. Hammond, A. G. 
Fitch, James Lamb, Wm. Morney, S. A. Kellogg, 
Clerk and Treasurer. A. R Park. 
Bailiff. J. B. Wheeler. 



STONINGTON. 

Charles T. Stanton, Warden. 

Burgesses. Benjamin Pomeroy, Azariah Stanton, 
Giles C. Smith, Hiram Shaw, Benjamin Pendleton, 
Orrin Doty. 

Clerk and Treasurer. Oliver York, 

Bailiff. C. H. Allen. 



ESSEX. 

Nathan Pratt, Warden. 
Burgesses. H. L. Champlin, Samuel Ingham, Arn- 
»a Pratt, C. R. Doan, Joy Post, Jr., A. W. Post. 
Clerk and Treasurer. John G. Hay den. 
Bailiff. Sylvester Munger. 



DANBURY. 

Samufl W. Jennings, Warden. 
Burgesses. Starr Nichols, F. S. Wildman, D. D. 



BOROUGHS. 115 

Wildman, T. W. Sprague, Samuel C. Wildman, E. B. 
Osborn, S. A. Hurlbut, Wm. Montgomery. 

Treasurer. D. P. Nichols. 

Clerk. Wm. P. Comstock. 

Bailiff. Wm. H. Banks. 



STAMFORD. 

James H. Hoyt, Warden. 

Burgesses. John H.Leeds, S. B. Provost, J. B. Sco- 
field, Roswell Hoyt, Edwin Bishop, E. S. Holley, J. P. 
Tobias. 

Clerk. Chauncey Ayres. 

Treasurer. Stephen B. Provost. 



LITCHFIELD. 

Josiah G. Beckwith, President 

Clerk. S. Trowbridge. 
Treasurer. Abel Catlin. 
Bailiff. D. C. Bulkley. 



NORWALK. 

Stiles Curtis, Warden. 
Burgesses. Charles Thomas, S. H. Bailey, Milton 
Durand, Asa Hill, Samuel Jarvis. 
Bailiff. George W. Selleck. 
Prosecutor. Sidney B. Beardsley. 



WORTHINGTON. 

Joseph Whittlesey, Warden. 
Burgesses. S. C. Wilcox, William Bulkley, James 
Guernsey, B. R. Fanning, Timothy Boardman. 
Clerk. Alfred North. 



116 BANKS* 



Banks. 



HARTFORD BANK. 

David F. Robinson, President. 
Henry A. Perkins, Cashier. 

Directors. — David F. Robinson, Edmund G. Howe, 
Joseph Trumbull, Charles H. Northam, James B. Hos- 
iner, Barzillai Hudson, Hezekiah B. Chaffee, James 
Cowles, Francis Parsons, James M. Bunce, Robert 
Buell. 

Attorney, Francis Parsons. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 

Annual Meeting, second Thursday in June. 

Dividends, semi-annually in June and December, 

Capital Stock, $1,134,600. 



PHOENIX BANK. 

George Beach, President. 
John L. Bunce, Cashier. 

Directors — George Beach, Cyprian Nichols, Thomas 
Belknap, Henry Lewis, Thomas Smith, Wm. T. Lee, 
Seth J. North, Thomas Day, George Plummer, S. S„ 
Ward, J. S. Morgan. 

Attorney, Walter Mitchell. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 

Annual Meeting, first Tuesday in September. 

Dividends, Semi-annually, inJVIarch and September. 

Capital Stock, $1,276,000. 



Branch of the Phoenix Bank y at Litelifield. 

Theron Beach, President. 
G. F. Davis. Cashier. 
Directors— Theron Beach, Samuel P. Bolles, Oliver 



BANKS. 117 

Goodwin, John C. Coffing, G. F. Davis, George C. 
Woodruff, Lemuel Hurlbut. 
Samuel Buel. 
Attorney, 0. S. Seymour. 



CONNECTICUT RIVER BANKING COMPANY. 

William H. Imlay, President. 
Edwin Spencer, Cashier. 
C. C. Athley, Teller. 
Directors — William H. Imlay, Alfred Smith, Daniel 
Buck, Joseph Church, Miles A. Tuttle, Chester Bulk- 
ley, G. M. Bartholomew, Daniel P. Crosby, John F. 
Judd. 

Attorney, Francis Parsons. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Annual Meeting, first Tuesday in January. 
Capital Stock, $250,000. 



FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK. 

Horace Goodwin, 2d ; President. 
William T. Hooker, Cashier. 

Directors — Horace Goodwin, 2d, Joseph Pratt, Lu- 
ther Loomis, Sam'l G. Savage, Elbridge Cutler, Horace 
Belden, Henry Keeney, Jas. Goodwin, Henry Thomp- 
son, Walter Pease, Jr., Charles Boswell, Giles P. 
Grant, William Indicott. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 

Dividends, semi-annually, in May and November. 

Annual Meeting, first Tuesday in May. 

Capital Stock, $531,700, with liberty to increase to 
$1,000,000. 



EXCHANGE BANK. 



Roderick Terry, President. 
Elisha Colt, Cashier. 
Directors — Roderick Terry, Ebenezer Flower, Wm. 
L. Collins, Norman Porter, Horatio N. Case, Griffin A. 



118 BANKS. 

Stedman, Daniel W. Clark, William W. Ellsworth, 
Albert W. Butler, Charles F. Pond, Chauncey Ives, 
Solomon Porter, Ezra Clark, Jr. 

Attorney, Francis Fellowes. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 

Annual Meeting, second Tuesday in July. 

Capital Stock, $524,880 ; paid in $400,000. 



HARTFORD SAVINGS BANK. 

Ward Woodbridge President. 
Calvin Day, Secretary. 
Reuben Langdon, Treasurer. 
O. Allen, Assistant Treasurer. 
Vice Presidents — James H. Wells, Cyprian Nichols, 
Samuel Tudor, James B. Hosmer, John Butler, Charles 
Hosmer, Barzillai Hudson, Thomas K. Brace, Stephen 
Spencer, Solomon Porter, Charles Seymour, Jeremy 
Hoadley. 

Trustees — Henry A. Perkins, Albert Day, Francis 
Parsons, Charles Sheldon, John W. Bull, Haynes L. 
Porter, Jesse Savage, Amos M. Collins, Edward Good- 
win, Ezra S. Hamilton, William Rogers, Calvin Day, 
William T. Hooker, Edmund G. Howe, Henry Perkins, 
Harvey Seymour, Gideon Welles, Benjamin W. Greene, 
Albert W. Butler, Joseph Church, Edwin Spencer, Ei'i- 
sha Colt, Charles Boswell. 

Annual Meeting in June, and semi-annual meeting 
in December. 



NEW HAVEN BANK. 

Henry Denison, President. 
Amos Townsend, Jr., Cashier. 
Directors — Henry Denison, Henry Trowbridge, Tim- 
othy Bishop, Roger S. Baldwin, Isaac H, Townsend, 
Zebul Bradley, Caleb Brintnal. 

Discount days, Monday and Thursday evening. 
Hours of business, from 10 A, M. to 3 P. M. 



BANKS. 119 



Annual Meeting, first Thursday in July. 
Capital Stock, $364,000. 



MECHANICS BANK, NEW HAVEN. 

John Fitch, President. 
John W. Fitch, Cashier. 
Directors — John Fitch, Joseph N. Clark, Caleb Mix, 
Elias Hotchkiss, L. G. Cannon, Simeon Marble, Elihu 
Sanford, Henry White, Nathaniel F. Thompson. 
Discount days, Mondays and Fridays. 
Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. 
Annual Meeting, first Monday in July. 
Capital Stock, $300,000 in shares of $60, 



CITY BANK, NEW HAVEN. 

William Johnson, President. 
Stephen D. Pardee, Cashier. 
Directors — William Johnson, David Daggett, Zelotes 
Day, Dennis Kimberly, Ezra C. Reed, Joseph E. Shef- 
field, Sherman Smith, John Bradley, Chas. H. Judson. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. 
Capital Stock, $500,000, pa id in. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY BANK. 

Henry Hotchkiss, President. 
Ransom Burritt, Cashier. 

Directors— Henry Hotchkiss, E. Hull, Smith Tuttle, 
Lewis Hotchkiss, Matthew G. Elliott, T. R. Trow- 
bridge, Leverett Griswold, Harvey Sanford, William 
B. Bristol. 

Annual Meeting, first Wednesday in July. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Hours of business from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. 

Capital Stock, $500,000. 



120 BANKS. 



NEW HAVEN SAVINGS BANK. 

Henry White, President. 

Vice Presidents — Leverett Griswoid, Elihu Atwater, 
Elihu Sanford, Wooster Hotchkiss. 

Trustees — John Durrie, Stephen D. Pardee, Marcus 
Merriman, Jr., Amos Townsend, Jr., Philos Blake, 
Henry Peck, HenryjHotchkiss, Henry Sanford,John W, 
Fitch, William H. Ellis. 

William G. Hooker, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Capital, $335,000. 



MER1DEN BANK. 

Walter Booth, President. 
John A. Butler, Cashier. 
Directors — Walter Booth, Ashbel Griswoid, Noah 
Pomroy, Elijah Paddock, Enos H. Curtis, Russel Coe, 
Samuel Vale, Henry C. Butler, Osborn Coe< 
Attorney, Benjamin Andrews. 
Discount day, every Wednesday. 
Annual Meeting, first Monday in November. 
Capital Stock, §150,000. 



UNION BANK, NEW LONDON. 

Jonathan Starr, President. 
Joseph C. Sistare, Cashier. 

Directors — Jonathan Starr, Robert Coit, John O. Mi- 
ner, Bela Peck, William Marvin, Felix Ansart, Edward 
Hallam, James Morgan, Nathaniel Matson, Alfred 
White, L. Coit, J. C. Sistare, Richard McCurdy. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Hours of business from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 
to 4 P. M. 

Annual Meeting, first Tuesday in June. 

Capital Stock, §100,000. 



BANKS. 121 

NEW LONDON BANK. 

Jacob B. Gurley, President. 
E. F. Dutton, Cashier. 

Directors— Jacob B. Gurley, Isaac Thompson, Jona- 
than Coit, Asa Otis* Stephen J. Lord, John Hudson. 
Wm. P. Benjamin, D. T. Brainard, Ezra Chappell. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 
to 4 P. M. 

Annual meeting, 1st Tuesday in July. 

Capital Stock, $300,000, 



WHALING BANK. 

Peter C. Turner, President. 

Joseph C. Douglass, Cashier. f 

Directors — Peter C. Turner, Joseph Lawrence, John 
Brandegee, W. A. Weaver, Abner Bassett, Acors 
Barnes, F. W. Holt, Samuel Ingham, Charles J. Mc- 
Curdy, Belton A. Copp, Gilbert Rogers. 

Attorney, Andrew C. Lippett. 

Discount days. Mondays and Fridays. 

Hours of Business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 
to 4 P. M. 

Annual meeting, 1st Monday in July. 

Capital Stock, $300,000. 



NEW LONDON SAVINGS BANK. 

Ebenezer Learned, President. 

Vice Presidents —Robert Coit, Jonathan Starr, A. 
Otis. 

Directors — Archibald Mercer, Noyes Billings, C. S. 
Stockman, Thomas W. Williams. 

Joseph C. Sistare, Secretary and Treasurer. 



122 BANKS. 

NORWICH BANK. 

Jabez Huntington, President. 
Charles Johnson, Cashier. 
Frank Johnson, Ass't. do, ~ 
Directors— Jabez Huntington, J. G. W. Trumbull, 
Nathaniel Shipman, Jedediah Huntington, John Isham, 
Jacob W. Kinney, Joseph Williams, George Bliss, Pat- 
rick Fanning, Henry Strong, Joseph Otis, Jabez W. 
Huntington, James S. Treet, Russell Hubbard. 
Attorney, George Perkins. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Annual Meeting in June. 
Dividend in January and July. 
Capital Stock, $210,000. 



THAMES BANK. 

Edward Whiting, President, 
L. Brewer, Cashier. 

Directors— Edward Whiting, Adam Larrabee, "Wal- 
ter Lester, Geo. Hill, Nathaniel Parish, Bucklin Ma- 
thewson, James Stedman, Jno. F. Slater, James M. 
Huntington, Franklin H. Nichols. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Annual Meeting, 4th Monday in June. 

Dividend in March and September. 

Capital Stock, $200,000. 



QUINEBAUG BANK. 

Samuel C. Morgan, President. 
Daniel Trumbull, Cashier. 

Directors — Samuel C Morgan, Henry B. Norton, 
Frderick Prentice, Jedediah Leavens, Erastus Wil- 
liams, Jos. A. Yerrington, John G. Huntington, Ed- 
ward Y. Thomas, Roger Huntington, Ashbel Wood- 
ward, Shubael Morgan. 

Attorney, Samuel C. Morgan. 



BANKS. 123 

Discount days. Mondays and Thursdays, 10 o'clock. 
Capital Stock,' $250,000. 
Dividends, June and December. 
Capital Stock, $250,000. 



MERCHANTS BANK. 

William Williams, President. 
J. W. White, Cashier. 
Gerard Carpenter, Asst. Cashier. 
Directors — Wm. Williams, Stephen Fitch, Sherwood 
Raymond, Epaphras Porter, Lewis Hyde, John Brews- 
ter, Elijah A. Bill, H. B. Buckingham, Roswell Mor- 
gan, Samuel Tyler. H. B. Tracy, A. B. Isham, Joseph 
Tyler, William Callyhan, George Hill. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Hours of business, from 6. A. M. to 6, P. M. 
Capital Stock, $155,000. ' 

NORWICH SAVINGS SOCIETY. 

William "Williams, President. 

Vice Presidents — Joseph Williams, Roger Hunting- 
ton, Henry Strong, George Hill. 

Directors — Charles Johnson, Jedediah Leavens, 
John Johnson, (Griswold,) La Fayette S. Foster, Lewis 
Hyde, Patrick Fanning, Benjamin W. Tompkins, 
John Dunham, Joel W. White. 

Jabez Huntington. Secretary and Treasurer. 

Attorney, George Perkins. 

Dividends, January and July. 

Annual Meeting, 15th of June. 

Deposites received every day during bank hours. 



JEWETT CITY BANK. 

David Smith, President. 
John Johnson, Cashier. 
Capital Stock, $80,000. 



124 



MVSTIC BANK. 



Elisha Faxon, President. 
Geo. W. Noyes, 2d., Cashier. 

Directors — Elisha Faxon, Elias Brown, Mason Man- 
ning, Elisha Haley, Asa Fish, Silas Beebe, Wm. P. 
Randall, Henry Harding, Jeremiah Holmes, David 
Baldwin. 

Attorney, Charles Sabin. 

Annual Meeting, first Monday in July. 

Discount day, Tuesdays. 

Capital Stock, $51,700. 



STONINGTON BANK. 

Ephraim Williams, President. 
Francis Amy, Cashier. 
Directors — Ephraim Williams, Gurdon Trumbull, 
Jesse D. Noyes, B. Pomeroy, Chas. P. Williams, John 
F. Trumbull, John W. Hull, G. R. Hallam, B. Pendle- 
ton, Henry Smith, C. G. Williams. 

Annual Meeting, first Monday in September. 
Discount day, Wednesdays. 
Capital Stock, $58,950. 



BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Sylvanus Sterling, President. 
George Burroughs, Cashier. 
Directors — Sylvanus Sterling, Sherman Hartwell, 
Stephen Tomlinson, Samuel F. Hurd, Hanford Lyon. 
Charles B. Hubbell, Joseph Bartram, H. K. Hajral, 
Henry Beers. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital Stock, $200,000. 



BANKS. 12 



CONNECTICUT BANK. 



Daniel Thatcher, President. 
Charles Foote, Cashier. 
Directors — Daniel Thatcher, Nathaniel Wade, Dan- 
iel Faerweather, L. H. Russell, Eli Mygatt, Reuben 
Tweedy, Jos. Brooks, Joseph Thompson, L. Coleman. 
Attorney, W. H. Noble. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital Stock, $300,000. 



CONNECTICUT BRANCH BANK, SOUTHPORT. 

Jesup Alvord, President/ 
Francis D. Perry, Cashier. 

Directors — Jesup Alvord, Andrew Buckley, Moses 
Buckley, Henry Perry, Simon Sherwood, Charles Perry, 
Wm. H. Wakeman. 



BRIDGEPORT SAVINGS BANK. 

Smith Tweedy, President. 

Vice Presidents — F. C. Bassett, Sherman Hartwell, 
Sherwood Sterling, Lemuel Coleman. 

Directors — Sylvanus Sterling, Joseph Thompson, 
N. S. Warden, R. S. Nichols, W. H. Noble, Mark 
Moore, Henry Shelton, Hanford Lyon, David Perry, 
Samuel F. Hurd, Samuel Niles, Samuel Shelton, Elihu 
Beach, George Sterling, Daniel Hatch, Edwin Porter, 
Joseph Brooks. 

George Sterling, Secretary and Treasurer. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY BANK. 

Clark Bissell, President. 
Thomas Warner, jr. Cashier. 



126 BANKS. 

Directors— Clark Bissell, Joseph W. Hubbell, A. E. 
Beard, Stiles Curtis, Charles Thomas, Charles Isaacs. 
Attorney, Clark Bissell. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital Stock, $177,300. 



STAMFORD BANK. 

John W". Leeds, President. 
S. K. Satterlee, Cashier. 
Directors — John W. Leeds, Sands Adams, Theodore 
Davenport, Stephen B. Provost, John Dean, Stephen 
Smith, Ezra Bishop, Stephen Hoyt, Joseph Brush. 
Attorney, Charles Hawley. 
Discount Days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital Stock, $100,000. 



DANBURY BANK. 

Samuel Tweedy, President. 
Aaron Seelye, Cashier. 
Directors — Samuel Tweedy, Russell Hoyt, Tsaac H. 
Seeley, Reuben Booth, Eli T. Hoyt, Samuel Stebbins. 
Abner Gilbert. 



WINDHAM BANK. 

John Baldwin, President. 
Samuel Bingham, Cashier. 

Directors — John Baldwin, Levi Johnson, J. Webbe, 
Elisha G. Hammond, John A. Perkins, Henry S. Wal- 
cott, Joel W. White, John G. Clark, H. Hammond, 
Abner Hendee. 

Attorney, J. Baldwin. 

Discount day, every Wednesday. 

Annual Meeting, 2d Wednesday in September. 

Capital Stock, $58,502. 



BANKS. 127 

WINDHAM COUNTY BANK, BROOKLYN. 

Joseph Eaton, President. 
Charles White, Cashier. 
Directors— Joseph Eaton, John McLellan, E. C. 
Eaton, B. P. Spalding, John Gallup, 3d, H. G. Taintor, 
Ashbel Hammond, Spalding Barstow, William James. 
William Putnam. 

Discount Day, every Wednesday. 
Capital Stock, $50,000. 



THOMPSON BANK. 



Talcott Crosby, President. 
Joseph B. Gay, Cashier. 

Directors — William H. Mason, William Reed, Jona- 
than Nichols, Simon Davis, Talcott Crosby, Erastus 
Knight, H. S. Ramsdell, Horatio Holbrook, William 
Fisher, John F. Williams, Nathan Wildman. 

Attorney, Simon Davis. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Annual Meeting, 2d Tuesday in October. 

Capital Stock, $100,000. 



MIDDLETOWN BANK- 



President. 



John H. Watkinson, Cashier, 

Directors; Sam. D. Hubbard, Wm. J. Trench, John 
H. Sumner, Elisha S. Hubbard, Erastus Brainard, Hez. 
Scovel, Hiram Birdsey, Alfred Southmayd, Clark El- 
liott. 

Attorney; Jonathan Barnes. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 



128 BANKS. 

Annual meeting, 1st Thursday in January. 
Dividends in January and July. 

Hours of business, from 9 to .12 A. M., and from 2 
to 4, P. M. 

Capital Stock, $369,300. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY BANK. 

Samuel Russell, President. 
Eleazer Lacey, Cashier. 

Directors; William S. Camp, Henry D. Smith, John 
Stewart, Eli Wilcox, Joseph Arnold, Asa Hubbard, 
Charles R. Sebor, Austin Baldwin, Jonathan Kilbourn, 
John Stewart. 

Attorney; Jonathan Barnes. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Annual meeting, 1st Wednesday in July. 

Hours of business, from 9 to 12 A. M., and from 2 to 
4, P. M. 

Capital Stock, $220,800. 



MIDDLETOWN SAVINGS BANK. 

Joseph Taylor, President. 

Vice Presidents ; Charles Woodward, John H. Sum- 
ner. 

Directors ; Alfred Southmayd, Edmund Hughes, Da- 
vid Harrison, Elijah Lucas. 

Secretary and Treasurer ; Henry Carrington. 

Clerk; E. S. Hubbard. 



EAST HADDAM BANK. 

William Palmer, President. 
Thomas C. Boardman, Cashier. 



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Discount days, every Monday. 
Capital Stock, $75,000. 



TOLLAND COUNTY BANK, 

John H. Brockway, President. 
Jonathan R. Flynt, Cashier. 
Directors; Elisha Stearns, Elijah Smith, Wyllis Gil- 
bert, David Johnson, Ariel Ladd, Miner Grant, Hiram 
Rider, Oliver H. King, John H. Brockway. 
Annual meeting, 3d Monday in October. 
Capital Stock, $80,000. 



TOLLAND SAVINGS BANK. 

George Kellogg, President. 

Directors; Loren P. Waldo, Jeremiah Parish, Ariel 
Ladd, Chauncey Griggs, Zalmon A. Storrs. 

Secretary ; Oliver K. Isham. 

Treasurer ; Jonathan R. Flynt. 

Annual meeting, 4th Monday in June, at 2 o'clock 
P. M. 

Olftce in Tolland County Bank. 



PENSION AGENCY OF CONNECTICUT. 

Horace Goodwin, 2d Agent. 

Henry Fowler, Clerk. 
Office adjoining F. & M. Bank, in Hartford. 
Number of Pensioners in the U. S. 20,000. 



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MILITIA OF CONNECTICUT. 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

ISAAC TOUCEY, 

Captain General and commander-in-Chief, 

Lieut. Col. Edwin Stearns, X Ji'J A C 

Lieut. Col. Richard D. Hubbard^ y ** 

HIS HONOR 

NO YES BILLINGS, 

Lieutenant General. 
Major Nathan Belcher, > A . , , ^ 

Major Edward S. Cleveland, \ ^s-de-Camp. 

Major General James T. Pratt, Adjutant General. 
General Leonard R. Welles, Qr. Master General* 
Lieut. Col. Julius Catlin, Commissary General. 
Major Orlando B. Hall, Pay Master General* 



GOVERNOR S GUARDS, HARTFORD. 
HORSE — FIRST TROOP. 

Henry Boardman, Major Commandant. 
William Gillett, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 
Sylvester Lyman, 2d Lieutenant. 
Hiram Shepard, Cornet. 



FOOT FIRST COMPANY. 

Leonard H. Bacon, Major Commandant. 

Nelson G. Hinckley, Captain and 1st Lieutenant, 

Chailes H. Langdon, 2d Lieutenant. 

William Conner, jr., 3d Lieutenant. 

Chauncey F. Martin, 4th Lieutenant. 

Euclid F. Brown, Ensign. 



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GOVERNOR'S GUARDS, NEW HAVJ2N. 
HORSE — SECOND TROOP. 

Joshua Barnes, jr., Major Commandant. 
Bayard W. Barnes, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 
Jared S. Barnes, 2d Lieutenant. 
James M. Ford, Cornet. 

FOOT SECOND COMPANY. 

Benjamin M. Prescott, Major Commandant. 
John M. Hendriek, Captain and 1st Lieutenant, 
Russell W. Norton, 2d Lieutenant. 
Elihu Myers, 3d Lieutenant. 
"Vacant, 4th Lieutenant. 
Vacant, Ensign. 



FIRST DIVISION". 

Consisting of the First and Second Brigades. 

James T. Pratt, Esq., Major General. 
Maior Henry C. Trumbull, ) AJ , „ 
Major Drayton Hillyer, \ -Aids-de-Camp. 

Lieut. Col. Thomas H. Seymour, Division Inspector. 
Major'J. Dean Alden, Division Quarter Master. 



FIRST BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 1st, 6th, 14th, 17th and 25th Regi- 
ments Infantry, and 1st and 4th Regiments of Cavalry. 
Ezekiel Hosford, Esq., Brigadier General. 

Lucius G. Goodrich, Aid-de-Camp. 

David S. Miller, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Arnos L. Spencer, Brigade Quarter Master. 

FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Hartford, Bloomfield, Wethersfield and 
Windsor, (except such part thereof as lies within the 
society of Turkey Hills.) 



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Henry Kennedy, Colonel. 

Frederick A. Seymour, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Edward S. Cleveland, Major. 

A^mon R. Hale, Adjutant ; Burgis P. Starr, Qr. 
Master ; Homer Johnson, Pay Master ; Wrn. B. Cor- 
bin, Chaplain ; E. K. Hunt, Surgeon ; Theodore Sill, 
Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Franklin Corning, John White, Levi Woodhouseo 

Seth E. Marsh, D. R. Woodford, John Olmsted. 
J. W. Griswold, Simeon Hale, George Austin. 
Sam'l J. Mills, James R. Drake, Charles L. Drake. 
Henry Hubbard, Erastus H. Fox, Joel C. Rockwell. 
Charles Clapp, Geo. Blanchard, D. G. Hathaway. 
E. A. Whiting, E. H. Seymour, E. C. Sawtell. 
N. S. Webb, Wm. H. Warner, O. D. Seymour. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
C. H. Smith, John Shepard, Caleb Huntley. 

Jos. E. Atwood, Joshua C. Luce, William Merrills. 
Jos. D. Williams, N. S. Webb, Levi Woodhouse. 

RIFLEMEN. 
James Spencer, W. P.Leonard, J. G. Wells. 
ARTILLERY. 

Elisha S. Olmsted, S. H. Higgins, Charles Defning. 



SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 
Formed from Middletown, Durham, Rocky Hill, 
Portland, and that part of Berlin which lies within the 
society of Worthington. 

William H. Bartlett, Colonel. 

Henry W. Chittenden, Lieutenant Colonel. 

George R. Kelsey, Major. 

Henry L. Baldwin, Adjutant ; James V. Robinson, 
Qr» Master ; Henry Ward, Pay Master ; A. L. Stone, 
Chaplain ; Hamilton Brewer, Surgeon ; Charles A. G. 
Bingham-, Surgeon's Mate. 



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CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Mark Mildrum, Joseph A. Hart, John S. Hayden. 
Marshall Grimes, Albert Shipman, George Coilins. 
Horace Hands, David O. Tryon, George Tuttle. 
Fred'k Baldwin, Franklin Smith, Rufus A.Crowell. 
William P. Abel, Sylvester Mills, Charles S. North. 
Henry O. Beckly,Linds)ey Austin, Fred'k North. 
Harley Case, Billings NefF, Asaph Strong. 

Benj. W. Field, M. W.Chittenden,Henry Francis. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
Daniel Tibbals, Franklin Payne, Nelson Hall. 

RIFLEMEN. 
H. S. Cadwell, Nelson Shepard, Noah Shepard. 
Theodore Bishop, H. Remington, S. M. Gladwin. 
Ichabod Avery, N. H. Pearsons, Cha's Sturtevant. 

ARTILLERY. 

Lewis S. Kelsey, Wrri. W. Bowers, J. G. Richmond. 



FOURTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Farmington, Berlin, (except the socie- 
ty of Worthington,) Bristol, Burlington, Southington, 
Avon, and that part of Canton which includes Col- 
hnsville. 

Lucien T. Pierson, Colonel. 
Jeremiah Penfield, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Ralph Humphrey, Major. 
Jonathan R. Pike, Adjutant ; George B. Finch, Qr. 
Master ; Samuel D. Potter, Pay Master ; M. R. Beach, 
Chaplain ; Jere Burwell, Surgeon ; Darwin Hitch- 
cock, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

L. S. Gladding, F. A. Cowles, Charles Hills. 

Henry W. Dean, L. Dickinson, Oswin Stanley. 

Edward Tubbs, Henry Andrews, Lemuel Penfield. 

Alvin N. Woodin, Benj. Barnes, Joseph S. Allen. 

H. P. Mathews, B. Parker, Lewis Cooke* 

A. Woodford, S. Thompson, T. S. Thompson. 

T. Leavenworth, L. D. Mills, Charles Bunnell. 

Henry Weaver, Elisha G. Tew, O. A. Beckwith. 



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MILITIA. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Hial Grannis, William Barnes, Stephen B. Mann. 
Lewis O. Smith, Sherman Steel, S. L. Strickland. 
E. M. Woodford, Seth P. Norton, Ephm. Woodford. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Solomon Morse, J. B. Thompson, William Gay lord, 

L. B. Andrews, Elias Burwell, Charles Root. 

John Woodruff, Augustus H. Cole,John A. Amidon* 

GRENADIERS. 

William Wheeler, T. O. Bishop, T. G. Andrews. 

ARTILLERY. 
Lucas H. Carter, James R. Youngs, H. Camp. 



SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Simsbury, Suffield, Granby, the first 
society in Hartland, that parfbf Windsor which lies 
within the society of Turkey Hills, and Canton, (ex- 
cepting Collinsville and such part thereof as formerly 
belonged to New Hartford.) 

Oliver R Holcomb, Colonel. 
John M. Hathaway, Lieutenant Colanel. 
Hiram B. Case Major. 
Asa Hoskins, Adjutant ; Amherst L. Holcomb, Qr. 
Master ; Charles Bacon, Pay Master ; Pliny F. San- 
born, Chaplain ; E. D. Hitchcock, Surgeon ; Henry 
Merwin, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

J. W. Brown, Bidwell Eno, Edward Russell. 

Lewis L. Sikes, H. Chaplin, B. Sikes. 

Alfred Gay, C. H. Sweatland, 

J. G. Lattimer, J. W. Matson. 

Horace King, Henry M. Vitts. 

J. R. Hayes, N. P. Pratt. 

Joseph Galpin, C. Carpenter. 

A. C. Banning, Milo B. Miller. 
LIGHT INFANTRY. 

H. P Grosvenor, Timothy Granger. 

S. M. Merrill, A. F. Bidwell. 



C. O. Cornish, 
G. T. Vining, 
J. G. Hastings, 
Asa Higley, 
Albert -Spring, 
E. B. Banning, 

Saui'l N. Reed, 
Jacob B. Case, 



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ARTILLERY. 

FrecTk M. Marks, Sidney E. Colton, H. L. Brown. 



TWENTY-FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from East Windsor, South Windsor, Glas- 
tenbury, East Hartford, Manchester, and Vernon, 
Guy Samson, Colonel. 
H. Hudson White, Lieutenant Colonel 
Abner W. Dickinson, Major. 
George M. Dean, Adjutant ; George Ford, Quarter 
Master ; James H. Dayton, Pay Master ; Warren G. 
Jones, Chaplain ; Luman J. Andrus, Surgeon ; Win. 
Scott, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Henry Nettleton, Edmund Watson, J. B. Ciapp. 
Horace Sellew, H. E. Billings, Benjamin Ely. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. 

Ira Anderson, J. O. Hurlburt, 
E. A. Bliss, Henry Rogers, 

George C. Abbe, A. D. Parker, 
A. W. Dickinson, Jabesh Wire, 
Sam'l Maynard, Wm. Billings, 
Leonard Kellogg, E. A. Brewer, 



H. Ellsworth, 
H. Hollister, 
R. G. Talcott, 
M. Hudson, 

William White, 

E. P. Kimball, 



ENSIGNS. m 

Cha's B. Risley. 
Walter Bryant. 
E. B. Paine. 
A. N. Curtis. 
Hudson Alger. 
G. W. Sparks. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

A. Hamilton, And. Hamilton. 
Geo. M. Dean, 
David S. Treat, 
Daniel C. Beebe 

RIFLEMEN. 
Wm. H. White, 

ARTILLERY. 
Martin O. Hills, 



C. H. Weatherby. 
N. A. Turner. 
John O. Spencer. 

H. P. Kilbourn. 

William McLean. 



FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Hartford, Bloomfield, Simsbury, Can- 
ton, Windsor, Sufheld, Granby, East Windsor, South 



136 MILITIA. 

Windsor, Enfield, Somers, Ellington, Tolland, Union, 
Willington, Stafford, Vernon, Manchester, and East 
Hartford. 

Hezekiah K. Sears, Colonel. 
Andrew J. Main, Major. 

Joseph H. Bolton, Adjutant ; James M. Loomis, 
Quarter Master ; Oliver P. Mills, Pay Master ; Jared 
B. Flagg, Chaplain ; Joseph C. Dow, Surgeon ; Rob 
ert H. Patton, Surgeon's Mate. 

First Troop. — Levi Prosser, Capt. ; Timo. Phelps, 
1st Lieut. ; Lewis D. Leonard, 2d Lieut. ; Chauncey 
Porter, Cornet. 

Second Troop.— Albert D. Wakefield, Capt. ; Mer 
rit Doan, 1st Lieutenant ; Daniel R. Perkins, 2d Lieu 
tenant ; Alva H. Smith, Cornet. 

Third Troop.— Theodore P. Winter, Captain ; Ed- 
win G. Ruby, 1st Lieutenant ; George A. Washburn, 
2d Lieutenant ; Elijah J. Main, Cornet. 

"Fourth Troop. — George Pease, Captain ; Ebenezer 
Pinney, 1st Lieutenant ; John T. Morphet, 2d Lieu- 
tenant ; Levi C. Cooley, Cornet. 

Fifth Troop. — Henry Wood, Captain ; Franklin W. 
Adams, 1st Lieutenant ; Samuel B. Meader, 2d Lieu- 
tenant ; George H. Billings, Cornet. 



FOURTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. 
Formed from Wethersfield, Rocky Hill, Farmington, 
Berlin, Avon, Burlington, Bristol, and Southington. 
Daniel W. Ellis, Colonel. 
Arnold Bailey, Major. 
Lewis H. Mills, Adjutant ; George B. Morse, Qr. 
Master; Sylvester H. Clark, Chaplain ; Edward D. 
Babcock, Surgeon ; Thomas Conklin, Surgeon's Mate. 
First Troop. — Tho's Savage, Captain ; Willis Sav- 
age, 1st Lieutenant ; Ichabod Miller, 2d Lieutenant ; 
Asher Miller, Cornet. 
Second Troop. — Alden A. Atkins, Captain ; Win, 



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PI. Blossom, 1st Lieutenant ; John Hunt, 2d Lieuten- 
ant ; Edwin N. Stannard, Cornet. 

Third Troop. — George G. Deming, Captain ; Ben- 
jamin G. Wright, 1st Lieutenant ; Edwin Belden, 2d 
Lieutenant ; Dennis W. Whittlesey, Cornet. 

Fourth Troop. — Henry Luce, Captain ; Jos. Gris- 
wold, 1st Lieutenant; Henry L. Kellogg, 2d Lieuten- 
ant ; Justus T. Churchill, Cornet. 



SECOND BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 2d, 7th, 10th, and 22d Regiments 
Infantry ; 1st Regiment Horse Artillery, and 3d Regi- 
ment Foot Artillery. 

John Wilcox, Esq., Brigadier General. 

George Arnold, Aid-de-Camp. 

Isaac Arnold, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Daniel Scovell, Brigade Quarter Master. 

SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from New Haven, Milford, Orange, East 
Haven, Woodbridge, Derby, and Oxford. 
Benjamin M. Tuttle, Colonel. 
Sylvester P. Smith, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Charles C. Jackson, Major. 
Lorenzo Johnson, Adjutant ; Andrew M. Baldwin, 
Quarter Master ; Lewis Hawley, Pay Master ; Heman 
Bangs, Chaplain ; Daniel H. Moore, Surgeon ; Jacob 
T. Hotchkiss, Surgeon^ Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

H. A. Doughty, Stephen Wire, Job Sheldon. 

Isaac R. Higby, Luke S. Bristol, James E. Burns. 

Silas Benham, E. W. Ensign, Charles Merwin. 

Zenas M. Piatt, A. H. Ailing, Leverett J. Clark. 

James S. Bishop, Henry Smith, Laban Smith. 

B. Hakeley, S. C. Williams, Lucius Sackett. 



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MILITIA. 



Henry Riggs, W. M. Andrews, Sheldon Bassett. 
Marcus D. Piatt, Jos. S. Newton, Cha's E. Sperry. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

W. H. Thornton, Charles Jackson, John Wallace. 
R. A. White, J. M. Townsend, L. P. Bradley. 
Samuel Betts, John Hanover, Noyes Mix. 
Wra. H. Bull, John B. Porter, Wm. Baldwin. 
Hiel Botsford, Wm. C. Hal», John J. Rider. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Edward E. Lum, Jacob F. Scott, P. B. Buckingham. 



SEVENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Saybrook, Chester, Westbrook, Had- 
dam, (excepting that part which lies on the east side 
of Connecticut river,) Killingworth, and Clinton. 
William B. Dickinson, Colonel. 
Daniel S. Platts, Lieutenant Colonel. 
John A. Stanton, Major. 
George L. Hurd, Adjutant ; John W. Marvin, Qr« 
Master ; F. W. H. Sheffield, Pay Master ; L. M. Hull., 
Chaplain ; Ambrose T. Pratt, Surgeon ; William H. 
Tremain, Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. 

J. E. H. Brainard, Jared S. Clark, 
James R. Wilcox, L. E. Stevens, 



ensigns. 
S. E. Dickinson. 
R. P. Stevens. 
A. L. Beckley. 
Elijah F. Lester. 
Sam'l S. Platts. 
Geo. W. Smith. 
L. D. Smith. 



Philo Kelsey, C. F. Watrous, 
Alexis Pratt, John S. Lane, 

Joseph Baitlett, Edwin Bartlett, 
Jona. Warner, Ansel Shipman, 
Noah Cone, Hez. Scovil, jr. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
Charles Dibble, D. W. Stevens, T. E. Morgan. 
W. J. Gladwin, G. S. Gladwin, George Brooks. 
H. P. Johnson, E. F. Parmelee, Noah Starkey. 

RIFLEMEN. 
Felix Starkey, 2d, E. D. Shipman, Wells R. Smith. 



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A1TILLERY. 

Wm. L. Pratt, John F.Bushnell, H. B. Chapman. 
Cha's B. Tyler, C. W. Parmelee, Geo. S. Clark. 
REGIMENTAL BAND. 
Abner Parmelee, Leader. 

TENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Guilford, Branford, North Haven, 
North Branford, Madison, and Wallingford. 
Bennett M. Hall, Colonel. 
Aaron E. Stone, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Richard D. Coan, Major. 
Charles Whittlesey, Adjutant ; James Northrop, Qr. 
Master ; Gustavus R. Elliott, Pay Master; Edwin E. 
Hall, Chaplain ; Charles B. McCarta, Surgeon ; C. 
A. Justin, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSJGNS. 

C. W. Langdon, O. B. Goldsmith, William Cone. 
Garry J. Mix, Geo. W. Bacon, C. C. Woodstock. 
A. S. Downs, George Rogers, John B. Carter. 
Rufus Pierpont, Roswell Brocket, Henry Gilbert. 
Ezra S. Smith, Fred'k W. Hill, Alonzo A. Fowler. 
Elizur Lindsley, F. G^Humiston, Darwin Page. 

D. B. Rossiter, N. C. Dudley, N. S. Fowler. 

A. C. Stone, James F. Jones, Theodore Miner. 

J. C. Mansfield, John M. Foote, C. D. Maltby. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
Justin Marks, Willis Munson, E. S. Munson. 
A. M. Colby, J. N. Smith, Julius Savage. 



TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Meriden, Cheshire, Waterbury, Wol- 
cott, Prospect, Bethany, and Hamden. 
Edwin Birdsey, Colonel. 
Linus Birdsey, Lieutenant Colonel. 
O Ives' Martin, Major. 



140 MILITIA. 

Almeron Miles, Adjutant ; Isaac Butler, Quarter 
Master ; Elmore E. Downs, Pay Master ; Harvey 
Miller, Chaplain ; William Allen, jr., Surgeon; Phin- 
eas Potter, jr., Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Harris Smith, Daniel Judd, R.B.Hughes. 

Charles E. Munn, Joseph J. Clark, Henry Baldwin. 
I. H. Merriam, J. S. Alger, A. R. Johnson. 

Eldridge Smith, Elliott Smith, Geo. A. Bidwell. 
A. G. Hotchkiss, Dennis Beecher, J. H. At water. 
Daniel H. Holt, J. Hotchkiss, Orrin Hotchkiss. 
H. G. Gill, F. O. Gilbert, W. Mansfield. 

T. E. Gilbert, E. W. Nichols, F. S. Gilbert. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
Alfred P. Curtiss, Alanson Curtiss, Nelson Payne. 
J. C. Cooke, George Delan, S. A. Tuttle. 

Geo. Pritchard, George D. Allen, R. R. Guilford. 



THIRD REGIPIENT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from New Haven, Milford, Woodbridge, 

Orange, Derby, Guilford, Branford, North Haven, 

Wallingford, North Branford, Madison, Westbrook, 

Chester, Saybrook, Clinton, Haddam, Killingworth, 

Waterbury, Naugatuck, Cheshire, Meriden, E. Haven, 

Oxford, Hamden, Woicott and Bethany. 

Adrian C. Heitman, Colonel. 

Jesse Cooper, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Howard Huggins, Major. 

Charles A. Ball, Adjutant ; Howard P. Blake, Qr. 
Master ; Sam'l B.Jerome, Pay Master ; T. C. Trues- 
dale, Chaplain ; David L. Daggett, Surgeon ; Nath'l 
W. Taylor, jr., Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LIEUTENANTS. 2d LIEUTENANTS. 

C. C. Twitchell, F. H. Bradley, Lewis Hawkins. 

H. D. Parrnelee, R. L. Hull, L. A. Bristol. 

H. E. Crittenden, S. C.-Crampton, H. L. Conklin. 

Joseph Cooper, H. B. Newton, A. D. Hull. 



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William Watrous, Win. McCrackan, John Arnold. 
Wrn. E. Barnes, Theodore Pike, Alonzo Johnson. 
E. B. Barker, O. D. Squire, jr., Ja's E. Russell. 
Carlos Parmelec, O. S. Parmelee, Charles Daniels. 



FIRST REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Formed from New Haven, Mil ford, Woodbridge, 
Orange, Derby, Guilford, Branford, North Haven, N. 
Bran ford, Wallingford, Madison, Say brook, Westbrook, 
Chester, Clinton, Haddam, Killingworth, Waterbury, 
Cheshire, Meriden, East Haven, Oxford, Hamden, 
Wolcott, Naugatuck, and Bethany. 

Dwight Hall, Colonel. 

Hezekiah Hall, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Jared R. Cook, Major. 

William N. Atvvell, Adjutant; Alpheus Young, Qr. 

Master ; Alvin Hull, Pay Master ; David B. Coe, 

Chaplain ; William Atwater, Surgeon ; Welch Hall, 

Surgeon's Mate. 

First Troop. — John J. Bartholomew, Captain ; Wil- 
liam R. Frisbee, 1st Lieutenant ; Francis C. Bartholo- 
mew, 2d Lieut. ; Rodolphus Bartholomew, 3d Lieut. ; 
N. C. Scranton, 4th Lieut. ; R. S. Frisbie, Cornet. 

Second Troop. — Sereno Bartholomew, Capt. ; Isaac 
W. Hine, 1st Lieut.; Frederick W. Bartholomew, 2d 
Lieut. ; William W. Stowe, 3d Lieut. ; Eleazer Hall, 
4th Lieut. ; George K. Hall, Cornet. 

Third Troop.; — Isaac Porter, Captain ; Robert Treat, 
1st Lieut. ; George R. Redlield, 2d Lieut. ; Elbridge 
B. Tibbals, 3d Lieut. ; Nathan Clark, 4th Lieut. ; John 
H. Mosier, Cornet. 

Fourth Troop. — William Bailey, Captain ; Charlea 
Weed, 1st Lieut. ; Ezra F. Osborn, 2d Lieut. ; Luman 
Stevens, 3d Lieut. ; Samuel D. Andrews, 4th Lieut. ; 
John S. Foot, Cornet. 



142 MILITIA. 

SECOND DIVISION. 

Consisting of the Third and Fifth Brigades, 

Amos Fowler, Esq., Major General. 

Major Jonathan N.Harris, ) „ . , , ^ 
Major Amos T. Fowler, j Aids-de-Camp. 

Lieutenant Colonel Anson Fowler, Division Inspector, 
Major Henry E. West, Division Quarter Master. 



THIRD BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 3d, 8th, 18th, and 20th Regiments 
Infantry, and 2d Regiment Horse Artillery. 

Edward W. Eells, Esq. Brigadier General. 

William Mercer, Aid-de-Camp. 

Timothy P. Green, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Jonathan N. Harris, Brigade Qurter Master. 

THIRD REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from New London, Waterford, Lyme, Mont- 
ville, Salem, the society ofMillington in EastHaddam, 
and East Lyme. 

Ebenezer H. Woodworth, Colonel. 

James L. Morgan, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Thomas H. C. Allen, Major. 

Samuel Dennis, Adjutant; Elisha Turner, Quarter 
Master ; Sabin Smith, Pay Master; Nathan Wildman, 
Chaplain ; Frederick Latimer, Surgeon ; Henry E. 
Turner, Surgeon's Mate. 

INFANTRY. 
CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

E. H. Douglass, G. W. Holmes, J. Chapman. 

S. A. Caulkins, J. E. Levan, Chas. E. Smith. 

O. W. Chapman, John VV. Smith, G. W. Peckham. 

M. W. Comstock, J. L. Beckwith, Peter Comstock. 



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143 



J. L. Morgan, 
A.J. Tread way, 
A. Huntley, 
E. Morgan, 



B. F. Beckwith, 
W. Green, 



A. Wightman, 

RIFLEMEN. 

John 0. Wheeler, W. B. Kirby, 

ARTILLERY 

r, Thomas Fox, 



C. L. Brown, John V. Miner, 
J. Stoddard, Jr., James A. Bill. 
Robert Lyon, 0. M. Babcock. 
G. Bishop, Jr., Anson Ames. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

D. A. Redfield, Samuel Douglass. 



George R. Miner, 

Wm. Armstrong, Daniel Anderson, J. Watrous. 



Daniel D. Lyon. 



Selden Daboll. 



Lyman Lester. 



EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Stonington, Groton, North Stonington, 
Ledyard, and Voluntovvn. 

Charles H. Allen, Colonel. 
Jesse Y. Hull, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Dye i- B. Potter, Major. 
E. W. Thayer, Adjutant ; F. T. Mercer, Quarter 
Master ; Hibbard R. Norman, Pay Master ; Jared R. 
Avery, Chaplain ; D. Prentice, Surgeon ; Noves Pal- 
mer, Surgeon's Mate. 

LIEUTENANTS, ENSIGNS. 

Dennis Burdick, Wm. Crandall. 
Paul P. Prentice, Green W. xMaine. 
D. R. Hewett, A. N. Crawford. 



CAPTAINS. 

A. S. Prentice, 
A. P. Williams, 
W..S. Babcock, 
Jas. A. Billings, 
Thad. Gordon, 
Wm. G. Batty, 
G. W. Mallory, 
Isaac W. Howe, 

Elisha Denison, 
Hoxie Green, 

R. Y, Latham, 



Israel Allen, C. H. Stanton. 

Wm. H. Davis, A. P. Niles. 

G. Newton, James Avery. 

J. D. Bradford, C. H. Hancox. 

Arch. Bobbins, T. S. Child. 
LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Sands H. Fitch, Austin Niles. 

G. A. Main, P. H. Gallup. 

RIFLEMEN. 
T. B. Williams, Isaac W. Stanton. 



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ARTILLERY. 

Nathan G. Smith, F. P. Burch, Thomas A. Dean. 

EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Norwich, Preston, Lebanon, Franklin, 
Griswold, Lisbon, and Bozrah. 

Charles Crawley, Colonel. 
David Young, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Ethan Allen, Major. 
William H. Cogswell, Adjutant ; Jas. D. Mowrey, 
Quarter Master ; H. H. Hammond, Pay Master ; C. 
D. Fillimore, Chaplain ; H. N. Birge, Surgeon ; Theo- 
dore Raymond, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

G. W. Concklin, Julius Webb, Q. S. Champlin. 
Daniel Selden, J. P. Gore, W. Ayres, jr., 

H. Robinson, David Geer, jr., H. W. Loomis. 
Gideon H. Abel, W. Robinson, C. Howe. 
N. L. Lester, J. N. Burdick, T. A. Tiffany. 

Ethan Allen, Elizur Bushnell, Cha's C. Stetson. 

Wm. Mansfield, Geo. Vergeson, * L. H. Carey. 
Cha's Maples, Simeon Abel, Elisha Maples. 
Charles Crawley, J. H. Barstow, Geo. T. Maples. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
Geo. W. Cook, O. Woodworth, Henry Saunders. 
J. L. Babcock, Emory Goodwin, G. Y. Babcock. 
David Young, James Nelson, J. S. Vancott. 

RIFLEMEN. 
N.L. Stanton, M.Kinney, O. Hinkley. 

Peleg Peckham, A. L. Prentice, S. W. Whipple. 
Isaac Gallup, D. D. Baldwin, O. S. Combes. 
W. H. Congdon, Alfred Hart, John L. Stanton. 



TWENTIETH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Colchester, East Haddam, (excepting 
such part thereof as lies within the society of Milling- 
ton,) Hebron, Marlborough, and Chatham. 



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William T. Holt, Colonel. 

Samuel A. Porter, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Charles C. Murphy, Major. 

Frederick E. Gladwin, Adjutant ; Charles W. Brad- 

Jey, jr., Quarter Master ; William C. Spencer, Pay 

Master ; Pierpont Brockett, Chaplain ; Jas. R. Doan, 

Surgeon ; Amasa M, Hurlbut, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

W. P. Holt, C. A. Champlin, J. D. Burnham. 

C. P. Lalhrop, C. C. Murphy, A. Y.Worthington. 
Hez. Brainard, Urban House, Alfred Brainard. 
W. Phelps, Austin Haling, E. C. Warner. 

H. A. Palmer, F. M. Palmer, Ezra M. Lay. 
Ralph J. Carrier,* Asa W. Fuller, J. E. Emmons. 
A. S. Brainard, E. B. Bailey, G. W. Goodrich. 

Andrew Phelps, W. L. Ellis, S. Potter. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
Samuel A. Potter, Nathaniel Porter, Austin Root- 
A. C. Phelps, H.P. Gardiner, Fred'k S. Swan. 
Allen C. Clark, N. S. Markham, Oliver West, jr. 



SECOND REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 
Formed from New London, Norwich, Bozrah, Col- 
chester, East Lyme, Franklin, Griswold, Groton, Led- 
yard, Lisbon, Lyme, Montville, Nor. Stonington, Pres- 
ton, Salem, Stonington, and Waterford. 

William F. Mitchell, Colonel. 

Henry H- Hazen, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Henry A. Mitchell, Major. 

Giles Dart, Adjutant ; William R.ogers, Qr. Master; 
L. D. Armstrong, Pay Master ; A. Burchard, Chap- 
lain ; Charles C. Hillyard, Surgeon ; Cha's W. Sher- 
man, Surgeon's Mate. 

First Troop. — Sheldon A. Bailey, Captain ; Egbert 
Brown, 1st Lieutenant ; Thomas Spencer, 2d Lieut. ; 
Joseph Spencer, 3d Lieut. ; David Foote, 4th Lieut. ; 
Isham Greenwood, Cornet. 
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Second Troop. — Joseph J. Hyde, Captain ; Henry 
A. Hazen, 1st Lieut. ; Charles N. Pendleton, 2d Lieut. ; 
Andrew M. Bingham, 3d Lieut. ; John C. Luce, 4th 
Lieut. ; John P. Johnson, Cornet. 

Third Troop.— H. T. Mitchell, Captain ; Caleb O. 
Burrows, 1st Lieut. ; Amasa Rockwell, jr., 2d Lieut. ; 
Franklin Palmer, 3d Lieut. ; Frederick Mercer, 4th 
Lieut. ; William E. Leeds, Cornet. 

Fourth Troop. — Hubbard Warner, Captain ; Ira E. 
Andrews, 1st Lieut. ; Cyrus H. Page, 2d Lieut. ; W. 
Smith, 3d Lieut. ; Giles L. Shailor, 4th Lieut. ; H. 
L'Hommedieu, Cornet. 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 5th, 11th, 19th, and 23d Regiments 
Infantry, 2d Regiment Cavalry, and 1st Battalion Ar- 
tillery. 

Lloyd E. Baldwin, Esq., Brigadier General, 

William Swift, Aid-de-Camp. 
John W. Ensworth, Brigade Major and Inspector, 
John F. Sprague, Brigade Quarter Master. 



FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Windham, Hampton, Canterbury, 
Brooklyn, Plainfield, and south society of Killingly. 
Epaphras SafTord, Colonel. 
Charles Thompson, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Andrew C. Lester, Major. 
Lucius Lincoln, Adjutant; David Fuller, Quarter 
Master ; Horace Carey, Paymaster ; Thomas Tallman, 
Chaplain; Calvin B. Brumley, Surgeon; S. L. Lin- 
coln Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

S B. Ford, Chs. Newcomb. Lucien Harvey. 

Wm. F. Hall, J. Starkweather, H. Spalding. 



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CAPTAINS. 

Chs. Cleveland, 
Jacob M. Allen, 
A. G. Fuller, 
F. D. Fuller, 
D. H. Freeman, 
Benj. D. Clark, 



Amos Witter, Jr. 
R. 0. Hovey, 

E. G. Maine, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

David Porter, 
Jos. Farnum, Jr. 
Myron Webb, 
F. W. Whipple, 
Win. H. Butler, 
J. Rood, 

RIFLEMEN. 
Edward Lester, 
Egbert Hall, 

ARTILLERY. 
W. A. Owen, 



ENSIGNS. 

Timothy Prince. 
Geo. Sawyer. 
John P. Webb. 
H. Martin, 
Geo. B. Fenton. 
H. B. Madison. 



S. Peckham. 
E. H. Hall. 

H. S. Nye, 2d It 



ELEVENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Pomfret, Woodstock, Union, Thomp- 
son, and Killingly, except the south society. 
George S. F. Stoddard, Colonel. 
Calvin D. Williams, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Charles Scarborough, Major. 
Charles Burton, Adjutant ; Edward A. Osgood, Quar- 
ter Master; Harrison Johnson, Paymaster ; W. H. 
Marsh, Chaplin ; Samuel Brown, Surgeon ; Lewis 
Williams, Surgeon's Mate. 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Geo. Weber, 



CAPTAINS. 

L. White, 
J. D. Vinton, 
A. Bassett, 
Benedict Oatley, 
S. Chamberlain, 
S. S. Joy, 
J.M. Harrison, 
C. Howard, 
W. J. Keith. 



J. W. Bullock, 
H. E. Pinney, 
S. S. Sprague, 



G. S. Gallup, 
Joseph Grant, 

J. W. Bowen, 
Chs. Stoddard, 
N. Sessions, 
C. D. Morey, 

RIFLEMEN. 

Albert Day, J. D. Williams. 

G. W. Warner, D. Nichols. 
J. Starkweather, S. H. Oatley. 



ENSIGNS. 

E. Williams. 
N. Lyon. 
J. W. Talbut. 
K. Kyes. 
C. Maygatt. 
J. W. Sayley. 
L. Goodale, 
L. Crawford. 
H. N. Bailey. 



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LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Chas. R. Dean, F. M. Fox, D. J. Clark. 

ARTILLERY. 
Alex. Mitchel, M. A. Seagraves, S. S. Arnold. 



NINETEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Tolland, Enfield, Somers, Stafford, and 
Ellington. 

Elijah W. Smith, Colonel. 
Freeman M. Brown, Lieut. Colonel. 
Benj. L. Bissell, Major. 
Henry A. Hawkins, Adjutant; C. W. Chapman, Quar- 
ter Master ; Horatio S. Flint, Paymaster ; Wins- 
low, Chaplain ; Ahijah Ladd, Surgeon ; Steph. Griggs, 
2d, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

W. B. Woodruff, J. H. Bowen, Willis Spencer, 

Geo. M. Grant, John C. Willey, Merton Abon. 

H. E. Babcock, Wm. H. Kibbe. 

Philo D. Shaw, L. W. Crane. 



John Smith, Jr 
Arba Hyde, 2d, 
Anson Spellman, 
H. G. Ransom, 



Sylvester Morris, S. C. Carpenter. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 



Wm. A. Gager, 
G. C. Wood, 

Adolphus King, 
W. A. Colburn, 
C. Hibbard, 



Leveret Luce, 
Joseph Sexton, 

RIFLEMEN. 
T. W. Parsons, 
Wm. H. Reed, 
E. B. Dimmock, 



Calvin Whiton. 
E Hopkins, Jr. 

C. M. Collins. 
L. Blodgett. 
W. A. Goodale. 



TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Ashford, Mansfield, Columbia, Coven- 
try, Bolton, Willington, and Chaplin. 

Jonathan C. Porter, Colonel. 

C. G. South worth, Lieut. Colonel. 

Joseph Dorsett, Jr., Major. 



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Nathaniel Root, Jr., Adjutant; Madison Woodward, 
Quarter Master; Truman Johnson, Paymaster ; David 
Bancroft, Chaplain; Timothy Dimock, Surgeon; Rod- 
erick Stebbins, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Fred Barrows, S. S. Stowell, 

Geo. R. Hurlbut, M. C. Dexter, Benj. Cadey. 

Charles Post, C. C. Brown. 

C. P. Rider, D. F. Reed, J. Weaver. 

J. W. f^rench, L. Snow. 

Wm. Preston, W. L. Allen, Edwin Allen. 
Geo. Piatt, R. Chapman, J. F. Converse. 

J. M. Foster, Win. Soule, J. J. Church. 

H. M. Kingsbury, H. P. Kingsbury, W. H. Abbey. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
Wm. M. Safford, H. Starkweather. 

J. J. Slade, N. L. Carpenter, Abel Fuller. 

ARTILLERY. 
John Brace. A. K. Brown. 



SECOND REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Hampton^ Windham, Ashford, Mans- 
field, Plainfield, Canterbury, Brooklyn, Pomfret, Wood- 
stock, Thompson, Hebron and Lebanon. 
Judson M. Lyon, Colonel. 
Jirah Hyde, Major. 

Seneca B. Congdon, Adjutant; Albert Underwood* 
Quarter Master ; Luther W. Fisher, Paymaster ; John 
H. Manning, Surgeon ; N. B. Williams, Surgeon's 
Mate. 

1st Company. — James M. Fuller, Captain; Lucius 
L. Snow, 1st Lieutenant; G. W. Holt, 2d Lieutenant; 
G. M. Aspenwall, Cornet. 

2d Company. — Ethan Chaffee, Captain ; Harris Kies, 
1st Lieutenant; J. C. Palmer, 2d Lieutenant; J. S. 
Wilson, Cornet. 

3d Company. — James M. Kingsley, Captain ; E. D 



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Post, 1st Lieutenant ; Alanson C. Abe], 2d Lieutenant ; 
R. G. Abel, Cornet. 

4th Company. — L. E. Rawson, Captain; D. Austin, 
1st Lieutenant; S. P. Crawford, 2d Lieutenant; J. B. 
Healey, Cornet. 



BATTALION ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Norwich, Brooklyn, Tolland, Wind- 
ham, Lebanon, and Preston. 

F. W. Treadway, Major. 

Elam C. Beach, Quarter Master ; Amas W. Prentice, 
Paymaster ; Benajah Cook, Chaplain ; Francis M. Man- 
ning, Surgeon. 

C APT AIMS. 1st LIEUT. 2d LIEUT. 

J. M. Kingsley, Nathl. C. Payne, Austin Gay. 

T. G. Kingsley, And. Lathrop, Isaac Johnson. 

L. Armstrong, E. B. Ray, Warren Perrigo. 

D. B. Morgan, O. W. Carey, Fredk. Howe. 



THIRI> DIVISION. 
Consisting of the Fourth and Sixth Brigades. 

George P. Shelton, Esq., Major General. 

Major Henry P. Graves, > Aids . de . Camv 
Major David B. Booth, 5 Jivls ae Cam ^ 
Lieut. Colonel, S. B. Beardsley, Division Inspector, 
Major. D. J. Warner, Division Quarter Master. 



FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 4th, 9th, 15th, 24th, Regiments In- 
fantry, 4th Battalion Artillery, 5th Regiment of Cav- 
alry/and 3d Regiment Horse Artillery. 

Judson Curtiss, Esq., Brigadier General. 

William B. Oakley, Aid- de-Camp. 

Daniel Wheeler, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Henry B. Lake, Brigade Quarter Master. 



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FOURTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 
Formed from Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, West- 
port, Trumbull, Huntington, and Munroe. 
Orville H. Beardsley, Colonel. 
Joseph Perry, Jr., Lieut. Colonel. 
Henry Bennett, Major. 
Stephen Beardsley, Adjutant ; Franklin B. Ambler, 
Jr., Quarter Master; Burr S. Hubbell, Paymaster; S. 
B. Brittan, Chaplain; E. B. Middlebrook, Surgeon; 
Samuel G. Beardsley, Surgeon's Mate. 

INFANTRY. 



CAPTAINS. 

J. C. Morehouse, 
F. H. Word, 
S. B. Gorham, 
David T. Peck, 
W. Bradley, 3d, 
Nathan Curtiss, 
Benj. Wooster, 
Wm. Irvine, 
R.G.Middlebrook, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Seth J. Osborn, 
E. Batterson, 
W. H. Gorham, 
Edward Wells, 
Nathan Gould, 
L. L. Wilcoxson, 
J.C.Buckingham, 
W. H. Bennett, 
S. Fairchild, 



ENSIGNS. 

Geo. E. Ogden. 
A. Beardsley. 
N. B. Gorham. 
S. M. Congdon. 
Geo. Wilson. 
A. C. Lewis. 
Erastus Bennett. 
Ira N. Bevans. 
J. M. Prindle. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 



Benj. Sherwood, 
C. B. Nichols, 
Geo. S. Adams, 
Moses C. Stagg, 

Hanford Hull, 



A. Bulkley, 
C. W. Worden, 
Wm. J. Finch, 
Otis Beers, 



Aaron Turney. 
John W. Oviatt. 
Allen Reynolds. 
S. C. Buckingham, 



RIFLEMEN. 
Amariah Mallett, George Knapp. 



NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Stamford, Greenwich, Norwalk, and 
Darien. 

Edward B. Piatt, Colonel. 

Augustus Weed, Lieut. Colonel. 

Amos M. Brush, Major. 



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MILITIA. 



Nathl. H. Ferris, Adjutant ; Ira Tread well, Quarter 
Master ; Charles F. Andrews, Paymaster; Volney May- 
nard, Chaplain ; Chauncey Ayres, Surgeon ; Charles 
Raymond, Surgeon's Mate* 



CAPTAINS. 

Holly Adams, 
Fred. A. Ferris, 
L. G. Wilcox, 
Burr Smith, 
J. B. Wilson, 
E. R. Fanshaw, 
Henry Close, 
L. Raymond, 
I. Waterbury, 



John F. Peck, 
Wm. T. Minor, 
Gilbert Lent, 
Steph. E. Keeler. 



INFANTRY. 
LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

J. F. Fayweather, C. H. Cauley. 

R. C. Brush, Wm. C. Lane. 

Steph. Olmsted, Fred. Bradley, 
Benj. L. Fillow, 

Benj. T.Green, Henry S. Banks, 

G. E. Stevens, S. B. Gorham. 

Darling Selleck, Geo. Weeks. 

Wm. A. Hoyt, Asa Waters. 

Sam. St John, L. B. Benedict. 

RIFLEMEN. 

J. Boughton, Jr. F. E. Quintard, 

Edward Capron, David Duncan. 

Elijah Lent, E. C. Sniffen. 

Egbert Mead, N. Ayres. 



FIFTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Danbury, (excepting so much thereof 
as is included in the society of Ridgebury,) Newtown, 
New Milford, (excepting such part thereof as lies with- 
in the society oi New Preston,) Brookfield, New Fair- 
field and Sherman. 

Charles Northrup, Colonel. 
Nathan C. Goodsell, Lieutenant Colonel. 
George Richmond, Major. 
William Taylor, Adjutant ; Orrin H. Addis, Quar- 
ter Master ; George J. Hopkins, Pay Master ; Enoch 
Huntington, Chaplain ; William F. Lacey, Surgeon ; 
Edward Lacey, Surgeon's Mate. 

INFANTRY. 



E. Benedict, 
Buel Picket, 



LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Albert Hill, Charles Marsh. 

Horace* Giddings, Orrin Stephens, 



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Peter Wooster, Fred. Sherman, William Minor. 

Miner Davis, Step. Whitehead, E. M. Wheeler. 

J.Y.Clark, Henry Wood, Levi Mansfield. 

John Stilson, N. E. Goodell, Abel S. Hawley. 

R. 0. Gurley, H. Hubbell, A. N. Sharp. 

And. Northrup, Henry Geddings, 0. Stevens/ 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Lewis Pepper, John Hungerford, Wilks Edwards. 

RIFLEMEN. 
Leman Warner, Watson Wells, Chas ; Buckingham. 
Henry G. Barnam, Orrin Benedict, John Wheeler. 



TWENTY-FOURTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Ridgefield, Wilton, Redding, Weston s 
Easton and New Canaan. 

Hiram K. Scott, Colonel. 

- Aaron Lockwood, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Charles H. Seeley, Major. 

Samuel Scott, Adjutant; Timothy Jones, Quarter 

Master; Samuel M. Smith, Pay Master; James A. 

Hawley, Chaplain; Nehemiah Perry, Jr. Surgeon; 

Isaac Haviland, Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. 

C. M. Seeley, 
J. H, Waterbury, 
Stephen Perry, 
Charles Cannon, 
Wm. Nichols, 
Steph. N. Brush, 
Wm. C. Sanford, 
E. T. Dudly, 



INFANTRY. 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Nath. R. Wood, 
John St. John, 
John W. Peck, 
L. J. Olmsted, 
David Bulkley, 
John Abbott, 
David Bradley, 
S. P. Fitch, 



ENSIGNS. 

Theodore Hyatt. 
Andrew James. 
J. H. Peck. 
C. Middlebrook. 
Wm. P. Welch. 
Philip L. Barhitt, 
Walter Mills. 
A. Lyon, Jr. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

John J. Keeler, Clark S. Keeler, Charles Dauchey. 
John S. Adams, Jas. L. Dickerson, Andrew Welles. 

RIFLEMEN. 

J. M. Lockwood, Chas. A. Smith, Wm. D. Stone. 



154 MILITIA. 

FOURTH BATTALION ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Danbury, Bridgeport, Norwalk, Trum- 
bull, Huntington, Monroe,. Fairfield, Brookfield, Da- 
rien, Greenwich, New Canaan, New Fairfield, New- 
town, Redding, Ridgefield, Sherman, Stamford, Strat- 
ford, Weston, Easton, Westport, Wilton, New Mil- 
ford, Kent, Bethlem, Roxbury, Southbury and Warren. 

Peter E. Caple, Lieutenant Colonel Commandant. 
Charles G. Birdsey, Major. 

Frederick W. Parratt, Adjutant ; Henry F. Huggins, 
Quarter Master ; Dwight Morris, Pay Master ; Gordon 
S. Coit, Chaplain; Samuel Beach, Surgeon; Henry R. 
Haight, Surgeon's Mate. 

CAPTAINS. 1st LJETJTENANTS.2d LIEUTENANTS. 

Frederick Starr, Wm. M. Green, M.C. Brockington. 

Fred. Stillman, John F, Bartlett, Gould S. Disbrow. 

Lewis Tuttle, Orvill A. Duty, Nelson Tuttle. 

E. E. Edwards, C. A. Brinsmaid, George PooL 

Geo. W. Knapp, M. A. Walkley, Edward Judson. 



FIFTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Woodbury, Bethlem, Southbury, Rox- 
bury, Watertown, Plymouth, Danbury, Newtown, New 
Milford, Warren, Brookfield, and Washington. 

Henry R, Whittlesey, Colonel. 
Judah P. Crosbie, Major. 

Samuel D. Gregory, Adjutant; William J. Dick, 
Quarter Master; Edward L. Hinman, Paymaster; Au- 
gustus Smith, Chaplain ; Garwood Atwood, Surgeon ; 
Allyn M. Hungerford, Surgeon's Mate. 

First Troop— George B. Johnson, Captain ; Samnel 
B. Pearce, 1st Lieutenant; Monson D. Downs, 2d Lieu- 
tenant ; Frederick Jackson, Cornet. 

Second Troop — George W. Wilson, Captain ; John 
Coving, 1st Lieutenant; Ezra Mallory, 2d Lieutenant ; 
Russell Hoyt, Cornet. 

Third Troop — Henry Gunn, Captain ; James E. 



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Wells, 1st Lieutenant ; William Bostwick, 2d Lieuten- 
ant ; Henry Camp, Cornet. 

Fourth Troop — Lyman F. Bradley, Captain ; Thos. 
S. Taylor, 1st Lieutenant; Philo Clark, 2d Lieutenant; 
Julius Sanford, Cornet. 



THIRD REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Fairfield, Stratford, Bridgeport, Nor- 
walk, Stamford, Greenwich, Darien, Ridgefield, West- 
port, Weston, Easton, New Canaan, Trumbull, Hunt- 
ington, Monroe, Wilton, and Redding. 

David S. Beardsley, Colonel. 

Ebenezer Ayres, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Samuel B. Dayton, Major. 

Frederick N. Hurd, Adjutant; Curtiss L. Bostwick, 
Quarter Master ; Eliakim L. Walker, Pay Master ; Am- 
brose S. Todd, Chaplain ; E. B. Middlebrook, Surgeon ; 
George Everett, Surgeon's Mate. 

First Troop — Gould Judson, Captain ; Abel S. Beach, 
1st Lieutenant; Birdsey Curtiss, 2d Lieutenant ; Chas. 
Morgan, 3d Lieutenant; Epaphras L. Beardsley, 4th 
Lieutenant; Henry Curtiss, Cornet. 

Second Troop — David C. Rider, Captain ; Linus S. 
Benedict, 1st Lieutenant ; George N. Foote, 2d Lieu- 
tenant ; Moses S. Sanford, 3d Lieutenant; William D. 
Gregory, 4th Lieutenant ; Justus Miller, Cornet. 

Third Troop — David Burr, Captain ; Aaron B. Wake- 
man, 1st Lieutenant; David A. Nichols, 2d Lieutenant; 
Moses D. Treadwell, 3d Lieutenant ; Jeremiah R. Nich- 
ols, 4th Lieutenant; Morris M. Merwin, Cornet. 

Fourth Troop — Alpheus Brown, Captain; Theodore 
H. Mead, 1st Lieutenant; David D. Husted, 2d Lieu- 
tenant ; Stephen W. Mead, 3d Lieutenant ; Ralph 
Bead, 4th Lieutenant; Edward B, House, Cornet, 



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SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 12th, 13th, 16th and 21st Regiments 
Infantry, and 3d Regiment Cavalry. 

William T. King, Esq., Brigadier General. 

Walter S. Brown, Aid-de-Camp. 
W. Hotchkiss, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
J. E. Wheeler, Brigade Quarter Master. 



TWELFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Woodbury, Southbury, Bethlem, Wa- 
tertown, Roxbury, Washington, Middlebury, and so 
much of the towns of New Milford and Kent as lie 
within the society of New Preston. 

Albert L. Hodge, Colonel. 
John M. Bristol, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Charles C. Whittlesey, Major. 
William R. Harrison, Adjutant; Nathan T. Beards- 
ley, Quarter Master ; Theodore Bird, Pay Master ; 
George L, Foote, Chaplain ; Thomas T. Seeley, Sur- 
geon ; William C. Catlin, Surgeon's Mate. 



CAPTAINS. lieutenants. ensigns. 

James R.Thomas, Edward Atwood, George Staples. 
Curtiss Hinman, George Bostwick, Japhet Curtiss, Jr. 
J. Baldwin, Abel S. Beardsley, William Walter. 

Merrit Beach, Joseph Frost, Isaac Wood. 
H. J. Baldwin, Elias Taylor, H. H. Cogswell. 
Levi Smith, Lewis E. Judd, Henry L. Smith. 

L. A. Thompson, Silas Tuttle, Robert Camp. 

Samuel L. Tuttle, Fred. H. Gray, T. M. Downs. 

RIFLEMEN. 

A. W. Darrow, T. L. Pierce, C. T. Gurnsey. 

ARTILLERY. 

L. F. Teeple, G. H. Bostwick, R. A. Ford. 



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THIRTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Canaan, Sharon, Salisbury, Cornwall, 
and Kent, excepting such parts thereof as lie within 
the society of New Preston. 

Henry J. Tuller, Colonel. 

James M. Smith, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Henry VVoodworth, Major. 

Eleazer Jenkins, Adjutant; Smith Booth, Quarter 

Master; John P. Walton, Pay Master ; Martin Moody, 

Chaplain; Solon Hubbard, Surgeon; Samuel Swift, 

Surgeon's Mate. 

INFANTRY. 
CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. ENSIGNS. 

Charles J. Fuller, John Spooner, Elijah Skiff. 
B. S. Hamlin, Vincent G. Sears, A. S. Holmes. 
Chauncey Bunce, John Sherwood, Reuben Grout. 
Almoin! E. Todd, W. B.Woodworth. Bradford Dibble. 
Edward P. Hunt, Chester Curtiss, Chauncey L.Hunt. 
Oliver C. Abels, L. H. Hollister, John F. Ticknor. 
A. S. Harrison, H. Woodworth, C. N. Harrison. 
William Briggs, John A. Blake, Hiram Briggs. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Eben. S. Hinman,Geo. W Stevens, Lyman R. Smith. 
G. S. Miner, Theod. R. Ives, F. J. Calhoun. 

Ch'y Williams, John M. Wilbur, Henry Williams. 

ARTILLERY. 

H. T. Cable, John Seeley, Austin L. Frink. 



SIXTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Litchfield, Goshen, Harwinton, Tor- 
rington, Plymouth, and Warren. 

Joseph Birge, Jr., Colonel. 
William T. Baldwin, Lieutenant Colonel 
Charles Carter, Major. 
Wm. E. Dickinson, Adjutant; S. G. Hayes, Quarter 
Master ; Alphonso Candee, Pay Master ; D. L. Marks, 
Chaplain; George Seymour, Surgeon; George H. Mi- 
ner, Surgeon's Mate. 



158 



MILITIA. 



CAPTAINS. 

John W. Buell, 
Gross Gates, 
Cyrus L. Webster, 
W. Griswold, 
W. W. Loveland, 
Newton Smith, 
John E Grannis, 
Edwin Beman, 
E. H. Churchill, 
George Bingham, 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Fred. McNeil, 
Marvin Scovill, 
E. G. Catlin, 
S. G. Beach, 
L. Loveland, 
Roilin Harrison, 
George Hayes. 
Anson Whitc:mb 
C. C. Palmer, 
Horatio Ames, 



ENSIGNS. 

J. Giles. 

Oliver L.Webster. 

John S. Bailey. 

C. D.Wheeler. 
Almon Beach. 

D. Osborn. 
Curtis F. Piatt. 
,Linus Marsh. 

Samuel Gurnsey. 
H. P. Griggs. 



RIFLEMEN. 

George W. Beers, Edward C. Buell, J. G. Patterson. 
Hiram Wetton, Russell Coe, A. Fenner. 



ARTILLERY, 

Solomon Marsh, Fred. Deming, 



S. Pierpoint. 



TWENTY-FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from New Hartford, Winchester, Norfolk, 
Colebrook, Barkhamsted, the second society in Hart- 
I land, together with that parto! Canton which formerly 
belonged to New Hartford. 

Salmon Howd, Colonel. 
Sanford Allen, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Augustus Smith, Major. 
H. H. Bartlett, Adjutant ; Solomon Giddings, Quar- 
ter Master; Joseph Marsh, Pay Master; Alexander 
Leadbetter, Chaplain ; William H. Huggins, Surgeon ; 
William Welch, Surgeon's Mate. 

INFANTRY. 
CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS. 

Sol. L. Lyman, William Cowles, 
A. 0. Bancroft, Jason Lilley, 
Samuel G, Allen, Wm. E. Howd, 
Harlow W. Coe, S. C. Newton, 
Wm. S. Bunnell, M. Smith, 
John Hinsdale, C. H. Blake, 



ENSIGNS. 

Clark Everts. 
Noah Benedict. 
Abner T. Hart. 
Josiah Thompson. 
B. Brown. 
Charles Alvord. 



MILITIA. 159 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 
CAPTAINS. LIEUTENANTS, ENSIGNS. 

H. L. Lincoln, T. C. Ransom, Cyrus Ransom. 

RIFLEMEN. 

George C. Wilson, A. Smith, S. Markham. 

GRENADIERS. 

William S. Nash, William Smith, James Richards. 

ARTILLERY. 

G. N. Wilder, Adney C. Thorp, William Tiffany. 



THIRD REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Norfolk, Colebrook, Winchester, Sha- 
ron, Salisbury, Canaan, Litchfield, Goshen, Torrington, 
Harwinton, Cornwall, Warren, Kent, New Hartford, 
Barkhamsted, and Hartland. 

Colonel. 

Oliver W. Austin, Major. 

Martin Phelps, Adjutant; N. B. Gaylord, Quarter 
Master ; C. G. Babcock, Pay Master ; William Church, 
Chaplain ; J. A. Gillett, Surgeon ; E. G. Peck, Sur- 
geon's Mate. 

First Troop, S. M. Scovill, Captain ; John Hart, 1st 
Lieutenant; Samuel Catlin, 2d Lieutenant; A. Squire, 
Cornet. 

Second Troop, H. Pendleton, Captain; C. Beach, 
1st Lieutenant ; A. Gillett, 2d Lieutenant ; H. Hum- 
phreys, Cornet. 

Third Troop, W. G. Norton, Captain ; Henry Sey- 
mour, 1st Lieutenant ; Enos Sage, 2d Lieutenant ; T. 
G. Sage, Cornet. 

Fourth Troop, James L. Hubbell, Captain; H. 
Hotchkiss, 1st Lieutenant ; R. L. Pickett, 2d Lieuten- 
ant ; A. iMorse, Cornet. 



160 INTEREST TABLE. 

TABLE, showing the Legal Rates of Interest in the 
several States and Territories of the U. S. and the 
penalties for usury, as .provided by the Statutes of 
the same. 

Maine, 6 per cent ; forfeit of the debt or claim. 
New Hampshire, 6 per cent; forfeit of three times the amount 
unlawfully taken. 
Vermont, 6 per cent ; recovery in an action, with costs. 
Massachusetts, 6 per cent ; forfeit of three-fold the usury. 
Rhode Island, 6 per cent ; forfeit of the usury and interest on 
the debt. 
Connecticut, 6 per cent ; forfeit of the whole debt. 
New York, 7 per cent ; usurious contracts void. 
New Jersey, 7 per cent ; forfeit of the whole debt. 
Pennsylvania, 6 per cent ; forfeit of the whole debt. 
Delaware, 6 per cent ; forfeit of the whole debt. 
Maryland, 6 per cent ; on tobacco contracts 8; usurious con- 
tracts void. 

Virginia, 6 per cent ; forfeit double the usury taken. 
pi North Carolina, 6 per cent; contracts for usury void, forfeit 
double the usury. 

South Carolina, 7 per cent ; forfeit of interest and premium 
taken, with costs to the debtor. 
Georgia, 8 per cent ; forfeit thrice the usury, and contract void. 
Alabama, 8 per cent ; forfeit of interest and usury. 
Mississippi, 8 per cent; by contract, as high as 10 per cent; 
usury recoverable in an action of debt. 

Louisiana, 8 per cent ; Bank interest 6 ; conventional as high as 
10; beyond that void. 
Tennessee, 6 per cent ; usurious contracts void. 
Kentucky, 6 per cent ; usury may be recovered with costs. 
Ohio, 6 per cent; usurious contracts void. 
Indiana, 6 per cent ; on written agreements may go as high as 
10 ; penalty foj usury, a fine of double the excess. 

Illinois, 6 per cent; by contract 12 ; beyond, forfeit thrice the 
interest. 

Missouri, 6 per cent ; by contract 10 ; if beyond, forfeit of inter- 
est and usury. 
Michigan, 7 per cent ; forfeit of usury and one-fourth of debt. 
Arkansas, 6 per cent; by agreement 10; usury recoverable, 
but contract void. 
District of Columbia, 6 per cent ; usurious contracts void. 
Florida, S per cent ; forfeit interest and excess. 
Wisconsin, 7 per cent ; by contract 12 ; forfeit thrice the excess. 
Iowa, 7 per cent; by agreement 12; forfeit thrice the excess. 
On debts or judgments in favour of the United States, interest 
is computed at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum. 



RULE OF MILEAGE 

Of the several Towns in this State to Hartford and New Haven, on 
which the Fees for Travel of the Members of the General Assem- 
bly and all oi hers who are paid out of the Treasury of the State, 
are by law computed. 



! Miles 


Miles 


Miles 


TOWNS. Hi% 


TOWNS. B 


as 


TOWNS. 


ffllffi 


|S|ffl 


£ 


a 




a|*q 


Hartford L- 


- 35 


Bozrah 34 


51 


Vol ui) town 


59|79 


Avon (l 


2 35 


Colchester 25 


15 


Windham 


30 54 


Berlin tl 


3 24 


East Lyme 44 


18 


Woodstock 


41 


76 


Bristol 1 


7 29 


Franklin 36 


60 


Litchfield 


30 


36 


Bloomfield 


7 42 


Griswold 53 


73 


Barkhamsled 


21 


50 


Burlington 1 


8 37 


Groton 50 


59 


Bethlem 


36 


32 


Canton 1 


7 40 


Lebanon 30 


51 


Canaan 


45 


56 


EastHartford 


4 39 


Ledyard 50 


59 


Colebrook 


31 


55 


EastWindsor 1 


146 


Lisbon 42 


65 


Cornwall 


39 


48 


Enfield 1 


7 52 


Lyme 45 


43 


Goshen 


32 


42 


Farmington 1 


027 


Montville 37 


62 


Harwinton 


23 


38 


Glastenbury 


9 38 


N.Stonington 55 


71 


Kent 


49 


50 


Granby 1 


S50 


Preston 45 


67 


New Hartford 


22 


43 


Hartland 5 


5 52 


Salem 34 


45 


NewMilford 


48 


40 


Manchester 


9 43 


Stonington ;57 


66 


Norfolk 




55 


Marlborough 1 


6 36 


Waterford |44 


52 


Plymouth 


23 


32 


Rocky Hill 


731 


Fairfield 57 


22 


Roxbury 


43 


29 


Simsbury 


3 40 


Danbury 61 


36 


Salisbury 


51 


67 


Southington 


9 21 


Bridgeport 52 


17 


Sharon 


51 


60 


Suffield 


18 53 


Brookfield 61 


31 


Torrington 


28 


44 


So. Windsor 


8 43 


Darien 7< 


38 


Warren 


14 


4 


Wethersfield 


4 32 


East on 62 


28 


Washington 


43 


35 


Windsor 


8 42 


Greenwich 8r 


43 


Watertown 


30 30 


New Haven 


35 — 


Huntington 5; 


17 


Winchester 


30 


45 


Bethany 


36 10 


Monroe 55 


17 


Woodbury 


37 


25 


Bran ford 


10, 9 


New Canaan 7; 


38 


Middletown 


15 


23 


Cheshire 


26 14 


NewFairfield 6£ 


37 


Haddam 


25 


28 


Derby 


45 10 


Newtown 5C 


25 


Chatham 




32 


East Haven 


40! 5 


Nor walk 6' 


32 


Chester 




32 


Guilford 


36|l6 


Redding 6f 


>34 


Cilnton 




25 


Hamden 


13 6 


Ridgefield 7.' 


>40 


Durham 


21 


18 


Madison 


36 21 


Sherman 6( 


150 


East Haddam 


33 


35 


Meriden 


17117 


Stamford T 


1 M 


Killingworth 


37 


25 


Middlebury 


36|23 


Stratford 4' 


U4 


Portland 


17 


29 


Mil lord 


45'10 


Trumbull 5' 


5 20 


iSaybrook 


38 


38 


Naugatuck 


3517 


Weston 6 


-32 


Westbrook 


40 


30 


Nor. Bran ford 


35 9 


West port 6 


12-) 


Tolland 


H 


54 


North Haven 


28 8 


Wilion 7 


3 3S 


Bolton 


14 


49 


Orange 


41 6 


Brooklyn 4 


4 68 


Columbia 


23 


16 


Oxford 


42 15 


Ash ford 3 


1 66 


. Coven ty 


21 


56 


Prospect 


30 15 


Canterbury 4 


164 


Ellington 


15 


51 


Souihbury 


4 20 


Chaplin 3 


3 63 


Hebron 


2". 


lv 


Wallin^ford 


23 13 


Hampton 3 


3 63 


j Mansfield 


27 


DV 


Waterbury 


3d 22 


Killingly 4 


7 82 


Somers 


■24 


5x 


Wolcott 


2( 24 


Plainfield 4 


5 68 


Stafford 


2816: 


Wood!i ridge 


3h 8 


■ Pom fret 4 


75 


Union 


33i65 


New London 


45 54 


Sterling 4 


9 73 


Vernon 


13J4* 


Norwich 


3b 58 


Thompson '4 


8 83 


Willincrton 


2, 


y$ 



11 



162 INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



Insurance Companies. 



Hartford Fire Insurance Company. 

Eliphalet Terry, President. 

James G. Bolles, Secretary. 
Annual Meeting, 1st Thursday in June. 
Capital Stock, $150,000. 
Office, No. 16, State-street. 



Protection Fire and Marine Insurance Company" \ 
Hartford. 

Daniel W. Clark, President. 

William Conner. Secretary. 
Annual Election in June. 
Capita] Stock, $200,000. 
Office, No. 8, State-street. 



JEtna Fire Insurance Company*, Hartford. 

Thomas K. Brace, President. 

Simeon L. Loomis, Secretary. 
Annual election in June. 
Capital Stock, $200,000. 
Office, No. 58, State-street. 



Hartford County Mutual Fire Insurance Company 

Charles Shepard, President. 

R. A. Erving, Secretary. 

James Ward, Treasurer. 
Annual meeting in September. 
Office, No. 182| Main-street. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 163 

Mutual Life Insurance Company — Hartford. 
Eliphalet A. Bulkeley, Pres. ; Guy R. Phelps, Sec. ; 
D. S. Dodge, M. D., Exam. Physician. Annual Meet- 
ing, 1st Wednesday in Jan. Incorporated, 1840. 



NEW YORK INSURANCE AGENCIES IN HARTFORD. 

Manhattan Co., Capital, #250,000; Howard Co., 
Capital $300,000, J. M. Goodwin, Agent, 216 Main st. 

Marine Co., Capital $250,000; M. W. Chapin, 
■Agent, foot Ferry street. 

Life- Insurance and Trust Co., Capital $250,000 ; 
William Conner, Agent, 8 State street. 

Mutual Life Insurance Co. ; Ward Woodbridge, 
Agent, 58 State street. 

Mutual, Benefit Life Insurance Co. ; J. L. 
Howard, Agent, 122, Main street. 



Middlesex Mutual Assurance Company, Middletowa 

Samnel Cooper, President. 

William Woodward, Secretary and Treasurer. 



Mutual Security Insurance Company, New-Haven 
Chartered, 1841. Organized, 1844. 

Joseph N. Clark, President. 
Philip S. Galpin, Secretary. 



Capital Stock, $100,000. 



Norwich Fire Insurance Company. 

Charles Johnson, President. 

Joseph Williams, Secretary. 

Annual meeting, 1st Monday in January, 



164 RAILROAD COMPANIES. 

Norwich Mutual Assurance Company. 
Jabez Huntington, Treasurer. 

Frederick Miner, New London, Assistant Treasurer, 
Henry B. Tracy, Secretary. 
Annual meeting, 2d Monday in January. 



New London County Mutual Insurance Company? 
Norwich. 

John G. Huntington, President, 

John De Witt, Secretary, and Treasurer. 



New England Health Insurance Company, Norwich. 

Joel W. White, President. 
David Smith, Vice President. 
William P. Eaton, Secretary. 
John G. Huntington, Treasurer. 
Enoch C. Chapman, General Agent. 



Norwich Water Power Company. 
Edward Whiting, President, Secretary and Treasurer. 



Connecticut River Steamboat Company. 
Charles H. Northam, President and Treas.; * James 
M. Bunce. Secretary ; C. H. Northam, M. W. Chapin, 
J. N. Clark, T. R. Trowbridge, C. Peck, Directors. 



RAILROAD COMPANIES. 



Hartford and New Haven Railroad. 

Charles F. Pond, President. 

James H. Wells, Treasurer. 

Horatio Fitch, Secretary. 
Directors — Charles F. Pond, David Watkinson, Jas. 
Boorman, Elisha Peck, C. Vanderbilt, Ezra C. Reed, 
James S. Brooks. Frederick R. Griffin, C. W. Chapin. 



SOCIETIES. 165 

Stonington and Boston Railroad. 

Elisha Peck, President. 

Francis Amy, Treasurer and Superintendent. 
A. S. Mathews, Master of Transportation. 
Annual Meeting, third Tuesday in September. 



Norwich and Worcester Railroad Company. 

John C. Holland, President. 
George L. Perkins, Treasurer. 
J. W. Stowell, Superintendent. 
Annual meeting in July. 



Connecticut River Railroad. 

Erastus Hopkins, President. 

Samuel F. Lyman, Clerk and Treasurer. 



Housatonic Railroad. 

William P. Burrali, President. 
Ira Sherman, Secretary. 



OFFICERS OF THE AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Hon. Theodore Frelinghuysen, LL. D., N. Y., Pres- 
ident. 

Rev. John C. Erigham, D. D., Corresponding Secre- 
tary. 

Rev. Noah Levings, D. D., Financial Secretary. 

William Whitlock, Jun., Treasurer. 

Joseph Hyde, Gen. Agent and Assistant Treasurer. 



AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY. 

Hon. Theodore Frelinghuysen, LL. D., N. Y., Pres- 
ident. 



166 SOCIETIES. 

Rev. William A. Hallock, 0. Eastman, R. S. Cook, 
Secretaries. 

Rev. A. McClay, Recording Secretary. 

O. R. Kingsbury, Assistant Secretary and Treasurer, 

Depository No. 150 Nassau street, New York, John 
A. Ackley. 



MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF CONNECTICUT. 

Trustees — Rev. Joel Hawes, D. D.,Hon. Seth Terry, 
Rev. Noah Porter, D. D., Hon. Elisha Stearns, Rev. 
Samuel Spring, Rev. Timothy P. Gillett, Rev. Alvan 
Bond, Thomas C. Perkins, Esq., Hon. Thomas S. Will- 
iams, Horace Bushnell, D. D., Edward Goodwin, Esq. 

Francis Parsons, Esq., Treasurer. 

Rev. Horace Hooker, Secretary. 

Directors, in addition to the Trustees, who are ex of- 
ficio Directors.— Rev. B. Tyler, D. D., Rev. R. S. Stone, 
Rev. W. Clarke, Jonathan Barnes, Esq., Rev. S. W. S. 
Dutton, Rev. Anson S. Atwood. 



MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF CONNECTICUT. 
[Auxiliary to the American Home Missionary Soc] 

Hon, Thomas S. Williams, Chairman. 
H. Hooker, Secretary and Auditor. 
Francis Parsons, Treasurer. 



BAPTIST EDUCATION SOCIETY. 

J. W. Dimock, Treasurer. 
Rev. R. R. Raymond, Secretary. 



CONNECTICUT ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. 

Benjamin Silliman, President. 
James Murdock, Vice President. 
Council— Eli W. Blake, Eieazar T. Fitch, Denison 
Olmsted, Josiah W. Gibbs, Edward E. Salisbury. 



SOCIETIES. 167 

Recording Secretary — Francis Bradley. 

Treasurer — Wyllys Warner. 

Corresponding Secretaries — Jonathan Knight, Chas. 
Hooker, Theodore D. Woolsey, Francis Bradley. 

Committee of Publication — Anthony D. Stanley, Eli 
W. Blake, Josiah W. Gibbs. 

Election 4th Tuesday of October. 



(AMERICAN) PHILOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 

[Incorporated A. ~D., 1844.] 

James Kingsley, LL. D., President. 

James Murdock, D. D., 1st Vice President. 

A. B. Chapin, M. A., Corresponding Secretary 

Charles W. Bradley, Recording Secretary. 

Erasmus D. North, M. D., Treasurer. 

Edward C. Herrick, M. A., Librarian. 

Executive Committee — Josiah W. Gibbs, M. A., 
Theodore D. Woolsey, M. A., Romeo Elton, D. D., 
William Tulley, M. D., Edward E. Salisbury, M. A. 

Annual meeting held in New Haven, on the Friday 
after the Commencement in Yale College. 

Election 3d Wednesday in August. 



CONNECTICUT SOCIETY OF NATURAL HISTORY. 

Charles H. Olmsted, President. 

Vice Presidents — William W. Turner, 1st, J. Monds,. 
2d, Phillip Ripley, 3d. 

Corresponding Secretary — William. W. Turner. 

Recording Secretary — S. Saltmarsh. 

Curators — Charles H. Olmsted, J. Monds, William 
R. Lawrence, William W. Turner, Phillip Ripley. 
Wm. J. Barry. ' 



NEW HAVEN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. 
*v 

Alfred S. Monson, M. D., President. 
Charles Robinson, > yi p resjdent3 _ 
Henry Whitney, ) 



168 SOCIETIES. 

George Gabriel, Recording Secretary. 
Ebenezer H. Bishop, Corresponding Secretary. 
Stephen D. Pardee, Treasurer. 
Francis Trowbridge, Seedsman. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Charles H. Pond, Milford, President. 
Jared Bassett, Hamden, "^ 

Timothy Brockway, Branford, f 
James D. Wooster, Middlebury, J 
Alfred S. Monson, New Haven, Treasurer. 
Henry Whitney, New Haven, Corresponding and Re- 
cording Secretary. 
Francis Trowbridge, New Haven, Seedsman. 



YOUNG MEN'S INSTITUTE, HARTFORD. 

E. K. Hunt, President. 
L. C. Burnham, 1st Vice President. 
Oliver D. Cooke, 2d Vice President. 
Lucius F. Robinson, Corresponding Secretary. 
John W. Berthrong, Recording Secretary. 
Burgis P. Starr. Treasurer. 
Directors — Ralph Saunders, Samuel G. Savage, Wm. 
Conner, Jr., A. B. Crowell, Richard D. Hubbard. 



CONNECTICUT TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. 

Austin Williams, of Farmington, President. 

Vive Presidents — Barzillai Hudson, Hartford, co. ; 
Levi S. Parsons, New Haven co. ; Andrew M. Frink, 
New London co. ; Charles Blakesley, Fairfield co. ; 
Andrew T. Judson, Windham co. ; Ely Warner, Mid- 
dlesex co. ; Thomas Clark, Tolland co. 

Recording Secretary — Wm. StOrer, New Haven. 

Cor. Secretary — Elisha M. Gorham, N. Haven. 



SOCIETIES. 169 

Treasurer — Royal Flint, Hartford. 

Central Committee — Cyrus Williams, Amos Town- 
send, Jr., Elisha M. Gorham, New Haven ; Francis 
Parsons, Timothy Williams, Hartford. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY TOTAL ABSTINENCE 
SOCIETY. 

Election 3d Thursday of November. 
Charles Hickok, of Southbury, President. 
Secretary — William Storer, New Haven. 
Treasurer — Amos Townsend, Jr., New Haven. 



WASHINGTONIAN SOCIETY, NEW HAVEN. 

Joel B. Foote, President. 
Vice Presidents — Howard Smith, James A. Gorham. 
Treasurer — Morris Tyler. 
Recording Secretary — David M. Burwell 
Corresponding Secretary — Elisha M. Gorham. 



POMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF NEW HEAVEN. 

Founded in 1845. 
Henry W. Edwards, President. 
Eli Ives, M. D., Vice President. 
Charles Nicoll, Treas. Virgil M. Dow, Secretary. 



MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION. 

Incoporated, May, 1834. , 
Charles B. Lines, President. 
Edmund B. Barnum, Vice President. 
Gardner Morse Sec. Ezra S. Hubbard, Treas. 
Annual Meeting in December. 



170 SCHOOL FUND. 



SCHOOL FUND. 



The property constituting the Capital of the School 
Fund, as audited and examined by the Auditors of Pub- 
lic Accounts, and each item compared with the docu- 
ments and vouchers in the office of the Commissioner, 
and reported to the last session of the Legislature, con- 
sisted of the following particulars, viz.: 
Contracts, Bonds and Mortgages, $1,642,083 22 

Bank Stock in Connecticut, - - 254,700 00 

Cultivated Lands and Buildings, in 3 States, 74,590 00 
Wild Lands in three States, - - 66,922 71 

Personal Estate, ISO 00 

Cash in the Treasury for investment, - 31,579 08 



Total, $2,070,055 01 

The wild lands in Ohio, from which the fund origin- 
ated, were sold in 1795, for $1,200,000. 

There have been paid out to the schools from the 
income of the fund, the following, viz.: 
In the first 13 years, under a Board of 

Managers, - - - - $456,757 44 

In the next 15 years, under the adminis- 
tration of J. Hillhouse, - - 780,920 24 
In the last 21 years, under the adminis- 
tration of S. P. Beers, - - 1,962,359 85 



Whole amount divided to the Schools, $3,200,037 53 

In 1825, 6 and 7, the amount annually divided to the 
Schools was about $72,000, or 85 cents to each child. 
For the years 1842, 3, 4 ar.d 5, it has been about $117,- 
000 annually, or $1.40 to each child. The present year 
it is $1.45. . 

The State is divided into 215 School Societies, which 
are subdivided into 1644 School Districts. 

Number of children in the State, between 4 and 16 
years of age, 85,275. 



MASONIC. 171 

MASONIC. 
Grand Lodge of the State of Connecticut. 
Horace Goodwin, 2d., Grand Master; Avery C. Bab- 
cock, Deputy Grand Master ; Benoni A. Shepard, Sen. 
Grand Warden; William E. Sanford, Junior Grand 
Warden ; Benjamin Beecher, Grand Treas.; Eliphalet 
G. Storer, Grand Sec; Elisha Douglass, Sen. Gr. Deac; 
William Moody, Jun. Gr. Deac; Rev. John Moore, Gr. 
Chaplain ; George Shumway, Gr. Marshall ; James Ste- 
vens, Grand Sentinel ; George Giddings, Cyrus Goodell, 
Gr. Stewards ; Elizur Skinner, Gr. Tyler. 



Grand Royal Arch Chapter. 

Benoni A. Shepherd, Gr. High Priest; William E. 
Sanford, Dep. Gr. H. Priest; George Giddings, Gr. 
King ; Theodore Spencer, Gr. Scribe ; Benjamin" Beech- 
er, Gr. Treas.; Eliphalet G. Storer, Gr. Sec; Elisha 
Douglass, Gr. Marshall ; Chauncey Burgess, Gr. Sent.; 
Rev. John Moore, Gr. Chaplain ; Elizur Skinner, Gr. 
Tvler. 

Grand Lodge meets alternately at Hartford and New 
Haven, on Thursday after the 2d Wednesday in May; 
and the Grand R. A. Chapter, on Friday, this year, at 
Hartford. 



Grand Council of Select Masters. 
Benoni A. Shepard. G. P.; David Clark, Dep. G. P.; 
Richard Fitzgerald, G. T. I.; Chauncey Burgess, G. P. 
C; Cyru3 Goodell, G. C. G.; Benjamin Beecher, G, 
Treas., Eliphalet G. Storer, G. Sec ; Rev. John Moore, 
G. Chaplain; James H. Ashmead, G. Steward; Elizur 
Skinner, G. Sentinel. 



Grand Encampment of Knights Templars. 
William H. Ellis, G. M,; Eliphalet G. Storer, D. G. 
M.; Nahum Flagg, G. G.; George Giddings, G. C. G.; 
Horace Goodwin, 2d., G. P.; George Shumway, G. Sen. 
W.; James H. Ashmead, G. Jun. W.; Anson T. Colt, 
G. Recorder; James Ward, G. Treas.; Abijah H. Wood- 
ruff, Gr. standard bearer ; Allen Goodwin, G. sword 



172 MASONIC. 

bearer ; Frederick Croswell, G. Warden ; Elizur Skin- 
ner, G. Sentinel. 

Meet alternately at Hartford and New Haven, on 
Friday after second Wednesday in May; this year, at 
Hartford. 



Connecticut Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows. 
Prelate Demick, G, M.; Junius Willey, R. W. G. W. 
Samuel Bishop, R. W. G. T.; John Greenwood, Jr. R. 
W. G. M.; Lucius G. Peck, R. W. G. S.; Thomas P. 
Abell, W. G. C.; Newell C. Hall, W. G. M.; Chowell 
J. Gruman, W. G, C; Edson Fessenden, W. G. G.; 
Philo M. Judson, R. W. G. Rep. G. L. U. S. P. G. M.; 
H. L. Miller, do. do. do. 



* Grand Encompment.. 

William L. Brewer, M. W. Grand Patriarch ; Mun- 
son A. Shepard, M. E. G. High Piest; Jotfn W. Jud- 
son, R. W. G. S. Warden ; Prelate Demick, R. W. G. 
Scribe ; Samuel Bishop, R. W. G. Treas.; Junius M. 
Willey, R. W. G. J. Warden; John Greenwood, Jr., 
R. W. G. Representative. 



Grand Lodge of the U. S. of L O. O. F. 
Howe R. Kneass, M. W.Grand Sire; Knelbell A. 
Thompson, R. W. D. G. Sire ; James L. Ridgely, G. 
Recording and Corresponding Secretary ; Andrew E. 
Warner, G. Treasurer. 



CONNECTICUT STATE PRISON. 

Directors — Levi Edwards, David A. Fox, Richard H. 
Phelps. 

Warden, Elisha Johnson. 

Physician, Ashbel Robertson. 

Chaplain, Rev. N. Kellogg,. 

By the official report it appears that the income from 
the prison, for the year ending March 31, 184G, was 
$18,793. The amount of expenditures was $11,763— 
leaving a net profit of $7,030 to the State. 



GOVERNORS OF THE STATES. 



173 



GOVERNORS 



OF THE STATES AND TERRITORIES, WITH THEIR SALA- 
v RIES, AND TERMS OF OFFICE. 



States. 


Governors. 


Salary. 


Tm 


trrti. exp'rs 


Maine. 


Hugh J. Anderson, 


1,500 


1 


Jan. 


1847 


N. H. 


Anthony Colby, 


1,000 


I 


June, 


1S47 


Vt. 


Horace Eaton, 


750 


1 


Oct. 


1847 


Mass. 


George N. Briggs, 


2,500 


1 


Jan. 


1848 


R.I. 

Conn. 




400 


1 


May, 
May, 


1847 


Isaac Toucey, 


1,100 


1 


1847 


N. Y. 


John Young, 


4,000 


2 


Jan. 


1850 


N.J. 


Charles C. Stratton, 


2,000 


3 


Oct. 


1847 


Penn. 


Francis R. Shunk, 


3,000 


3 


Jan. 


1848 


Del. 


Thorp 


1,3331 


3 


Jan. 


1S4S 




Md. 


Thomas J. Pratt, 


4,200 


3 


Jan. 


1848 


Va. 


William Smith, 


3,333^ 


3 


Mar. 


1849 


N. C. 


William A.Graham, 


2,000 


2 


Jan. 


1850 


s. c. 




3,500 


2 


Dec. 


1846 


Ga. 


Geo. W. Crawford, 


3,500 


2 


Nov. 


1847 


Ala. 


Joshua L. Martin, 


3,500 


2 


Dec. 


1847 


Miss. 


Albert G. Brown, 


3,000 


2 


Jan. 


1848 


La. 
Ark. 




6,000 
2,000 


4 


Jan. 

Nov. 


1847 

1848 


Thomas S. Drew, 


4 


Tean. 


Aaron V. Brown, 


2,000 


2 


Oct. 


1847 


Ky. 


William Owsley, 


2,500 


4 


Sept. 


1848 


Ohio, 


William Bibb, 


1,500 


2 


Dec. 


1848 


Mich. 


Alpheus Felch, 


1,500 


2 


Jan. 


1848 


Ind. 




1,500 


3 


Dec. 


1846 


111. 




1,100 


4 


Dec. 


1846 


Mo. 


John C. Edwards, 


1,500 


4 


Nov. 


1848 


Flor. 


Wm. D. Mosely, 


2,500 


4 


July, 


1849 


Wise. 


Henry Dodge, 


2,500 


3 


Mar. 


184S 


Iowa, 


James Clark, 


2,500 


3 


July, 


1848 



In Virginia and South Carolina, the Governors are 
appointed by the Legislatures; and if no one has a ma- 
jority of votes for Governor in the States where a ma- 
jority is requisite, the Legislature elects to the office 
one of the candidates voted for by the people. 



174 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

United States Calendar. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

James K. Polk, of Tennessee, President. 

Salary, $25,000 per annum. 

George M. Dallas, of Penn., Vice President. 

Salary, $5,000 per annum. 



THE CABINET. 

Salary. 
James Buchanan, of Penn. Secretary of State, $6,000 
Robert J. Walker, of Miss. Sec. of Treasury, ' 6,000 
William L. Marcy, of New York, Sec. of War, 6,000 
John Y. Mason, of Virginia, Sec. of Navy, 6,000 

Cave Johnson, of Tenn. Postmaster General, 6,000 

Nathan Clifford, of Maine, Attorney General. 4.000 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 

Robert J. Walker, Secretary; James W. McCulloch, 
1st Comptroller ; Albion K. Parris, 2d Comp.; Wm. 
Collins, 1st Auditor ; J. M. McCalla, 2d Auditor ; Peter 
Hagner, 3d Auditor l . Aaron O.Dayton, 4th Auditor; 
S. Pleasonton, 5th Auditor; William Selden, Treas.; 
Ransom R. Gillet, Register ; Mich. Nourse, Chief Clk. ; 
Seth Barton, Solicitor; James Shields, Com. Gen.; 
Land Office — S. H. Laughlin, Recorder; J, M. Moore, 
Chief Clerk. 

SUB-TREASURERS. 

Henry Hubbard, Boston ; salary 5 - $2,500 

Wm. C. Bouck, N. York, " - - - 4,000 

William Laval, Charleston, u 2,500 

George Penn. St. Louis, " - 2,500 

JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 

Supreme Court of the United States. 

Held at Washington, on the 1st Monday in December 

annually. 
Roger B. Taney, Chief Justice, Md. salary, $5,000 
John McLean. Asso. Justice, Ohio, do. 4,500 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 



175 



Jas. M. "V^nync, Asso. Justice, 


Geo. s 


alary, 


4,500 


John McKinley, 


do. 


Ala. 


do. 


4,500 


John Catron, 


do. 


Tenn. 


do. 


4,500 


Peter V. Daniel, 


do. 


Va. 


do. 


4,500 


Samuel Nelson, 


do. 


n. y. 


do. 


4,500 


Levi Woodbury, 


do. 


N. H. 


do. 


4,500 


Robert C. Grier, 


do. 


Perm. 


do. 


4,500 


Nathan Clifford, 


do. 


Maine, 


, do. 


4,500 


Benjamin C. Howard, Reporter 


,Md. 


do. 


1,000 


William T. Carroll 


, Clerk 


Wash. 


do. 


1,000 


Alexander Hunter, 


Marshal, 


Wash. 


do. 


Fees, Sec. 



LIST OF UNITED STATES SENATORS. 

George M. Dallas, President of the Senate. 
Asbury Dickens, Secretary,— Salary $3,000. 



Members. Term expires. 


Members. Term expires. 


MAINE. 




SOUTH CAROLINA. 




George Evans 


1847 


John C. Calhoun 


1847 


John Fairfield 


1851 


A. P. Butler 


1849 


MCWHAMPSHIHK. 




GEORGIA. 




Joseph Cilley 


1847 


John McPherson Berrien 


1847 


Charles G. Atherton 


1849 


Walter T. Colquitt 


1849 


VERMONT. 




ALABAMA. 




William Upham 


1849 


Dixon H. Lewis 


1847 


Samuel S. Phelps 


1851 


Arthur P. Bagby 


1849 


Massachusetts. 




MISSISSIPPI. 




Daniel Webster 


1847 


Joseph W. Chalmers 


1847 


John Davis 


1851 


Jesse Speight 


1851 


RHODE ISLAND. 




LOUISIANA. 




James F. Simmons 


1847 


Alexander Barroio 


1847 


Albert G. Greene 


1851 


Henry Johnson 


1849 


CONNECTICUT. 




TENNESSEE. 




John M. Niles 


1849 


Spencer Jarnagin 


1847 


Jabez W. Huntington 


1851 


Hopkins L. Turney 


1851 


NEW-YORK. 




KENTUCKY. 




John A. Dix, 


J849 


James T. Morehead 


1847 


Daniel S. Dickinson 


1851 


John J. Crittenden 


1849 


NEW-JERSEY. 




OHIO. 




Jacob W. Miller 


1847 


William Allen 


1849 


William L. Dayton 


1851 


Thomas Cor win 


1851 


PENNSYLVANIA. 




INDIANA. 




Simon Cameron 


1849 


Edward A. Hannegan 


1849 


Daniel Sturgeon 


1851 


Jesse D. Bright 


1851 


DELAWARE. 




ILLINOIS. 




Thomas Clayton 


1847 


James Semple 


1847 


John M. Clayton 


1851 


Sidney Breese 


1849 


MARYLAND. 




MISSOURI. 




James A. Pearce 


1849 


David R. Atchison 


1849 


Reverdy Johnson, 


1851 


Thomas H. Benton 


1851 


VIRGINIA. 




ARKANSAS. 




William S. Archer 


1847 


Chester Ashley 


1847 


Isaac S. Fenny backer 


1851 


Ambrose H. Sevier 


1849 



176 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 


MICHIGAN. 




Willie P. Mangum 


1847 William Woodbridge 


1347 


George E. Badger 


1349 Lewis Cass 


1851 


FLORIDA. 


TEXAS. 




James D. Westcott 


1849 Samuel Houston 


1849 


David Yulee 


1851 Thomas J. Rusk 


1851 


The Democrats are (listing 


pushed by the roman ; the Whigs 


by the 


italic. 







HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

John W. Davis, of Indiana, Speaker. 

B. B. French, Clerk. 

maine. 10 Samuel Gordon, 

1 John F. Soammon, H John F. Collin, 

2 Robert P. Dunlap, 12 T. C. Ripley, 
13 Brad. R. Wood, 



3 Luther Severance, 

4 John D. McCrate, 

5 Cullen Sawtelle, 

6 Hannibal Hamlin, 

7 Hez. Williams. 

NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 



17 James Blanchard 

18 Andrew Stewart, 

19 Henry D. Foster, 

20 John H. Ewing 



14 Erastus D. Culver, 21 Corn. Darragh, 

15 Joseph Russell, 22 William S. Garvin, 

16 Hugh White, 23 James Thompson, 

17 Charles S. Benton, 24 Joseph Btiffington. 

18 Preston King, Delaware. 



Elected by gen. ticket. 19 Orville Hungerford, l John W. Houston 

■»*■ tvt„ — ;„ t„ on Timnthv Jenkins. >r .n, r ;,.m 



"Mo'ses Norris, Jr., 20 Timothy Jenkins 
Mace Moulton, 21 Charles Goodyear , 

James H. Johnson, 22 Stephen Stroni 



[One Vacancy.] 

VERMONT. 

1 Solomon Foot, 

2 Jacob Collamer. 

3 George P. Marsh, 

4 P. Dillingham, Jr. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

2 Daniel P. King, 

3 Amos Abbott, 

4 Benj. Thompson, 

5 Charles Hudson, 

6 George Ashmun 

7 Julius Rockwell, 

8 John Q. Adams, 

9 Artemas Hale, 
10 Joseph Grinnell, 

RHODE ISLAND. 

1 Hy Y. Cranston, 

2 Lemuel H. Arnold. 

CONNECTICUT. 

1 James Dixon, 



MARYLAND. 

1 John G. Chapman, 

2 Thomas Perry, 

3 Thomas- W. Ligon, 

4 William F. Giles, 

5 Albert Constable, 



23 William J. Hough : 

24 Horace Wheaton, 

25 George Rathbun, 

26 SamUS. Ellsworth, g EdwarTL'om 

27 John DeMott, 

28 Elias B. Holmes, 

29 Charles H. Carroll, 

30 Martin G rover. 



is, 

32 Wm. A. Moseley, 

33 Albert Smith, 

34 Washington Hunt. 

NEW JERSEY". 



VIRGINIA. 

1 Arch. Atkinson, 

2 G. C. Dromgoole, 

3 W. M. Tread way, 

4 Edm. W. Hubard, 

5 Shelton F. Leake, 

6 James A. Seddon, 

7 Thomas H. Bayly, 

8 R. M. T. Hunter, 



G. Hampton, 9 John S. Pendleton, 



2 George Sykes 

3 John Runk, 

4 Joseph Edsall, 

5 William Wright* 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

1 Lewis C. Levin,* 

2 Jos. R. Inzer a oil, 

3 Jno. H. Campbell 



2 Sam'ID. Hubbard, 4 Chas. J. Ingersoll, 

3 John A. Rockwell, 5 Jacob S. Yost, 



4 Truman Smith. 

NEW YORK. 

1 J. W. Lawrence, 

2 H'y. I. Seaman,* 

3 Wm. S. Miller,* 

4 Wm. B. Maclay 



6 Jacob Erdman, 

7 A. R. Mcllvaine, 

8 John Strohm, 

9 John Ritter, 

10 R. Broadhead, Jr., 

11 Owen D. Leib, 

5 Ths. M. Woodruff,* 12 David Wilmot, 

6 W. W. Campbell/ 13 James Pollock, 

7 Jos. H. Anderson, 14 Alexander Ramaey, 2 Rich'd F. Simpson, 

8 W. W. »* oodworth, 15 Moses McLean, 3 Jos. A. Woodward, 

9 A.rch'd C. Niven, 16 James Black, 4 A. D. Sims, 



10 Henry Bedinger, 

11 James McDowell, 

12 Aug. A. Chapman, 

13 Geo. W. Hopkins, 

14 Joseph Johnson, 

15 Wm. G. Brown. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

1 James Graham, 

2 D. M. Bar ringer, 

3 DavidS. Reid, 

4 Alfred Dockery, 

5 James C. Dobbin, 

6 James J. McKay, 

7 John R. J. Daniel, 

8 Henrv s. Clarke, 

9 Asa Biggs. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

1 James A. Black, 



MINISTERS. 



177 



5 Armistcad Burt, 9 Aug. L. Perrill, 

6 Isaac E. Holmes, 10 Columbus Delano, 

7 R. Barnwell Rhett. \\ Jacob Brinkerhoft", 

Georgia, vi Samuel F. Vinton, 

1 Thos. Butler King, 13 Isaac Parish, 

2 Seaborn Jones, 14 Alexander Harper, 

3 G. W. B. Towns, 15 Joseph Morris : 



3 Thomas Smith, 

4 Caleb B. Smith, 

5 William W. Wick, 

6 John W. Davis, 

7 E. W. McGaughey, 

8 John Petit, 

9 Chas. W. C ithcart, 



4 Hugh A. Haralson, 16 John D. Cummins, 10 Andrew Kennedy. 

5 John H. Lumpkin, 17 George Fries, 

6 Howell Cobb, 18 D. A. Starkweather, 

7 Alex'r H. Stephens, 19 Daniel R. Tilden, 

8 Robert Toombs. 20 Josh. R. Giddings, 

ALA BAM A. 21 JOSCph M. ROOt. 



1 Samuel D. Dargin, 

2 Henry W. Hilliard, 

3 William Cottrell, 

4 Winter W. Payne, 

5 George S. Houston, 

6 Reuben Chapman, 

7 F. W. Bowden. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Elected by gen. ticket. 
Jacob Thompson, 
Stephen Adams, 
Robert W.Roberts, 
Henry T. Ellet. 

LOUISIANA. 

1 Emilie LaSere, 

2 B. G. Thibodeaux, 

3 J. H. Harmanson, 

4 Isaac E. Morse. 



KENTUCKY, 

1 Linn Boyd, 



LL1NOIS. 

1 Robert Smith, 

2 J. A. McClernand, 

3 Orlando B. Ficklin, 

4 John Wentworth, 

5 Step'n A. Douglass, 

6 Joseph P. Hodge, 



2 John H.McHenry, 7 Ab ™^™ ^L n t colR ' 

3 Henry Grider T 



4 Joshua F. Fell, 

5 Bryan R. Young, 

6 John P. Martin, 

7 W. P. Thomasson, 

8 Garret Davis, 

9 Andrew Trumbo, 
10 John W. Tibbatts. 



TENNESSEE. 

1 Andrew Johnson, 

2 William M. Cocke, 

3 John Crozier, 

4 Alvan Cullom, 

5 George W. Jones, 

6 Barclay Martin, 

7 Meredith P.Gentry , 

8 Edwin H. Ewing, 

9 L. B. Chase, 
\ R^ertT^chenck W Fred. P. Stanton, 
IjoseTnVancT n MUtan Brown. 

5 W-illiam Sawyer, Indiana. 

6 Henry St. John, l Robert Dale Owen, 

7 Jos. J. McDowell, 2 Thomas J. Henley, 

8 Allen G. Thurman, 
Democrats 145, in Roman ; Whigs 76, in Italics; Natives 6, with 

a star. Vacancies, 2. Democratic majority, 63. 



OHIO. 

1 James J. Faran, 
2F. A. Cunningham, 



Elected by gen. ticket. 
James B. Bowlin, 
James H. Relfe, 
Wm. McDaniel, 
John S. Phelps, 
Leonard H. Sims. 

ARKANSAS. 

[One Vacancy. 3 

MICHIGAN. 

1 Robert McClelland, 

2 John S. Chipman, 

3 James B. Hunt. 

FLORIDA. 

W. H. Brockenbrough. 

IOWA. 

S. C.Hastings, 
Shepherd Leffler. 

WISCONSIN. 

Morgan L. Martin. 

TEXAS. 

1 David S. Kaufman, 

2 Timothy Pillsbury. 



MINISTERS ABROAD. 
Ministers Plenipotentiary. 
Great Britain — George Bancroft, Mass. ; London. 
France — William R. King, Ala. ; Paris. 
Russia— Ralph I. Ingersoll, Conn.; St. Petersburg. 
Prussia — Henry Wheaton, R. I.; Berlin. 
Brazil — Henry A Wise, Va. ; Rio Janeiro. 
Spain — R. M. Saunders, Madrid. 
China — Alexander H. Everett, Mass. [Commissioner,] 
12 



178 OFFICERS OF THE CUSTOMS. 

Turkey— Dabney S. Carr, Md. ; [Min. res.] Constanti- 
nople. 

Charges d'affaires. 

Netherlands — A. Davezac, N. Y. ; Hague. 

Belgium — Thomas G. Clemson, Pa.; Brussels. 

Sweden — Henry W. Ellsworth, Ind. ; Stockholm. 

Denmark — William W. Irwin, Pa. ; Copenhagan. 

New Grenada — Benj. A Bidlack, Pa. ; Bogota. 

Venezuela — Benjamin G. Shields. Ala. ; Caraccas. 

Chili — William Crump, Va. ; Santiago. 

Peru — A. G. Jewett, Me. ; Lima. 

Two Sicilies— William H.Polk, Tenn.; Naples. 

Argentine Republic — Wm. A. Harris, Tenn. ; B. Ayres, 

Sardinia — Robert Wickliffe, Jr., Ky. ; Turin. 

Portugal — Abraham Rencher, N. C. ; Lisbon. 

Austria — Wm. H. Stiles, Ga. ; Vienna. 

Foreign Ministers accredited to the Government of 
the United States, 
Russia, Alexander Bodisco. Argentine Rep., Don 

Carlos Maria de Alvear. France,. M. Geo. Serrurier. 

Great Britain, Richard Packenham. Spain, M. Calde- 

ron de la Barca. 



Ministers Resident. — Portugal, J. C. de Figaniere, 
Brazil, Chev. Gaspar Jose de Lisboa. Prussia, Sr. de 
Gerolt. 

Charges d' Affaires. — Denmark, M. Steen de Bille. 
Belgium, M. Charles Sermys. Sweden, Chevalier 
Gustavus de Nordin. Austria, Chevalier Hulsemann, 
Netherlands, Chevalier F. M. W. Testa. Sardinia,. 
Count Albert Lupi de Montalto. 



OFFICERS OF THE CUSTOMS. 

New London. Thomas Mussey, Collector; Elijah 
Ames, Deputy Collector ; Perry Douglass, Surveyor ; 
Henry Douglass, Inspector ; Epaphras Porter, Survey- 
or, Norwich; James Treadway, Inspector, Lyme; 
Adam Manwaring, Inspector, East Lyme ; Horace Chap- 
man, Lyme. 



NAVY LIST. 179 

New Haven. Norris Wilcox, Collector ; Charles S. 
A. Davis, Surveyor ; John Galpin, Walter Osborne, 
Weighers and Guagers ; Elias Gilbert, Weigher and 
Measurer; Samuel VV. Wads worth, Hezekiah Gorham, 
Inspectors; John Colburn, Alfred Bassett, Night In- 
spectors: Matthew Bristol, Inspector, Derby; J. H. 
Bartholomew, Inspector, Bran ford and Sachem's Head 
George L. Dowd, Inspector, Guilford and Madison. 

Middletown. Philip Sage, Collector ; Leverett £Iub- 
bard, Deputy; Daniel Burrows, Surveyor; William 
Willard, Surveyor, Saybrook, Seth Belden, Surveyor 
and Inspector, Hartford. 



LIST OF NAVY OFFICERS. 

Captains — James Barron, Charles Stewart, Jacob 
Jones, Charles Morris, Lewis Warrington, William M. 
Crane, James Biddle, Chas. G. Ridgely, John Downes, 
Stephen Cassin, James Renshaw, Alexander S. Wads- 
^orth, George C. Read, Henry E. Ballard, John B. 
^icolson, Jesse Wilkinson, Thomas Ap Catesby Jones, 
William Compton Bolton, William B. Shubrick, Chas. 
W. Morgan, Lawrence Kearny, Foxhall A. Parker, 
Edward R. McCall, Daniel Turner, David Conner, 
Wm. M. Hunter, John D. Sloat, M. C. Perry, Charles 
W. Skinner, John T.Newton, Joseph Smith, Lawrence 
Rousseau, George W. Storer, Francis H. Gregory, Ben- 
jamin Cooper, David Geisinger, Robert F. Stockton, 
Isaac McKeever, John P. Zantzinger, William D. 
Salter, Charles S. McCauley, Thomas M. Newell, Elie 
F. A. Lavalette, T. T. Webb, John Percival, John H. 
Aulick, William V. Taylor, Bladen Dulany, Silas H. 
Stringham, Isaac Mayo, William Mervine, Thomas 
<^tabb, Thomas Paine, James Armstrong, Joseph Smoot, 
Samuel L. Breese, Benjamin Page, John Gumn, Thos. 
W. Wyman, Andrew Fitzbugh, Wm. K. Latimer, 
Hiram Paulding, Uriah P. Levy, Charles Boarman, 
French Forrest, Willam Jamesson, 
. 



180 



VESSELS OF WAR. 



COMMANDERS OF SQUADRONS. 

Commodore David Conner, Home Squadron. 
Commodore Lawrence Rosseau, Coast of Brazil. 
Commodore Wm. B. Shubrick, Pacific Ocean. 
Commodore George C. Read, Coast of Africa. 
Commodore James Biddle, East Indies. 
Commander Stephen Champlin, On the Lakes. 



" VESSELS 


OF WAR OF THE 


U. S. NAVY. 




Ships of the Line. 






Guns. 




Guns. 


Franklin, 


74 


Alabama, 


74 


Washington, 


74 


Vermont, 


74 


Columbus, 


74 


Virginia, 


74 


Ohio, 


74 


Pennsylvania, 


120 


North Carolina, 74 


New York, 


74 


Delaware, 


74 








Frigates, 1st Class, 




Independence, 


(razee,) 54 


Sabine, 


44 


United States, 


44 


Savannah, 


44 


Constitution, 


44 


karitan, 


44 


Potomac, 


44 


Columbia, 


44 


Brandy wine, 


44 


St. Lawrence, 


44 


San tee, 


44 


Congress, 


44 


Cumberland, 


44 








Frigates, 2d Class. 




Constellation, 


36 | Macedonian, 
Sloops of War. 


36 


John Adams, 


20jSt. Mary's, 20| Saratoga, 


22 


Boston, 


20 Albany, 20 Ontario, 


18 


Vincennes, 


20 Portsmouth, 20 Marion, 


16 


Warren, 


20 Germantown, 20 Decatur, 


16 


Falmouth, 


20 Plymouth, 20Preble, 


16 


Fairfield, 


20 Jamestown, 20 


Yorktown, 


16 


Vandalia, 


20 Cayane, 20 


Dale,. 


16 


St. Louis, 


20 Levant, 20 








Brigs. 




Somers, 


10 


Lawrence, 


10 


Dolphin, 


10 


Truxton, 


10 


Porpoise, 


10 


Perry, 


10 


Bainbridge, 


10 









ARMY LIST. COURTS. 181 

Schooners. 
Shark, 10 Enterprise, 10 Boxer, 10 Experiment 4 

Steamers. 
Fulton 4 1 Poinsett, — 1 Mississippi, 10 

Union, — | Princeton, — | Michigan, — 

To the foregoing a number of brigs, schooners, and 
steamers have been recently added. 



ARMY LIST. 

Winfield Scott, Major General, General in chief, 
Head Quarters, Washington city. 

Zachary Taylor, Major General, commander of the 
M Army of Occupation," in Mexico. 

Edmund P. Gaines, Brevet Major General, Head 
Quarters, city of New 1 York. 

John E. Wool, Brigadier General, commanding divi- 
sion of the army operating against Mexico. 

David E. Twiggs, Brigadier General, commanding 
division of the army under Gen. Taylor. 

Stephen W. Kearny, Brigadier General, commander 
of the " Army of the West," operating against Mexico., 



U. S. CIRCUIT COURTS IN CONNECTICUT. 

February, District — New Haven, 4th Tuesday. 
April, Circuit — New Haven, 4th Tuesday. 

May, , District— Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 

August. District — New Haven, 4th Tuesday. 
September, Circuit — Hartford, 3d Tuesday. 
November, District — Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 



DISTRICT COURT OF CONNECTICUT, 
Andrew T. Judson, Judge; Charles A. Ingersoll, 
Clerk; Jonathan Stoddard, Attorney; Benning Mann, 
Hartford, Marshall ; Charles S. A. Davis, Deputy. 



182 AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION. 



Proposed Amendments to the Constitution of mf* 
State ; ordered to be continued to the next General 
Assembly. 

" That there shall be one stated session of the Gen- 
eral Assembly, to be holden in each year alternately at 
Hartford and New Haven, on the first Wednesday of 
December, and at such other times as the General As- 
sembly shall judge necessary. The session holden on 
the first Wednesday of December, 1848, shall be holden 
at Hartford. On special emergencies or in case of dan- 
ger, the person administering the office of Governor 
may convene the General Assembly as is now provided 
by the Constitution. 

"The Governor of this state shall hold his office for 
«me year from the first Wednesday of December next 
succeeding his election, and until his successor be 
duly qualified : and the Governor, Lieutenant Gover- 
nor, members of the General Assembly, Treasurer, Sec- 
retary and Comptroller who may be appointed by the 
electors in April, 1848, or by the General Assembly in 
May, 1848, may hold their offices until the first Wed- 
nesday of December, 184S; and all the officers ap- 
pointed by the General Assembly or either branch 
thereof, at their session in May, 1848, who by the 
Constitution are to be appointed annually, shall hoM 
their offices until the 20th day of January, 1849. 

"The persons who hold the office of Sheriff in the 
several counties on the second day of June, 1848, shall, 
unless otherwise removed, hold their said offices till 
the first day of January next after their respective 
terms of office would expire by virtue of the existing 
provisions of the Constitution. 

" That the annual meetings of the electors for the elec- 
tion of the several officers by them to be chosen at any 
annual elector's meeting shall be holden on the first 
Monday of November in each year, and not on the first 
Monday of April in each year ; and all the proceedings 
respecting returns, canvassing and counting votes now 
required by the Constitution to be had in the month of 



AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION. 183 

April, shall hereafter be had in the month of Novem- 
ber. And the General Assembly shall have power to 
enact laws providing for the election of Representa- 
tives at some time subsequent to the first Monday in 
November, in all cases when it shall so happen that the 
electors in any town shall fail on that day to elect the 
Representative or Representatives to which such town 
shall be by law entitled." 



" Every male citizen of the United States, who shall 
have attained the age of twenty-one years, who shall 
have resided in this state for a term of one year next 
preceding, and in the town in which he may offer him- 
self to be admitted to the privileges of an elector, at 
least six months next preceding the time he may so 
offer himself, and shall sustain a good moral character, 
shall on taking such oath as may be prescribed by law, 
be an elector." 



" The several towns in this state shall annually ap- 
point, by a majority of the votes of all the electors pres- 
ent, residing therein, and qualified to vote in the 
choice of Representatives therein, a sufficient number 
of Justices of the Peace within the same, at such time 
and in such manner as shall by law be prescribed." 

" The Judges of Probate shall severally be appointed 
by the electors residing in the several Probate Dis- 
tricts, and qualified to vote for Representatives therein, 
in such manner as shall be prescribed by law." 



INDEX. 



A. Page. 
Academies, 

of Arts and Science, 166 

Colchester, Ho 

Cheshire, no 
Almanack, 
Attorneys at Law, 

Hartford County 31 

New Haven, " 35 

New London, " 40 

Fairfield, " 44 

Windham, " 47 

Litchfield, " 51 

Middlesex, " 54 

Tolland, " 56 

Agricultural Society, 168 

Allotment of Judges, 26, 27 

Atheneum, 

Asylum, American, 92 
Amendments to the Constitu- 
tion Proposed, 182 
American Bible Society, 165 
Tract Society, 165 
Army List, 181 

B. 
Banks, Hartford, 

Hartford County, 116 

New Haven, " lis 

New London, " 12o 

Fairfield, " 124 

Windham, " 126 

Litchfield, " 116 

Middlesex, " 127 

Tolland, " 129 

Bank Commissioners, 64 

Directors on part of the 

State, 64 

Bishops, 90, 91 

Boroughs, 114, 115 

Baptist Education Society, 166 

Bible, American Society, 165 

C. 
Connecticut Government, 

Executive, 17 

Legislative, 17—22 

Judicial and Civil, 26 
County Courts and Officers, 

Judges of Probate, 27—74 



fc " Page 

Justices or Peace, 

Hartford County, 
New Haven, " 
New London, " 
Fairfield, " 

Windham, " 
Litchfield, " 
Middlesex, " 
Tolland, 
Cities, Hartford, 

New Haven, 
New London, 
Norwich, 
Middle town, 
Bridgeport, 
Clergy, Hartford County 
New Haven, " 
New London, " 
Fairfield, " 

Windham, " 
Litchfield, " 
Middlesex. " 
Tolland, " 

Colleges, Yale, 

Trinity, 
Wesleyan, 
Congressional Districts, 
Commissioners, 

On Turnpike Roads, 58 

" Bridges, 62 

" Ferries, 62 

" Railroads, 63 

" Canal, Farmington, 63 
" Union Company, 64 

To take ack. of Deeds out 

of the State, 64 

For other States, 66 

On Banks, 64 

Courts, Superior, Supreme 
Court of Errors, and Coun- 
ty, see Calendar pages, 5—17 
Connecticut Temperance So- 
ciety, 168 
State Prison, 172 
Connecticut River Steam- 
boat Co., 164 



32 



108 



INDEX. 



185 



D. 

Districts, Senatorial, 67 

Congressional, 57 

District Courts of Conn., 181 

E. 

Eclipses, 3 

Electors Meeting, 3 

G. 
General Hospital, 94 
Governors of States, 173 
Grand Lodge of I. O. O. F., 172 
Encampment " 172 
Lodge U.S. I. O.O. F., 172 
H. 
Hartford Mutual Life Insu- 
rance Co., 163 
I. 
Institute, Theological, 109 
Baptist, 109 
Insurance Companies, 162—164 

J. 
Judges, Superior and Supreme, 26 
County and Probate, 
see counties, 
Justices of Peace, see counties, 

L. 

Lodges, 171 

M. 
Militia, 1st Division, 131 
2d " 142 
3d " 150 
1st Brigade 131 
2d " 137 
3d " 142 
4th " 150 
5th " 146 
6th " 156 
Masonic Lodges, 171—172 
Medical Society, 94 
Missionary Society, Conn., 166 
Auxiliary " 166 
Mutual Aid Association, 169 
Mileage Rule, 161 
Ministers and Charges abroad, 177 
Accredited, 178 
N. 
Naval Officers, 179 
Notaries Public, 66 
Natural History Society, 167 
New Haven Horticultural So- 
ciety, 167 
Agricultural Society, 168 
O. 
Officers of the Customs, 178 



P. 

Post Offices and Masters, 

Hartford County, 68 

New Haven, " 69 

New London, " 70 

Fairfield, " 71 

Windham, " 71 

Litchfield, " 72 

Middlesex, '* 73 

Tolland, " 74 

Postage Rates, 74 

Pension Agency. 129 

Parties, state of, 17—22 

Pomological Society, 169 

Philological Society, 167 

R. 
Railroads, 164—165 

Retreat for the Insane, 93 

S. 

School Fund, 170 
Sheriffs, &c, see Counties, 
Societies, Medical, 94—103 

State Prison, 172 

Steamboat Company, 164 

Surveyor of Land, HO 

T. 
Town Officers, 77—82 

Tide Table, 4 
Table of Interest in all the 

States, 160 

Of Interest at 6 per cent. , 2 

Of Gold Weights, 2 

Total Abstinence Society, 169 

U. 

U. S. Courts of Connecticut, 181 

United States Calendar, 174 

Cabinet, 174 

Treasury, 174 

Sub Treasurers, 174 

Judiciary, 174 

Senators, 175 

Representatives, 176 
V. 
Votes for State Officers, 23—26 

By counties for Gov'r, 26 
Vessels of War and Com- 
manders of Squadrons of 

the United States Navy, 180 
W. 

Washington Society, 169 

Water Power, 164 

Y. 
Young Men's Institute, Hart- 
ford. 168 



TO THE PUBLIC. 



Note. In this Register, the Executive, Legislative, Judicial 
and Civil departments are carefully copied from the " Official 
Records" of the State, and the Military from the official returns 
obligingly furnished by the vigilant and efficient Adj. Gen- 
James T. Pratt, containing a complete list of the Military officers 
of the State from the Commander in Chief to the Ensigns and 
Cornets, inclusive, and giving the names of the towns in which 
the several Regiments are formed. It is hoped that the officers 
will feel it to be their duty to purchase a copy. The design of the 
work is to supply the public with a book of daily reference solely, 
at a cheap price, in a style respectable and in keeping with the 
object ; and not for advertising or display of mechanical ingenuity. 

In the compilation of this number, I have had the assistance of 
the postmasters of every town in the state, the clerks of the courts, 
sheriffs of the counties, and intelligent gentlemen in the several 
cities, with the use of the state records ; and 1 have reason to be- 
lieve that it is as correct as the Register published by the Secreta- 
ry of the State. I do not feel willing to be driven from a post I 
have occupied, by the favor of the public, for fifty-seven years 
nor prepared at this time to bid adieu to my friends, but shall en- 
deavor to wait submissively for coming events. s. Greek. 




I * ^ ^ 

i i I I I I 

It JANUARY. 

3 4 5 6 7 

10 11 12 13 14 

II 17 18 19 20 21 
|| 24 25 26 27 28 

31 
FEBRUARY. 

12 3 4 

8 9 10 1L 

15 16 17 18 

22 23 24 25 



7 
14 

21 

28 

|| MARCH. 

1 2 

7 8 9 

14 15 16 1 

21 22 23 

28 29 30 31 

APRIL. 



15 

22 

h 



5 

12 

26 



3 4 
10 11 

18 



12 

19 

24 25 26 



11 12 13 14 

18 19 20 21 



1 

8 

15 

22 

25 26 27 28 29 
MAY. 

2 3 4 5 6 
9 10 11 12 13 
16 17 18 19 20 
23 24 25 26 27 
30 31 
JUNE. 



2 3 
9 10 



13 14 15 16 17 
20 21 22 23 24 

27 28 29 30 



9 
16 
23 
30 

7 
14 
21 

28 



&2 ^ gj 
III 

2 5 JULY. 

9 4 5 6 7 

16 n 12 13 14 

23h8 19 20 21 

30>25 26 27 28 

AUGUST. 

(12 3 4 

6l 8 9 10 11 

13<15 16 17 18 

20S-22 23 24 25 

27)29 30 31 

^SEPTEMBER. 

( l 

6? 5 6 7 8 

13(12 13 14 15 

20(19 20 21 22 

27 J 26 27 28 29 

^OCTOBER. 

3 5 3 4 5 6 
10)10 11 12 13 
17) 17 18 19 20 
24?21 25 26 27 

(31 
1 (NOVEMBER. 

S< 12 3 

15$ 7 8 9 10 

22)14 15 16 17 

29)21 22 23 24 

>28 29 30 
? DECEMBER. 

5 1 

12 5 6 7 8 

19<12 13 14 15 

26 S 19 20 21 22 

<26 27 28 29 



1 

8 
15 



22 23 
29 30 

5 6 

12 in 

19 20 

23 27 



9 10 
16 17 
23 °4 
30 

1 



14 1c 
21 25 

28 29 



4 

11 12 

18 19 

25 26 



2 3 

9 10 

16 17 

23 21 

30 31 



GRE 



(ANNUAL REGISTER,) 

FOR 

1848. 




No. 58. 



HARTFORD: 
PUBLISHED BY SAMUEL GREEN. 

SOLD BY ALL THE BOOKSELLERS IN THE STATE. 

1848. 



974.6 m. L- 

C7673a 

1848 

1217032 

GENEALOGY COLLJECTIOh 



GREEN'S JJtjfa^ 

CONNECTICUT 



t RIQfiSflR, 

AND 

Uniteir Stoto (Haknirar, 

FOR 

1848: 

TO WHICH IS PREFIXED 

AN ALMANAC. 

[BEING BISSEXTILE OR LEAP TEAR.] 

ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS, 

BY J. H. GALLUP, M. A. 



CONTAINING, ALSO, 

Ecclesiastical Lists, Town Officers, Corporate Institutions 
for literary and Religious Purposes, 

Statistical Tables, and a ! 

VARIETY OF OTHER INTERESTING ARTICLES. 



No. 58. 

HARTFORD: 
PUBLISHED BY SAMUEL GREEN. 

SOLD BY ALL THE BOOKSELLERS IN THE STATE. 

1848. 



V Ally E> WEIGHT, AND FINENESS OF GOLD COINS, 

""rfs established in 1834 — Calculated and arranged 
according to the Rule of the U. S. Mint. 



NAMES OF COINS 



United Sta tes— Eagle (imw) 

Half Eagle - 

Quarter Eagle - - 

Esigle (old)' - - 

England- Guinea* - 

Sovereign* - 

7 Shilling Piece - 
France — Double Louis, coined before 1786* 
do. do. since 1786* 

Double Napoleon, or 40 Francs* 
Portugal and Brazil— Johannes* 

Dobraon - 

Dobra - 

Moidore (Portuguese half in Proportion) 

Crusado (new. 480 rees) 

Crusado (o!d Poriuguese, 400 rees) 

Piece of lOTestoons, or 1600 rees (Portu.) 

Milree, coined in 1775 (Portu ) 
Mexico' and Colombia— Doubloon 
Spain— Old Doubloon or Quadruple Pistole* 

Doubluori, 1801* 

* Shares or parts in proportion- 



Value 


Weight 


$ c. M. 


dwt gr 


10 000 


10 18 


5 00 


5 9 


250:0 


2 16i 


10 66:8 


11 6 


5.116 


5 n 


4.87.5 


5 34; 


1 70:6 


1 19 


9.69 4 


10 11 


9 163 


9 20 


7 71:3 


8 7 


17.06:8 


18 


32.71:4 


34 12 


17 30:5 


16 6 


6 5(5:0 


6 22 


0.63 8 


16^ 


058:6 


15 


2 12:5 


2 6 


078C 


19} 


15.53:8 


17 8| 


16 03:3 


17 8£ 


15.53:8 


17 9 



Fine 

grs. 
232^0 
116.0 

58 
247.5 
118.7 
113 1 

39.6 
224.9 
212.6 
179.0 

759 

4015 

152.2 

14.8 

13.6 

49.3 

18.1 

360.5 

437.2 

360.5 



SIMPLE INTEREST AT SIX PER CENT. 






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Entered according lo tin- Act of Congress, in the year 1832, 

BY SAMUEL GREEN, 
in the Ofiice of the Clerk of the D strict of Connecticut. 

Press of Case, Tiffany & Burnham, Hartford. 



ECLIPSES IN TEAR 1848. 

I. March 5. Sun eclipsed. Nearest approach of cen- 
ters at 7 57 A. M. At most places in the State, this 
eclipse, if visible at all, will be perceptible, I think, only 
by very close observation. The greatest probability of 
seeing an eclipse, will be near the northern boundary of 
the State. 

II. March 19. Moon totally eclipsed, but this eclipse 
also will be scarcely visible at Hartford, as it ends 3 
minutes after the moon's apparent rising. Along the 
eastern boundary of the State a small portion of it may 
be seen under favorable circumstances, but in the west- 
ern parts it will be generally invisible. 

III. April 3. Sun eclipsed at 6h. P. M., invisible. 

IV. Aug. 28. Sun eclipsed, 2h. 27m. P. M., invisible. 

V. Sept. 12 and 13. A TOTAL eclipse of the moon, 
visible as follows: 

Begins, Sept 12, . . llh 40m Evening. 

Begins to be total . . Oh 38m Morning. 

Middle .... lh 28m " 

Total eclipse ends . * 2h 17m " 

Eclipse ends . . . 3h 15m " 

Duration of total immersion lh. 39m. Whole dura- 
tion 3h 35m. The moon will pass very near to the cen- 
ter of the shadow. The planet Saturn will be near the 
moon at the time of this eclipse. 

VI. Sept. 27. Sun eclipsed at 4h. 44m. morning, 
invisible. 



TRANSIT OF MERCURY. 

There will also be a transit of Mercury on the 9th of Novem- 
ber beginning before sunrise about 36 minutes. Nearest approach 
of centers 8h. 53m. A M. End llh. 53m. A. M. Least distance 
of centers 2' 43". 

THE PLANETS. 

Venus will be morning star till July 17, thence evening star to 
the end of the year, Mars may be favorably observed the first 
three months of the year ; Jupiter the first four months. Saturn 
in January and September. His ring- will be invisible from 
Jipril 22 to Sept 3, and again on the 12th of Sept. 

' THE MOON. 
The Moon will not run very high or very low this year. In 
her monthly course around the earth, she will t-ach time pass 
near the bright stars A Idabaran and Regulus and this phenomenon 
will be particularly observable with regard to the former on the 
evening of February ]2, and morning of November 12. 

' <*> 






A TABLE, 



SHOWING THE DIFFERENCE OF HIGH WATER AT SEVERAL 
PLACES FROM NEW LONDON. 

The sixth column of each monthly page shows the 
time of high water at New London, New York, Eliza- 
bethtown Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape Henlopen, Cock- 
spur in Georgia, and Brunswick, in North Carolina — to 
which if you add and subs tract as in the annexed table, 
you will have the time of high water at the following 
places. A. shows that the annexed quantity of time 
mustbe'added — S. substracted — PI. stands for hours — 
M. for minutes. 



NAMES OF PLACES. 


H. M 


NAMES OF PLACES. 


H. M 


Amboy, 


s. 


45. Nantucket, 


S. 


1 30. 


Annapolis, Mil. 


S. 


2 OjNewburyport, 


A. 


2 45 


Annapolis, Nov* 


i. A. 


3 


New Haven, 


A. 


1 50 


Albany, 


A. 


6 30 


New Providence, 


S. 


1 25 


Block Island* 


s. 


1 17 


Norwich Landing, A. 


45 


New Bedford, 


s. 


1 12 


Penobscot, 


A. 


3 


Boston, 


A. 


1 25 


Pensacola, 


s. 


1 


Cape Ann, 


A. 


2 45 


Philadelphia, 


A. 


4 20 


Cape Fear, 


S. 


1 


Piscataway, 


A. 


8 40 


Casco Bay. 


A. 


2 15 


Plymouth, 


A. 


1 45 


Charleston Bar, 


S. 


2 20 


Port Royal, S. C. 


S. 


30 


Fairfield, 


A. 


2 


Portsmouth, 


A. 


2 45 


Frederica, 


S. 


1 


Providence, 


S. 


1 


Georgetown Bar 


, s. 


2 20 


Quebec, 


A. 


3 


Guilford, 


A. 


1 30 


Rhode Island, 


s. 


45 


Halifax, 


A. 


3 


Salem, 


A. 


2 45 


Hell Gate, 


A. 


30 


Sandy Hook, 


A. 


55 


Hartford, 


A. 


2 20 


Savannah, 


S. 


1 12 


Huntington, 


A. 


2 


Saybrook, 


A. 


15 


Ipswich, 


A. 


2 45 


St. Augustine, B. 


s. 


1 25 


Jamestown, 


A. 


50 


St. Johns, Newf. 


A. 


3 


Louisburg, 


A. 


3 Tybeo Bar, 


A. 


15 


Main Ocean, 


S. 


45 Williamsburg, Va. 


A. 


2 15 


Mobile Point, 


A. 


6 


Wilmington, N.C. 


A. 


2 J5 



INTEREST TABLE. O 

TABLE, showing the Legal Rates of Interest in the 
several States and Territories of the U. S. and the 
penalties for usury, as provided by the Statutes of 
the same. 

Maine, 6 per cent ; forfeit of the debt or claim. 

New Hampshire, 6 per cent ; forfeit of three times the amount 
unlawfully taken. 

Vermont, 6 per cent ; recovery in an action, with costs, 

Massachusetts, 6 per cent ; forfeit of three-fold the usury. 

Rhode Island, 6 per qpnt ; forfeit of the usury and interest on 
the debt. 

Connecticut, 6 per cent ; forfeit of the whole debt. 

New York, 7 per cent; usurious contracts void. 

New Jersey, 7 per cent; forfeit of the whole debt. 

Pennsylvania, 6 per cent ; forfeit of the whole debt. 

Delaware, 6 per cent; forfeit of the whole debt. 

Maryland, 6 per cent; on tobacco contracts 8; usurious con- 
tracts void. 

Virginia, 6 per cent ; forfeit double the usury taken. 

North Carolina, 6 per cent; contracts for usury void, forfeit 
double the usury. 

South Carolina, 7 per cent ; forfeit of interest and premium 
taken, with costs to the debtor. 

Georgia, 8 per cent; forfeit thrice the usury, and contract void. 

Alabama, 8 per cent ; forfeit of interest and usury. 

Mississippi, 8 per cent ; by contract, as high as 10 per cent ; 
usury recoverable in an action of debt. 

Louisiana, 8 per cent ; Bank interest 6; conventional as high as 
10 ; beyond that void. 

Tennessee, 6 per cent ; usurious contracts void. 

Kentucky, 6 per cent ; usury may be recovered with costs. 

Ohio, 6 per cent ; usur.ous contracts void. 

Indiana, 6 per cent ; on written agreements may go as high as 
10 ; penalty for usury, a fine of double the excess. 

Illinois, 6 per cent; by contract 12; beyond, forfeit thrice the 
interest. 

Missouri, 6 per cent; by contract 10 ; if beyond, forfeit of inter- 
est and usury. 

Michigan, 7 per cent ; forfeit of usury and one-fourth of debt. 

Arkansas, 6 per cent; by agreement 10; usury recoverable, 
but contract void. 

Distrct of Columbia, 6 per cent ; usurious contracts void. 

Florida, 8 percent; forfeit interest and excess. 

Wisconsin, 7 per cent ; by contract 12 ; forfeit thrice the excess . 

Iowa, 7 per cent ; by agreement 12; forfeit thrice the excess. 

On debts or judgments in favor of the United States, interest 
is computed at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum. 



mms OF MILEAGE, 

Of the several Towns in this State to Hartford and New Haven 
on which the Fees for Travel of the Members of the General 
Assembly and all others who are paid out of the Treasury of 
the State, are by law computed. 





Macs 




Milest 


Miles 


TOWNS. 


ffll 5 


TOWNS. 


B3ISS 


TOWNS. 


Si 3 




P*| ^ 




2|x 




eft* 


Hartford 


35 


Bozrah 


34 54) Voluntown 


5i)79 


Avon 


12 35 


Colchester 


2545 Windham 


30 54 


Berlin 


13 24 


East Lyme 


^'48 Woodstock 


4176 


Bristol 


17,29 


Franklin 


36j60 


Litchfield 


30 36 


Bloomfield 


7 


42 


G ris wold 


53 7:< 


Barkhamsted 


24 50 


Burlington 


18 


37 


Groton 


50^59 


Bethletn 


36 32 


Canton 


17 


40 


Lebanon 


30 M 


Canaan 


45 56 


East Hartford 


4 


39 


L "dyard 


5051 


Colebrook 


3155 


East Windsor 


11 


46 


Lisbon 


42 05 


(Cornwall 


39 48 


Enfield 


17 


52 


Lyme 


45 43 


Goshen 


32 42 


Fannington 


10 


27 


Montville 


37,62 


Harwinton 


23 38 


Glastenbury 


9 


38 


N. Stonington 


55171 


Kent 


49 50 


Gran by 


18 


50 


Preston 


45 67 


New Hartford 


22 43 


Hartland 


25 


53 


Salem 


3445 


New Milford 


48 40 


Manchester 


9 


43 


Stonington 


57 65 


Norfolk 


36 55 


Marlborough 


!.'• 


36 


Waterford 


44 52 


Plymouth 


23 32 


Rocky Hill 


7 


31 


Fairfield 


57j22 


Roxbury 


43 29 


Siinsbury 


13 


40 


Dan bury 


6136 


Salisbury 


54 67 


Southington 


19 


21 


Bridgeport 


52' 17 


Sharon 


51 60 


Suffield 


18 


53 


Brookfied 


60'3I 


Torrington 


28 44 


So. Windsor 


8 


13 


Darien 


r ; 38 


Warren 


44 4 


Wethersfield 


4 


32 


Easton 


63 28 


Washington 


43 35 


Windsor 


8 


42 


Greenwich 


83148 


Watertown 


30 30 


New Haven 


35 


— 


Huntington 


52 17 


Winches te 


30 45 


Bethany 


315 


!() 


Monroe 


52 7 


Woodbury 


37 25 


Branford 


40 


9 


New Canaan 


73; 38 


Miduletown 


15 23 


Cheshire 


r 


14 


New Fairfield 


65 37 


Fladdam 


25 28 


Derby 


10 


Newtown 


50 25 


Chatham 


22 32 


East Haven 


10 


5 


Norwalk 


07! 32 


Chester 


32 32 


Guilford 


3(i 


10 


Redding 


65 34 


1 linton 


38 25 


Hamden 


33 


6 


Ridjiefield 


75| 40 


Durham 


21 18 


Madison 


3li 


21 


Sherman 


60 50 


East Haddam 


33 35 


Meriden 


17 


17 


Stamford 


77J42 


Killingworth 


37 25 


Middlebury 


36 23 


Stratford 


4914 


Portland 


17 29 


Milford 


45110 


T< mn bull 


5< ! ,20 


Saybrook 


38 38 


Naugatuck 


35:17 


Weston • 


67132 


Westbrook 


40 30 


Nor. Branford 


35 9 


VWstport 


64; 29 


Tolland 


19 54 


North Haven 


28| 8 


Wilton 


73!3 


Bolton 


14 49 


Orange 


41 6 


Brooklyn 


44 68 


Columbia 


23 46 


Oxford 


42 15 


Ash ford 


3166 


Coventry 


21 56 


Prospect 


30 15 


Canterbury 


40 64 


Ellington 


15 50 


Southbury 


42 20 


Chaplin 


3363 


Hebron 


22 42 


Wallingford 


23 13 


H impton 


3863 


Mansfield 


27 62 


Water bury 


30 22 


Killinsrly 


47;82 


Sorners 


2159 


Wolcott 


2024 


Plainfield 


4568 


Stafford 


28 63 


Woodbridge 


38 


8 


Pom fret 


40; 75 


Union 


33 68 


New London 


45 


54 


Sterling 


49 73 


Vernon 


13 48 


Norwich 


38 


58 


Thompson 


48 t 83 


Willington | 


25 60 





January has 31 days, 


beginning 


on Saturday. 


New M. 6d. 7h. 16 m. m. 


Full M. 20 d. 7h. 14m. m. 


Firstar. 13d. 6h. 55m m. 


Last a 2 «i 7b. PS.n. M . 


M 


W 


Calendar, &c. 


©K. 


©S. 


"F. Ufa 


|-.#3. 


1 


7 


9 rise 3h49m m. Circum 


7 28 


4 32 


5 01 


2 38 


2 


S 


tf so 7h 27m e. [cision. 


7 27 


4 32 


5 49 


3 37 


3 


2 




7 27 


4 33 


6 39 


4 33 


1 


3 


<v> slow 5m 


7 26 


4 33 


%2fi 


5 28 


5 


4 


) low 


7 26 


4 34 


8 20 


6 22 


6 


5 


Epiph. g®% ®slow 6m 


7 25 


4 34 


9 13 


sets. 


!■> 


6 


% so near midnight 


7 25 


4 35 


10 7 


6 21 


8 


7 


Yl sets 9h e 


7 24 


4 35 


U 


7 30 


9 


S 


1st Sund. after Epiph. 


7 24 


4 36 


11 54 


8 38 


10 


2 




7 23 


4 36 


aft.46 


9 46 


11 


3 


(v) slow 8 m 


7 22 


4 37 


I 37 


10 54 


12 


4 


® Per, 


7 21 


4 38 


2 27 


morn. 


13 


5 


Sirius rise 6h E. 7*sso.8h. 


7 21 


4 39 


3 22 


g 


14 


6 




7 20 


4 39 


4 15 


1 10 


15 


7 




7 19 


4 41 


5 10 


2 18 


16 


S 


2d S. aft. Epiph. & slow 


7 18 


4 42 


6 6 


3 24 


17 


2 


[10 min. 


7 18 


4 42 


7 1 


4 27 


18 


3 


f hi^h 


7 17 


4 43 


7 58 


5 25 


19 


4 


Capella so. 9h E. <5©7|. 


7 16 


4 44 


8 55 


6 16 


20 


5 


^so. UhE. 


7 15 


4 45 


9 43 


rises. 


21 


6 




7 14 


4 46 


10 32 


6 37 


22 


. 7 




7 13 


4 47 


11 19 


7 38 


23 


S 


3d S. af. Epiph. <v> slow 


7 12 


4 48 


morn. 


8 38 


24 


2 


Aldebar. so. 8h E. [12 m. 


7 11 


4 49 


4 


9 36 


25 


3 




7 10 


4 50 


46 


10 31 


26 


4 


\l sets 8h e 


7 9 


4 51 


1 30 


11 28 


27 


5 


<§) Apo. © slow 13 m 


7 8 


4 52 


2 12 


morn. 


28 


6 


Small tides 


7 7 


4 53 


2 55 


23 


29 


7 




7 6 


4 54 


3 41 


1 20 


30 


S 


4th af. Epiph. 9 rise 4h 


7 5 


4 55 


4 28 


2 19 


31 


2 


c^so. 6h 19m e. [36m m. 


7 4 


4 56 


5 17 


3 13 



CALENDAR OF THE COURTS 

IN CONNECTICUT — ARRANGED MONTHLY. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 
At Hartford, 2d Tuesday. At New Eiaven and Brook- 
lyn, 4th Tuesday. 



February has 29 days, beginning on Tuesday. 



New Moon, 4d 8h. 51 m. e. 
Firstar. lld.3h. 4m. e. 



Full Moon 18d. llh. 6m. e, 
Last dr. 27di 3h. 31m. m. 



Ml W 



Uaiendar, &c. 



€>R 



Candlemas. <v> slow 14m. 
9 rises 4h 44m. m. 
% so. 9h 55m e. 
Yl set 7h 25m. e. 
5th S. aft. Epiph. ri (5f 
per. 

Qslow 15 min 

Siri. so. 9h e. 7*s so. 6h e. 
_ very near Aldeba. 6h e. 
6th af. Epiph. JtDO 

St. Valentine's day. 



Regulus rises 5h 16m e. 
Rigel so. 7h e. (§)with Reg, 

Septuagesima Sunday 



DApo. 

$ gr. elongation, 
c^so. 5h31m e. 
Sexagesima. slow 13m' 
9 r 5h 4m [T^sets 6h 11m E 
7\. so. 8h 10m e. 



v}S F.sea r.<§)s 



59 

57 

56 

6 55 

6 54 

6 53 

6 51 

50 

49 

4b 

46 

45 

44 

43 

41 

6 40 

6 38 

6 37 

6 3( 

6 34 

6 33 

6 32 

6 30 

29 

28 

ft 



6 8 

7 2 

7 57 

8 51 

9 45 

10 38 

11 31 
aft.24 



18 
13 
8 
3 

50 

6 44 

7 36 

8 26 

9 14 
20 10 
22 10 43 
23,11 26 
24 morn. 
26 10 

51 

1 35 

2 22 

3 10 

4 
4 50 



4 7 

5 

5 48 
sets. 

6 22 

7 31 

8 42 

9 52 
11 
morn. 

10 

1 17 

2 20 

3 18 

4 12 

5 00 

5 42 
rises. 

6 24 

7 22 

8 19 

9 16 

10 13 

11 9 
morn, 

3 

57 

1 52 

2 49 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 3d Tuesday. Middletown, 4th do. Fair- 
field, 2d do. 



COUNTY COURTS. 

At New London, [a] 2d Tuesday, 





M 


arch has 31 days, beginni 


rig or 


i Wednesday. 


New M. 5d 8li. 26m. m. 


Full M. I9d. 4b. 19m. e. 


Firstar, lid. Ilh.49m. E. 


Last. a>". 27d.8h.2Sm. E. 


M 


w. 


Calendar, &c. 


©K 


®S. 


F. sea 


i\^)s. 


1 


4 


Arcturus rise 8h. 2m. E. 


6 26 


5 34 


5 41 


3 36 


2 


5 


9 rise 5h. 3m. M. 


6 25 


5 35 


6 35 


4 20 


3 


6 




6 23 


5 37 


7 30 


5 4 


4 


7 




6 22 


5 38 


8 24 


5 43 


5 


S 


Gtuinqua. <|} eel. hdd* 


6 21 


5 39 


9 19 


sets. 


6 


2 


® Per. Very high tides. 


6 19 


5 41 


10 14 


7 32 


7 


3 


slow 11 m. 


6 18 


5 42 


11 10 


8 46 


8 


4 


Ash Wednesday 


6 16 


5 44 


aft. 4 


9 57 


9 


5 




6 15 


5 45 


1 


11 5 


10 


6 


© near Aldebaran. 11 39 E 


6 14 


5 46 


1 56 


morn. 


11 


7 


<v) slow 10m. 


6 12 


5 48 


2 52 


12 


IS 


S 


1st Sund, in Lent. Pro- 


6 11 


5 49 


3 48 


1 12 


13 


2 


[cyon so. 8h e. 


6 10 


5 50 


4 40 


2 8 


14 


3 


Sirius so. 7h e. 


6 8 


5 52 


5 32 


2 58 


15 


4 


slow 9m. 


6 7 


5 53 


6 22 


3 41 


16 


5 




6 5 


5 55 


7 10 


4 19 


17 


6 


St. Patrick's Day. 


6 4 


5 56 


8 


4 52 


18 


7 


<v) slow 8m. "Zj-so. 7hE. 


6 3 


5 57 


8 40 


5 26 


19 


S 


2d S. in Lent. <§) eel. <QJ)ri- 


6 1 


5 59 


9 23 


rises. 


20 


2 


<v> enters °|° [ses nearly e. 


6 


6 


9 56 


7 8 


21 


3 


• 


5 58 


6 2 


10 47 


8 5 


22 


4 


<U) Apo. © slow 7m 


5 57 


6 3 


11 31 


9 


23 


5 




5 56 6 4 


morn. 


9 56 


24 


6 




5 54 


6 6 


17 


10 54 


25 


7 


Annunciation, j® si. 6m. 


5 53 


6 7 


1 4 


11 46 


26 


S 


3d Sunday in Lent. 


5 51 


6 9 


1 53 


morn. 


27 


2 


Small tides 


5 50 


6 10 


2 40 


38 


2S 


3 


© slow 5m 


5 49 


6 11 


3 32 


1 27 


29 


4 




5 47 


6 13 


4 23 


2 12 


30 


5 


9 rises 4h 49m m. 


5 46 


6 14 


5 15 


2 59 


31 


6 


€) slow 4m %\J& 


5 45 


6 15 


6 7 


3 39 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

At Norwich, 3d Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, 1st Tuesday. At New Haven, 3d do. 
At Hartford, 4th do. At Tolland, 4th do. 



1 
New 7 " 


\pril has 30 days, beginning on Saturday; 


VI. 3d. 6h. 10m. e. 


Full M. 18d. 9h. 40m. m. 


Firstar. lOd. 9h. 58m. m. 


Last ar. 26d. 9h. 29m. m. 


M 


W. Calendar, &c. 


®R. 


©&• 


F.sea 


r#s; 


1 


7 


9 rises 4h 48m morn. 


5 43 


6 17 


7 


4 15 


2 


S 




5 42 


6 18 


7 55 


4 53 


3 


2 


<v) eclipsed % slow 3m 


5 41 


6 19 


8 51 


sets. 


1 


3 


(§) Per. Very high tides. 


5 39 


6 2, 


9 50 


7 35 


5 


4 


Regulus. so. 9h e. 


5 38 


6 22 


10 47 


8 50 


6 


5 




5 36 


6 24 


11 46 


9 57 


7 


6 


<v> slow 2 m. 9 near fy 


5 35 


6 25 


aft. 44 


11 3 


8 


7 




5 34 


6 26 


1 40 


morn. 


9 


S 


<HJ) near 9_|.. § gr. elong. 


5 32 


6 28 


2 34 


4 


10 


2 


O slow 1 m. 


5 31 


6 29 


o 25 


58 


11 


3 




5 30 


6 30 


4 19 


1 44 


12 


4 


cf sets midnight. 


5 28 


6 32 


5 6 


2 22 


13 


5 




5 27 


6 33 


5 55 


2 57 


11 


6 




5 % 


6 34 


6 37 


3 30 


15 


7 


(v> and clock even. 


5 24 


6 36 


7 J9 


3 59 


16 


S 


Palm Sund. ^ runs high 


5 23 


6 37 


8 OS 


4 29 


1? 


2 


dD near Spica 


5 22 


6 38 


8 46 


4 58 


18 


3 


<D Apo. 


5 21 


6 39 


9 29 


rises. 


19 


4 


(v) fast 1 m . 9 r ^ se ver Y 


5 19 


6 41 


10 13 


7 51 


'20 


5 


[near East. 


5 18 


6 42 


11 


8 47 


21 


6 


Good Friday 


5 17 


6 43 


11 48 


9 41 


22 


7 


Saturn's Ring disappears. 


5 15 


6 45 


morn. 


10 34 


23 


S 


Easter. 


5 14 


6 46 


37 


11 22 


24 


2 


O fast 2m. 


5 13 


6 47 


1 26 


morn. 


25 


3 




5 12 


6 48 


2 17 


9 


26 


4 




5 11 


6 49 


3 8 


54 


2*7 


5 




5 9 


6 51 


4 


1 33 


28 


6 




5 8 


6 52 


4 48 


2 11 


29 


7 


Louisiana an. 1803. \i <3© 


5 7 


6 53 


5 40 


2 48 


30 


S 


©fast 3m. 9 r ^ s - 4h 14m M. 


5 6 


6 54 


6 33 


3 23 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

At Tolland, 3d Tuesday. 
COUNTY COURTS. 

At Haddam, Tuesday following the first Monday. 
At Litchfield, 2d Tuesday. 



May has 31 days, beginning on Monday. 



New iYL 3d. £h. 24m. m. 


Full M. 18d. lh. 51 


m. m. 


Firstar. 9d. lOh. 5m. e. 


Last ar. 25d. Gh. 56m. e. 


M 


vv 


Calendar, &c. 


©K 


©*. 


b\ sea 


r.d|)e. 


1 


s 


©fast 3m cfsets llh 32m l 


5 5 


6 55 


7 29 


4 


2 


3 


<§) Per. 9 rises 4h 13m 


5 S 


6 57 


8 26 


4 39 


1 


4 


Rather high tides 


5 2 


6 5h 


9 25 


sets. 


4 


5 


% sets llh44m e. 


5 1 


6 59 


10 25 


8 45 


5 


6 




5 


7 


11 25 


9 52 


6 


7 




4 59 


7 1 


a t.2- 


10 50 


7 


S 


2d Sunday after Easter 


4 57 


7 3 


1 20 


11 40 


8 


2 


Regulus so. sunset 


4 56 


7 4 


2 1^ 


morn. 


9 


3 




4 55 


7 5 


3 3 


20 


10 


4 


Arcturus so. llh E. 


4 54 


7 6 


3 50 


57 


11 


5 


Spica so. lOh e. 


4 52 


7 8 


4 36 


1 30 


12 


6 




4 52 


7 8 


5 20 


2 


13 


7 




4 51 


7 9 


6 3 


2 30 


14 


S 


3d S. af. Easter, ©fast 4m 


4 50 


7 10 


6 46 


3 


15 


2 


<§) Apo. 9 rises 4h 


4 49 


7 11 


7 29 


3 29 


*6 


3 




4 48 


7 12 


8 13 


4 00 


17 


4 


Mars near Jupiter 


4 47 


7 13 


8 57 


4 30 


18 


5 


7J.sets llh e. 


4 46 


7 14 


9 44 


rises. 


19 


6 


\l rises 2h. m. 


4 45 


7 15 


10 32 


8 30 


90 


7 




4 44 


7 16 


11 22 


9 20 


21 


S 


4th S. aft. East. J^set 1 1 h 


4 43 


7 17 


morn 


10 8 


22 


2 




4 42 


7 18 


12 


10 51 


23 


3 




4 42 


7 18 


1 3 


11 31 


24 


4 




4 41 


7 19 


1 54 


now. 


25 


5 




4 40 


7 20 


2 44 


11 


26 


6 




4 39 


7 21 


3 32 


47 


27 


7 




4 39 


7 21 


4 23 


1 22 


28 


S 


Rogation Sund. © fast 3m 


1 3^ 


7 22 


5 15 


1 58 


29 


2 




1 38 


7 22 


6 10 


2 34 


30 


3 




1 37 


7 23 


7 7 


3 14 


31 


4 


© Per. 


1 37 7 231 


8 6 


3 58 



No Courts holden this month. 



June has 30 days, beginning on Thursday. 

New Moon Id. 9h. 49m. m. I Full Moon 16d. 4h. 7m. e. 

First ar. 8d. Oh. 25m. e. | Last dr. 24d. lh. 36m. M- 

New Moon, 30d. 5h. 28m. e. 



M 


W 


Calendar, &c. 


©HL 


©S. 


F. sea 


r.f)s. 


I 


5 


Holy Thurs. tf sets lOh 


4 3G 


7 24 


9 6 


sets. 


2 


6 


[40m e. 


4 36 


7 24 


10 6 


8 30 


3 


7 


O fast 2m 


4 35 


7 25 


11 5 


9 28 


4 


S 


1st S. af. Ascen. cTd® 


4 34 


7 26 


noon 


10 15 


5 


2 


% sets lOh e. T^rise lh m. 


4 34 


7 26 


aft. 55 


10 55 


6 


3 


® sets near Regulus. 


4 33 


7 27 


1 45 


11 30 


7 


4 




4 33 


7 27 


2 31 


morn. 


8 


5 


Arcturus so. 9h e. 


4 32 


7 28 


3 16 


5 


9 


6 


Small tides. <v) fast lm 


4 32 


7 28 


4 


35 


10 


7 


Spica so. 8h e. 


4 32 


7 28 


4 42 


1 5 


11 


S 


Whitsunday. 


4 31 


7 29 


5 4 i5 


1 33 


12 


2 


(g) Apogee 


4 31 


7 29 


6 8 


2 


13 


3 




4 31 


7 29 


6 53 


2 34 


14 


4 




4 31 


7 29 


7 40 


3 10 


15 


5 


O and clock even. T^DO 


4 31 


7 29 


8 28 


3 47 


ic; 


6 


<H) runs low 


4 31 


7 29 


9 17 


rises. 


17 


7 




4 30 


7 30 


10 8 


8 6 


18 


S 


Trinity Sunday 


4 30 


7 30 


10 58 


8 52 


11) 


2 


slow lm 


4 30 


7 30 


11 49 


9 35 


•20 


3 




4 30 


7 30 


morn. 


10 13 


21 


4 


Longest day. § greatest 


4 30 


7 30 


39 


10 47 


20 


5 


[elong. Summer solstice 


4 30 


7 30 


1 29 


11 24 


23 


6 


94- sets9h e. h6<&) 


4 30 


7 30 


2 19 


midnt 


)1\ 


7 


Nativ. John Bap. Q si. 2m 


4 31 


7 29 


3 10 


morn. 


25 


S 


1st S. af. Trin. Antares 


4 31 


7 29 


4 2 


34 


26 


2 


[so. lOh e. 


4 31 


7 29 


4 55 


1 12 


27 


3 




4 31 


7 29 


5 52 


1 53 


28 


4 


<g) Perigee <D slow 3m 


4 31 


7 29 


6 49 


2 38 


29 


5 


tf sets 9h 42m e. 


4 3i 


7 29 


7 48 


3 29 


30 


6 


Rather high tides 9 rf^ 


4 31 


7 29 


8 49 


sets. 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS, 

At Hartford, 2d Tuesday. At Litchfield, 3d do. At 
Fairfield, [a] 4th do. At New Haven, Tues- 
day following 4th Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At New London, 2d Tuesday. New Haven, 4th do, 







July has 31 days, beginnir 


gpn 


Saturday. 




First Q,r. 8d. 4h. 39m. M. 


Last dr. 23d. Cm. 37m. m. 


Full M. 16d.4h. 30m. m. ' 


New M. 30d. 2h. 34m. m. 


M 


W 

7 


Calendar, &c. |{v)R.©S: 


F. sea 


r.(f)s. 


1 


<j* sets 9h 30m e. ® Aphel. 


4 32 


7 28 


9 46 


8 


2 


S 


2d S. aft. Trin. Tj-setsSh 


4 32 


7 28 


10 42 


8 50 


3 


2 


JM# [33m b. %69) 


4 32 


7 28 


11 34 


9 30 


4 


3 


<§ slow 4m. j 


4 33 


7 27 


aft.23 


10 5 


9 


4 


Yl rise llh. e. 


4 33 


7 27 


1 9 


10 36 


6 


5 


© sets due west. 


4 33 


7 27 


1 55 


li 7 


7 


6 


Arcturus so. 7h E. T7 stat. 


4 34 


7 26 


2 38 


11 35 


8 


7 




4 34 


7 26 


3 21 


morn. 


9 


B 


3d S. af. Trin. Very small 


4 35 


7 25 


4 4 


5 


10 


2 


[tides. © Apo. 


4 36 


7 24 


4 48 


37 


U 


3 




4 36 


7 24 


5 34 


1 9 


12 


4 




4 37 


7 23 


6 22 


1 46 


13 


5 




4 38 


7 22 


7 10 


2 27 


14 


6 




4 38 


7 22 


8 1 


3 13 


15 


7 




4 39 


7 21 


8 52 


4 6 


i<; 


S 


4th Sunday after Trinity. 


4 40 


7 20 


9 44 


rises. 


17 


2 




4 40 


7 20 


10 36 


8 15 


18 


3 




4 41 


7 19 


11 27 


8 52 


19 


4 




4 42 


7 18 


morn. 


9 28 


20 


5 


h ri. lOh e. near <fj) ©-slj 


4 43 


7 17 


18 


10 3 


21 


6 


Mars near Regulus. [6m 


4 43 


7 17 


1 8 


10 38 


22 


7 


Sup. 609 


4 44 


7 10 


2 


11 13 


23 


S 


5th Sunday after Trinity. 


4 45 


7 15 


2 52 


11 52 


24 


2 


%60 


4 46 


7 14 


3 45 


morn. 


25 


3 


® Perigee 


4 47 


7 13 


4 41 


33 


26 


4 




4 48 


7 12 


5 38 


1 20 


27 


5 


<$ sets 8h 35m e. 


4 49 


4 11 


6 36 


2 12 


28 


6 




4 50 


7 10 


7 33 


3 11 


29 


7 


^6# 


4 51 


7 9 


8 29 


4 10 


30 


S 


6th Sunday after Trinity. 


4 52 


7 8 


9 23 


sets. 


31 


2 




4 53 


7 7 


10 T4 


8 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 

At Haddam, [a] 2d Tuesday. At Norwich, [a] 3d 

Tuesday. At Brooklyn, 4th do. 

At Tolland, Tuesday after the 4th do. 





August has 31 days, beginning on*Tuesday 




Firstar. 6d. lOh. 5m. e. 


Last dr. 21d. llh. 17m. m. 


Full M. Md. 3h. 25m. e. 


'New M. 28d. 2h. 10m. e. 


M 


W. 
3 


Calendar, &c. 


©H. 


©s. 
7 6 


F. sea 

u 1 


r.i^iS. 


1 


Lammas day <v) si. 6m 


4 54 


8 35 


e 


4 




4 55 


7 5 


11 47 


9 6 


3 


5 




4 56 


7 4 


aft. 32 


9 36 


4 


6 


® near Spica. 


4 57 


7 3 


1 16 


10 6 


5 


7 


T7 rises 9h e. 


4 58 


7 2 


1 59 


10 36 


6 


S 


7th Sund. af. Trin. <§>Apo. 


4 59 


7 1 


2 43 


11 10 


7 


2 


5 gr. elong. W. 


5 


7 


3 28 


11 43 


8 


3 




5 1 


6 59 


4 15 


morn. 


9 


4 




5 2 


6 58 


5 2 


21 


10 


5 


<v)slow 5m. 


5 4 


6 '06 


5 52 


1 5 


11 


6 




5 5 


6 55 


6 43 


1 54 


12 


7 


Vega so. 9h e. 


5 6 


6 54 


7 35 


2 50 


13 


S 


8th Sunday after Trinity. 


5 7 


6 53 


8 28 


3 48 


14 


2 




5 8 


6 52 


9 19 


rises. 


15 


3 


Altair so. 10h e. 


5 9 


6 5! 


10 10 


7 27 


16 


4 


©nearly # slow 4m. 


5 10 


6 50 


11 3 


8 4 


17 


5 




5 12 


6 48 


11 55 


8 39 


18 


6 




5 13 


6 47 


morn. 


9 14 


19 


7 


<§) Perigee 


5 14 


6 46 


49 


9 53 


20 


S 


9th S. af. Trin. O si. 3m. 


5 16 


6 44 


1 42 


10 34 


21 


2 




5 17 


6 43 


2 37 


11 20 


22 


3 


® near Aldebar. 2h 15m m. 


5 18 


6 42 


3 33 


morn. 


23 


4 




5 19 


6 41 


4 29 


11 


24 


5 


St. Bartholomew. O s ^ ow 


5 21 


6 39 


5 26 


1 3 


25 


fi 


[2 m. 


5 22 


6 38 


6 21 


2 2 


2<; 


7 


%6& 


5 23 


6 37 


7 14 


3 3 


27 


S 


1 0th Sunday af. Trinity 


5 25 


6 35 


8 6 


4 7 


28 


2 


St. Augustine. O eclipsed 


5 26 


6 34 


8 54 


sets. 


2:» 


3 


tfd® 96® 


5 27 


6 33 


9 41 


7 6 


30 


4 




5 28 


6 32 


10 26 


7 38 


31 


5 


® and clock even 


5 30 


6 30 


11 10 


8 5 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 3d Tuesday. At Haddam, 4th do. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Hartford, 1st Tuesday. At Brooklyn and Danbury, 
2d Tuesday. At -Tolland, 4th do. 





September has 30 days 


, begi 


nnin 


g on 


Friday. 


First &r. 5d 3h. 51m. e. 


Last U,i\ 19d. 5h. 7m. e. 


Full Moon 13d.lh.27m.M. 


New M. 27d. 4h. 44m. m. 


M 


VV 
6 


Calendar, &c. 


©R. 


©S. 


F. sea 


l'.f)3. 


1 


Altair so. 9h E. % ri. 3h 


5 31 


6 29 


11 54 


8 36 


2 


7 




5 32 


6 28 


aft. 38 


9 9 


3 


S 


11th S. after Trin. ® Apo. 


5 33 


6 27 


I 22 


9 43 


4 


2 




5 35 


6 25 


2 7 


10 17 


5 


3 




5 36 


6 24 


2 53 


11 


6 


4 


© fast 2m. 


5 38 


6 22 


3 42 


11 43 


7 


5 




5 39 


6 21 


4 30 


morn. 


8 


6 




5 40 


6 20 


5 23 


34 


9 


7 


<v> fast 3m. 


5 41 


6 19 


6 14 


1 29 


10 


S 


12th Sunday after Trinity 


5 42 


6 18 


7 (J 


2 30 


11 


2 




5 44 


6 16 


7 59 


3 36 


12 


3 


<§) eclipsed, vis. © f. 4m. 


5 46 


6 14 


8 52 


4 41 


13 


4 


?2 so. midn't Very high 


5 47 


6 13 


9 46 


rises. 


14 


5 


Vega so. 7h E. [tides. 


5 48 


6 12 


10 40 


7 11 


15 


6 


<jf) Perigee © fast 5m. 


5 49 


6 11 


11 35 


7 47 


16 


7 




5 51 


6 9 


morn. 


8 31 


17 


S 


13th Sunday after Trinity. 


5 52 


6 8 


31 


9 13 


18 


2 


© fast 6m. 


5 51 


6 6 


1 2- 


10 4 


19 


3 




5 55 


6 5 


2 25 


10 57 


20 


4 




5 56 


6 4 


3 22 


11 56 


21 


5 


Aut. Equinox © fast 7m 


5 58 


6 2 


4 17 


morn. 


22 


6 


% rises 2h m. © enters ^ 


5 59 


6 1 


5 10 


56 


23 


7 




6 1 


5 59 


6 1 


1 57 


24 


S 


14th S. af. Trin. © f. 8m 


6 2 


5 58 


6 49 


3 00 


25 


2 




6 3 


5 57 


7 36 


4 00 


26 


3 




6 4 


5 56 


8 22 


5 


27 


4 


\l so. llh e. ©eel. invis. 


6 6 


5 54 


9 6 


sets. 


28 


5 


5c5# 9c5# 


6 7 


5 53 


9 50 


6 37 


29 


6 


Michaelmas day. © f. 15m 


6 9 


5 51 


10 33 


7 6 


30 


7 


1 


6 10 


5 50 


11 17 


7 38 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Norwich, 2d Tuesday. At Hartford, 4th do. 



October has 31 days, beginning on Sunday. 



First Gtr.5d. 9h. 10m m. 


Last dr. 19d. lh. 36m. M. 


Full Moon 12d. llh. 5m. m. 


New M. 26d. 9h. 55m. e. 


M 


W 

s 


Calendar, &c. 


©R. 


©s 


F.sea[r.<g)s. 


1 


15th S. af. Trin. f) Apo. 


6 12 


5 48 


aft. S 


8 16 


2 


2 




6 13 


5 4: 


48 


8 53 


3 


3 


<v> fast 11 m. 


6 16 


5 45 


1 34 


9 38 


4 


4 


Altair so. 7h e. 


6 16 


5 44 


2 23 


10 23 


5 


5 




6 17 


5 43 


3 13 


11 15 


6 


6 


Fomal. so. lOh. $ f. 12m 


6 19 


5 41 


4 3 


morn. 


7 


7 




6 20 


5 40 


4 53 


14 


8 


S 


16th Sunday after Trin. 


6 21 


5 39 


5 44 


1 15 


9 


o 




6 23 


5 37 


6 37 


2 20 


10 


3 


<D fast 13m. 


6 24 


5 36 


7 30 


3 28 


11 


4 




6 26 


5 34 


8 24 


4 39 


12 


5 




6 27 


5 33 


9 20 


rises. 


13 


6 


©Perigee. Very high tides 


6 28 


5 32 


10 17 


6 24 


14 


7 


m fast 14m. 


6 30 


5 30 


11 16 


7 8 


15 


S 


17th Sunday afterTrinity 


6 31 


5 29 


morn. 


7 57 


16 


2 




6 32 


5 28 


16 


8 52 


17 


3 




6 33 


5 27 


1 14 


9 49 


18 


4 




6 35 


5 25 


2 12 


10 50 


19 


5 


<v) fast 15m. 


6 36 


5 24 


3 6 


11 51 


20 







6 38 


5 22 


3 59 


morn. 


21 


7 




6 39 


5 21 


4 47 


54 


22 


S 


18th Sund. af. Trin. Fo- 


6 40 


5 20 


5 35 


1 55 


23 


2 


[malhaut so. 9h.E. 


6 42 


5 18 


6 20 


2 55 


21 


3 




6 43 


5 17 


7 4 


3 54 


25 


4 




6 44 


5 16 


7 47 


4 51 


26 


5 




6 45 


5 15 


8 31 


sets. 


27 6 


<v) fast 16m. 


6 47 


5 14 


9 14 


5 39 


28 


7 


W: Apo. 


S 48 


5 13 


9 59 


6 15 


29 


s i 


19th Sunday after Trinity 


5 49 


3 11 


10 44 


6 50 


30 


2 


6 51 


3 9f 


11 31 


7 34 


31 


3| 


16 52 


3 8J 


aft. 19 


8 18 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, 1st Tuesday. At New Haven. 2d do. 
At Danbury, 1st do. At Tolland, 4th do. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 2d Tuesday. Middletown, 3d do. 



Novembbr has 30 days, beginning on Wednesday. 


First Ctr. 4d. In. Mm. m. 


Last Ur. 17d. Hi. i,6m. e. 


Full M. lOd. 8h. 44m. e. 


NewM. 25d.4h. 39m. e. 


M 


W 


Calendar, &c. 


<v>R 


®s. 


F. sea 


r.®s. 


I 


1 


All Saints. 9 sels 6h 7m E. 


6 53 


5 7 


1 7 


9 9 


2 


2 


Greatest dif. of O and elk. 


6 54 


5 6 


I 56 


10 1 


3 


3 


Altair so. sunset. Q\. so. 


6 55 


5 5 


2 45 


11 


4 


4 


[sunrise. 


6 57 


5 3 


3 34 


morn. 


5 


S 


20th Sunday after Trinity. 


6 58 


5 2 


4 24 


2 


6 


2 


Fomalhautso.8h. e. T^d® 


6 59 


5 1 


5 14 


1 7 


7 


3 




7 


5 


6 10 


2 18 


8 


4 


>Mc5dD <D fast 16m. 


7 1 


4 59 


7 


3 26 


9 


5 


Transit of $ 


7 3 


4 57 


7 58 


4 39 


10 


6 


Iri so. 8h. e. 


7 4 


4 56 


8 57 


rises. 


11 


7 


©Per. High tides. 


7 5 


4 55 


9 58 


5 43 


12 


S 


21st S. af. Trin. 7*s rise at 


7 6 


4 54 


10 58 


6 35 


13 


2 


%-HO [sunset. 


7 7 


4 53 


midnt 


7 34 


14 


3 




7 7 


4 53 


morn. 


8 35 


15 


4 


prises llh. e. © fast 15m 


7 9 


4 51 


58 


9 39 


16 


5 




7 10 


4 50 


1 52 


10 44 


17 


6 


© with Regulus. % £ © 


7 11 


4 49 


9 44 


11 47 


18 


7 




7 12 


4 48 


3 32 


morn. 


19 


S 


22d Sun. after Trinity. 


7 13 


4 47 


4 19 


48 


20 


2 


# fast 14 m. 


7 14 


4 46 


5 3 


1 47 


21 


3 




7 15 


4 45 


5 46 


2 43 


22 


4 


St. Clement. I7 stationary 


7 16 


4 44 


6 29 


3 40 


23 


5 




7 17 


4 43 


7 12 


4 37 


24 


6 


m Apo. fast 13m. 


7 18 


4 42 


7 57 


5 33 


25 


7 


>2 so. 7h e. 


7 19 


4 41 


8 42 


sets. 


26 


S 


23d S. after Trinity. <Jg r - 


7 19 


4 41 


9 28 


5 30 


27 


2 


<D fast 12m. [elong. w. 


7 20 


4 40 


10 16 


6 16 


28 


3 


9ddD 


7 21 


4 39 


11 4 


7 5 


29 


4 


9 sets 6h. 35m. 


7 22 


4 38 


11 53 


7 58 


30 


5 


@ fast 11m. 


7 23 


4 37 


af. 42 8 55 



COUNTY COURTS. 

At Hartford, 2d Tuesday. At Norwich, 2d do. 
New Haven, 4th do. 

2 



At 



December has 31 days, beginning on Friday. 



First dr. 3d. 3h. 15m. e 


Last dr. 17d. 6h. 22m. m. 


Full M. lOd. 6h. 53m. m. 


NewM. 25d. llh. 31m. m. 


M 


W 


Calendar, &c. 


©R.j©s. 


F. sea 


r.fl!]2)s. 


1 


6 


f^ rise lOh. e. 


7 23 4 37 


1 29 


9 52 


8 


7 


Sirius rises 9h. E. 


7 244 36 


2 18 


10 56 


3 


S 


1st Sunday in Advent. 


7 244 36 3 7 


11 59 


4 


2 


tf rises 5 h. 57m. m. ^6® 


7 254 35 


3 56 


morn. 


5 


3 


Fomal. so. 6h. ©fast 9m. 


7 254 35 


4 47 


1 6 


6 


4 


$d® 


7 26 I 34 


5 41 


2 15 


7 


5 ! 


© fast 8m. 


7 264 34 


6 37 3 26 


P 


6 


7J. stationary. 


7 274 33 


7 35 


4 37 


^ 


7 


<§) Perigee. © fast 7 m. 


7 264 33 


8 36 


5 52 


10 


S 


2dS inAdvt. T^n© High 


7 274 32 


9 39 


rises. 


ll 


2 


^ so. 6h. e. [tides 


7 284 32 


10 40 


6 14 


12 


3 


9 sets 7h. 


7 294 31 


11 39 


7 20 


13 


4 




7 294 31 


morn. 


8 25 


14 


5 


%6® # fast 5m. 


7 29 4 31 


34 


9 34 


15 


6 


,/ 


7 29 4 31 


1 26 


10 37 


16 


7 


Sirius rises 8h. <|> r ast 4m 


7 30,4 30 


2 14 


11 39 


57 


S 


3d Sunday in Advei t. 


7 304 30 


3 


morn. 


18 


2 


Small Tides. ® fast 3m. 


7 30l4 30 


3 44 


39 


19 


3 




7 304 30 


4 27 


1 35 


$0 


4 


<§) fast 2 m. 


7 30,4 30 


5 11 


2 34 


Si 


5 


(v) enters V$ Shortest day 


7 3014 30 


5 54 


3 30 


82 


6 


© Apo. <v) fast lm. 


7 304 30 


6 39 


4 25 


S3 




<?6® 


7 30it 3( 


7 25 


5 18 


& 


S 


4th S. in Ad. 0& elk. even 


7 304 30 


8 12 


6 11 


gg 




Christma .. 


7 304 30 


9 


sets. 


fefi 


3 


<£ slow lm. 


7 29 4 31 


9 50 


5 54 


87 


4 


I7. so. 5h. e. 


7 2914 31 


10 39 


6 49 


£r 


5 


, 1 ses 5h. 50m. M. 


7 29j4 31 


ll 29 


7 49 


29 


6 


) ets7h43m. 


7 29 4 31 


aft. 16 


8 52 


30| 7 

3il S 


Sirius rises 7h. <v} si. 3m. 


7 Si) 4 32 


1 4 


9 52 


1st Sun. after Christmas. 


7 2SJ4 3-2 


I 52 


10 57 






COUNTY 


COU 


RTS. 







At Brooklyn, 2d Tuesday. Litchfield, 3d do. At Tol- 
land, 4th do. At Fairfield, 2 J do. 



GOVERNMENT OF CONNECTICUT. 

Executive Department, 

CLARK BISSELL, Governor. 

Salary $1100. 

G. S. Bissell, Executive Sec'y. 

CHARLES J. McCURDY, Lieutenant Governor 

Salary $300. 

JOSEPH B. GILBERT, Treasurer, 

Salary #1000. 

Jeremiah Bkown, Clerk. 

JOHN B. ROBERTSON, Secretary. 

Salary $S4 and fees of office.* 

ABIJAH CATL1N, Comptroller of Pub. Accts, 

Salary $1000. 

Edwin Benjamin, Clerk. 

SETH P. BEERS, Conwnssioficr of School Fund, 

Salary $1250. 

Samuel Dodd. Elisha Dodd, Jr., Clerks. 

Harvey Seymour, ) . . a».ju m ~* 

p„ „ 1 t AT ? State Auditors. 

Charles H. North am, ) 

James Goodwin, > Auditors Quarter Master 
Edmund G. Howe, $ General's Accounts. 

*The salary of the Secretary is fixed by law at $1000 per an- 
num, commencing on the first Wednesday of May, 1848. 

Legislative Department 

Those marked thus * are Democrats. 

SENATORS. 

Charles J. McCurdy, President. 
District JYo. 1. Thomas C. Perkins, of Hartford, 
do. 2. Samuel Norris,* of Suffield. 

do. 3. Thomas G. Holcomb, of Granby. 

do. 4. Marcus Merriman, Jr., of New Haven, 

do. 5. Jason VV. Bradley, of Bethany. 



20 SENATORS. 

District No. 6. Rufus Rogers,* of North Branford. 
do. 7. Ephraim Williams,* Stonington. 

do. S. David Baldwin, of Preston, 

do. 9. Oramel Whittlesey, of Salem, 

do. 10. John Gould, of Fairfield, 

do. II. Lemuel Sanford,* of Redding, 

do. 12. Charles Marvin, of Wilton, 

do. 13. William Witter,* of Windham, 

do. 14. Faxon Nichols, of Thompson, 

do. 15. Gideon Hall, Jr., of Winchester, 

do. 16. John C. Ambler, of Bethlem. 

do. 17. John H. Hubbard, of Salisbury, 

do. 18. Noah A. Phelps,* of Middletown. 

do. 19. Joshua L'Hommedieu,* of Chester, 

do. 20. Luther Eaton,* of Tolland, 

do. 21. Samuel F. West, of Columbia. 

James H. Holcomb, Clerk. 

Chester Adams, Messenger. 

Nathan M. Waterman, Assistant Messenger. 

Westell Russell, Door-keeper. 

Senate Committees. 

Joint Standing Committees. 

On the judiciary, Hon Mr. Perkins. 
On the school fund, Hon. Mr. Hubbard. 
On Banks, Hon. Mr. Merriman. 
On the State prison, Hon. Mr. Marvin. 
On new towns and probate districts, Hon. Mr. Gould. 
On roads and bridges, Hon. Mr. Ambler. 
On incorporations other than banks, Hon. Mr. 
Nichols. 

On claims, Hon. Mr. Hall. 

On divorce, Hon. Mr. Whittlesey. 

On education, Hon. Mr. Williams. 

On the sale of lands. Hon. Mr. L'Hommedieu. 

On military returns, Hon. Mr. West. 

Joint Select Committees. 

On military affairs, Hon. Mr. Baldwin. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 21 

On taxation, Hon. Mr. Bradley. 

On federal relations, Hon. Mr. Holcomb. 

On railroads, Hon. Mr. Hubbard. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

LAFAYETTE S. FOSTER, of Norwich, Speaker. 

Francis Bacon, of Litchfield, Clerk. 

Henry T. Hoitgh, of Chaplin, Assistant Clerk. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford, Charles Chapman, Chauncey Howard- 

Avon, Shubael Tillotson. 

Berlin, Jacob S. Brandegee, Walter Gladden. 

Bloomfield, Benjamin Graham.* 

Bristol, Noble Jerome. 

Burlington, Bowers French. 

Canton, Imri L. Spencer. 

East Hartford, Chas. H. Olmsted,* Henry Lester.* 

East Windsor, John Clark, Lemuel Stoughton. 

Enfield, James Alexander, Aholiab Johnson. 

Farmington, Chauncey Rowe, Lucas H. Carter. 

Glastenbury, Thaddeus Welles,* Charles Treat.* 

Granby, John Dewey,* Henry Merwin.* 

Hartland, Charles Case,* Francis Clark.* 

Manchester, Miner White. 

Marlborough, Asa Day.* 

Rocky Hill, James T. Pratt* 

Simsbury, Luther Richards, Thomas J. Wilcox. 

Southington, Urban Woodruff, Alfred Hotchkiss. 

South Windsor, Samuel T. Avery. 

Suffield, Alvin Lewis,* Halsey S. Wright.* 

Wethersfield, Samuel Hanmer, Jedediah Deming, 

Windsor, Samuel Clark,* Freeman M. Brown.* — 37* 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

New Haven, Wm. H. Russell, Henry E. Peck, 
Bethany, Miles French.* * 
Branford, Orrin D. Squire.* 



22 REPRESENTATIVES. 

Cheshire, Julius Brooks,* Wm. Mix.* 

Derby, Thomas Burlock. 

East Haven, James Thompson. 

Guilford, Reuben Stone,* Wm. Hale.* 

Hamden, Henry Munson.* 

Madison, William C. Bushnell. 

Meriden, Ashbel Grisvvold.* 

Middlebury, Jacob Linsley. 

Mi/ford, Samuel Beach, Elias Clark. 

Naugatuck, Thomas Spencer. 

North Branford, Frederick Fowler. 

North Haven, Osvnn H. Doolittle.* 

Orange. Benjamin T. Clark. 

Oxford, Everett Booth.* 

Prospect, Ransom R Russell. 

Southbury, George P. Shelton. 

Wallingford, John D. Reynolds,* Wm. W. Ives.* 

Waterbury, Greej Kendrick, Geo. W. Benedict. 

Wolcott, Heniy Minor.* • 

Woodbridge, Newton Baldwin — 29. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London, Nathan Belcher,* Hiram Willey. 

Norwich, Chas. Bliss, Lafayette S. Foster. 

Bozrah, Christopher B. Rogers.* 

Colchester, Alfred B. Pierce, Alfred J. Loomis. 

East Lyme, Francis B. Loomis. 

Frank tin, Asa B. Tracy.* 

Griswold, Russell Rix. 

Groton, David A. Daboll,* Elisha Morgan.* 

Lebanon, Geo. H. Hill,* Ebenezer Johnson, Jr.* 

Ledyard, John Brewster. Jr. 

Lisbon, Edwin Kimball. 

Lyme, Reuben Lord, Oliver I. Lay. 

Montville, Nicholas Latimer. 

North Stonington, John D. Gallup,* John Sheffield.* 

Presto?i, Edwin Palmer, Charles Hewitt.* 

Salem, Mark Dodge * % 

Stonington, Charles H. Allen, Joseph Noyes Jr. 

Waterford, Washington A. Bailey.*— 27, 



REPRESENTATIVES. 23 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield, Oliver H. Perry, Ira B. Wheeler. 
Danbury, Richard Osborn, William A. Judd. 
Bridgeport, Joshua Lord. 
Brookjield, Alfred Morris. 
Darien, Isaac L. Hoyt. 
Easton, John S. Adams * 

Greenwich, Augustus Mead,* Daniel M. Griffin.* 
'Huntington, Stephen Beardslee.* 
Monroe, Agur Beardslee, 2d.* 
New Ca?taan, Hanford Carter.* 
New Fairfield, Levi Penfield.* 
Newtown, 'Charles Dikeman,* Alonzo Sherman.* 
Norwalk, Samuel Jarvis, Asa Hill. 
Redding, Bradley Hill, Samuel S. Osborn. 
Ridgefield, Abijah Ressequie, Benjamin D. Norris. 
Sherman, Seth Pepper.* 

Stamford, William T. Minor, Amzi Sconeld. 
Stratford, Everett Wheeler. 
Trumbull, Plumb N. Fairchild, 
Weston, Joseph Rowland.* 
Weslport, Hezekiah Allen. 
Wilton, Samuel P. Randle.— 30. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn, John Gallup 3d. 

Ashford, Roderick Stebbins, George Lincoln.* 

Canterbury, Ebenezer Sanger, Albert Dewing.* 

Chaplin, Alvin Moulton.* 

Hampton, Chauncey F. Cleveland.* 

Killingly, William James,* George Warren.* 

Plainfield, Amos Witter, Jr., Andrew C. Lester. 

Pomfret, Charles Matthewson, Samuel P. Sumner, 

Sterling, William Crary.* 

Thompson, William H. Chandler, Franklin Bailey. 

Voluntown, Samuel Gates. 

Windham, Jairus Littlefield, William Wales. 

Woodstock, Joseph Lyman, Augustus Skinner. — 21. 



24 REPRESENTATIVES. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield, David Marsh,* George Seymour.* 

Barkhamsted, Samuel W. Pine, Linus Bliss. 

Bethlem, Nicholas Moss.* 

Canaan, William S. Marsh,* Frederick Watson.* 

Colebrook, James Cobb,* Huntington Persons.* 

Cornwall, Chalker Pratt, John C. Calhoun. 

Goshen, Austin Allyn, Simeon Loomis. 

Harwinton, Gardner Preston, Sheldon G. Catlin, 

Kent, John L. Stuart. 

New Hartford, Roger H. Mills, Timothy G. Jerome. 

New Mi/ford, Henry Merwin, Henry S. Mygatt. 

Norfolk, Oliver B. Butler, John K. Shepaid. 

Plymouth, Levi Heaton. 

Roxbury, Charles Thomas.* 

Salisbury, Amos L. Pattison, William H. Walton.* 

Sharon, John P. Goodwin, Charles Sears. 

Torrington, Lorin Hinsdale, Nelson Roberts. 

Warren, Clark S. Swift. 

Washington, Piatt Bryan,* Nathan H. Cary.* 

Watertown, Edward Hickox. 

Winchester, George Dudley, Marcus Munsell. 

Woodbury, Nathaniel B. Smith, R. H. Hotchkiss— 38. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown, Charles Woodward,* Henry D. Smith.* 

Haddam, Hezekiah Scovill,* Simon Shailer.* 

Chatham, Charles Jacobs,* William G. Buel.* 

Chester, William Miller.* 

Clinton, George B. Hilliard. 

Durham, Clement M. Parsons,* Wolcott P. Stone.* 

East Haddam, Wm. Palmer, Jr.* Lemuel Dickinson.* 

Killingworth, Ebenezer Griswold,* Abel Wilcox.* 

Portland, Alfred Hall. 

Saybrook, George H. Chalker, Cornelius R. Doane. 

Westbrook, Alfred Chittenden— 18.. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland, Loren P. Waldo/ Wm. W. EatoD.* 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



25 



Bolton, Royal S. White.* 

Columbia, Dan Fuller.* 

Coventry, Hezekiah Edgcrton,* Gurley Phelps.* 

Ellington, Stedman Nash. 

Hebron, William T. Jones,* Harvey Brown.* 

Mansfield, Geo. W. Aspinwall,* Thos.' Tillinghast.* 

Somers, Erasmus E. Hamilton,* Solomon Billings, Jr.* 

Stafford, Minor Fenton, Elisha K. Bradley. 

Union, Burk Foster, Abijah Sessions. 

Vernon, Elisha Pember. 

Willington, Roderick Fenton, Harvey Merrick. — 20. 

Elisha Bigelow, Walter P. Chamberlain, Messengers. 
William Russell, Door-keeper. 
John L. Boswell, State Printer. 

Recapitulation of Representatives. 

Counties. Whigs. Bern. 

Hartford, 22 15 

New Haven, --16 13 

New London, 15 12 

Fairfield, 20 10 

Litchfield, 27 11 

Windham, 10 11 

Tolland, 8 12 

Middlesex, 6 12 

Total, - - - -124 96 

Add Senators, ----- 13 8 

Joint ballot' - - - - - 137 104 
Whig majority 33, viz. 28 in the House and 5 in the 
Senate. 

House Committees. 

Joint Standing Committees. 

On the judiciary, Messrs. Chapman, Peck, Willey, 
Perry, Lyman, Marsh of Litchfield, Smith of Middle- 
town, and Waldo, 



26 REPRESENTATIVES. 

On the school fund, Messrs. Kendrick, Jerome of 
Bristol, Pierce, Mead, Warren, Merwin of New Mil- 
ford, Parsons and Sessions. 

On banks, Messrs. Minor of Stamford, Johnson of 
Enfield, Brooks, Bliss of Norwich, Chandler, Watson, 
Miller and Pember. 

On State prison, Messrs. Howard, Beach, Hill of 
Lebanon, Beardslee of Monroe, James, Butler, Hall 
and Merrick. 

On new towns and Probate districts, Messrs. Whee- 
ler of Fairfield, Richards, Doolittle, Kimball, Skinner, 
Hinsdale, Dickinson and Jones. 

On roads and bridges, Mpssrs. Burlock, Wilcox of 
Simsbury, Morgan, Jarvis, Marsh of Canaan, Jacobs, 
Fenton of Willington, and Matthewson. 

On incorporations other than banks, Messrs. Mills, 
Day, Benedict, Loomis of Colchester, Hoyt, Moulton, 
Griswoldof Killingworth, and Edgerton. 

On claims, Messrs. Wells. Stone "of Guilford, Loomis 
of East Lyme, Osborn of Danbury, Sumner, Sears, 
Chalker and Fuller, 

On divorce, Messrs. Woodward, Hanmer, Spencer 
of Naugatuck, Palmer of Preston, Pepper, Bailey of 
Thompson, Dudley and Aspinwall. 

On education, Messrs. Russell of New Haven, Rowe, 
Lay, Carter, Lincoln, Calhoun, Shailer and Nash. 

On sale of lands, Messrs. Belcher, Alexander, Minor 
of Wolcott, Ressequie, Littlefield, Hine, Chittenden 
and E^aton. 

On military returns, Messrs. Gates, Gladden and 
Catlin. 

Joint Select Committees. • 

On military affairs, Messrs. Pratt, Shelton, Hewitt, 
Hill of Redding, Witter, Mygatt, Buel and White of 
Bolton. 

On taxation, Messrs. Reynolds of Wallingford, 
Woodruff, Rix, Lord of Bridgeport, Stebbins, Cobb, 
Palmer of East Haddam, and Hamilton. 

On railroads, Messrs. Smith of Woodbury, Dewey, 



OFFICIAL CANVASS. 27 

Bushnell, Rogers, Allen of Westport, Dewing, Doane 
and Phelps. 

On federal relations, Messrs. Peck of New Haven, 
Brandegee, Brewster, Fairchild, Sanger, Pattison, 
Wilcox of Killingworth, and Tillinghast. 

On patent medicines, Messrs. Woodward, Olmsted, 
Clark of Orange, Latimer, Dikeman, Gallup of Brook- 
lyn, Allen of Goshen, and Brown of Hebron. 

OFFICIAL CANVASS OF VOTES, 1847. 

State Officers* 

FOR GOVERNOR. 

Clark Bissell, 30,137 

Thomas T. Whittlesey, - - - 27,402 

Francis Gillette, 2,094 

Scattering, ------ 41 

Bissell's majority, 600. 

FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. 

Charles J. McCurdy, ... - *29,609 

George S. Catlin, f27,i35 

Levi Yale, 2,064 

Scattering, 788 

FOR SECRETARY. 

John B. Robertson, }29,177 

Charles W. Bradley, §26,348 

Vincent Hinckley, .... ||1,910 

Scattering, 2,094 



* Charles Curdy received 1, Charles McCurdy, 217, Charles S. 
McCurdy, 226 ;— 444. 

t George Catlin received 1, George A. Catlin, 248 ; — 249. 

J John Robert, 1, John Robertson, 75, Charles B. Robertson, 
92, John W. Robertson, 265, Joseph B. Robertson, 164, Joseph 
B. Gilbert, (probably intended for J. B. Robertson,) 148 ; — 745. 

§ Alonzo W. Birge, (probably intended for C. W. Bradley,) 
1,177. 

|| George Read, (probably intended for Vincent Hinckley,) 146. 



28 



OFFICIAL CANVASS. 



FOR TREASURER, 



Joseph B. Gilbert, *30,045 

Alonzo W. Birge, t 25 ,970 

George Read, - - . - - - J 1,861 

Scattering, 1,S71 

Gilbert's Majority, 343. 

FOR COMPTROLLER. 

Abijah Catlin, ||29,697 

Mason Cleveland, - " i " " " 27,456 

Nathan Smith, --/... 2,065 

Scattering, - 457 

For Senators. 

District No. 1. Thomas C. Perkins, - - 2,268 

Jesse Olney, - 1,835 

Noah W. Stanley, - - - 118 

Scattering, 2 

Plurality for Perkins, 433. 

" No. 2. Samuel Norris, - - - 1,691 
Parkes Loomis, - 1,685 

William Norton, - - - - 1 

Scattering, 1 

Plurality for Norris, 6. 

" No. 3. Thomas G. Holcomb, - - 1,843 

David Latham, - 1,766 

William H. Hallock, - - 123 

Scattering, ... 4 

Plurality for Holcomb, 77. 

* J. B. Gilbert 1, Joseph Gilbert, 1, John B. Robertson, (proba- 
bly intended for J. B. Gilbert,) 147 ;— 149. 

t Charles W. Bradley, (probably intended for A. W. Birge,) 
1,448. 

X Geo. W. Read, 53, Vincent Hinckley, (probably intended for 
G. Read,) 161 ;— 214. 

|| Abijah W. Catlin, 420. 



OFFICIAL CANVASS. 



29 



District No. 4. Marcus Merriman, Jr. - 
Daniel C. Augur, - 
L. Beach Piatt, - - ' - 
Scattering, - 

Plurality for Merriman, 585 


1,814 
1,229 

- 58 
22 


" No. 5. Jason W. Bradley, 
John Peck, - 
Scattering, - 

Plurality for Bradley, 504. 


1,830 

1,332 

36 


" No 6. Rufus Rogers, - 

Erastus C. Scranton, 
Eber S. Hotchkiss, 
Scattering, - 

Plurality for Rogers, 108. 


1,637 

1,529 

180 

7 


" No. 7. Ephraim Williams, 
Andrew M. Frink, - 
Scattering, - 

Plurality for Williams, 48. 


1,210 
1,162 
- 2 


No. 8. David Baldwin, - 
Thomas A. Clark, - 
Dwight Bailey, - 
Scattering, - 

Plurality for Baldwin, 436. 


1,549 

1,113 

- 106 

5 


" No. 9. Oramel Whittlesey, - - 1,015 

Jedediah R. Gay, ... - - 872 

Zebulon Brockway, - - - 81 

Scattering, - 2 

Plurality for Whittlesey, 143. 


« No. 10. John Gould, 

John S. Wilson, 1329 > 
John Wilson, 141 < 


1,666 
1,470 



Asa Curtis, 24 

Scattering, - 1 

Plurality for Gould, 196. 



30 OFFICIAL CANVASS. 

District No. 11. Lemuel Sanford, 
Harvey Smith, 
Scattering, 

Plurality for Sanford, 27. 

" No. 12. Charles Marvin, 

Henry Walton, - 
Jonas Mead } - 
Scattering, - 

Plurality for Marvin, 490. 

" No. 13. William Witter, 
Isaac Clark, 
Elisha Williams, 

Scattering, - - - y 

Plurality for Witter, 164. 

No. 14. Faxon Nichols. - - 1,290 

Calvin Day, - - - ' - 1,200 

Jonathan Skinner, - - 220 

{Scattering, - - - - 11 

Plurality for Nichols, 90. 

" No. 15. Gideon Hall, Jr., - - 1,483 

Rollin L. Beecher, - - 1,381 

Scattering, 2 
Plurality for Hall, 102. 

" No. 16. John C. Ambler, - - 1,455 

Charles Everett, - - - 1,428 

Daniel G. Piatt, - - - 104 

Scattering, - - - - 14 

Plurality for Ambler, 27. 

" No. 17. John H. Hubbard, - - 1,382 
Rut'us Fuller, Jr., - - - 1,217 
John T. Andrew, - - - 38 

Scattering, 9 

Plurality for Hubbard, 165. 



OFFICIAL CANVASS. 



31 



District No. 18. Noah A. Phelps, 

Charles R. Alsop, - 
Jesse G. Baldwin, 32 ) 
J. G. Baldwin, 6 ] 

Scattering, - 

Plurality for Phelps, 146. 

" No. 19. Joshua L'Hommedieu, 
Samuel C. Silliman, 
Silas Higgins, . 
Plurality for L'Hommedieu, 

" No. 20. Luther Eaton, . 

Augustus Moore, ... 
Elisha Frink, . 
Scattering, 
Plurality for Eaton, 19. 

" No. 21. Samuel F. West, . 
Nathaniel White, 
Jonathan L. Hinckley, 
Scattering, 

Plurality for West, 101. 



1,139 
993 

- 38 

- 3 

1,185 

1,160 

. 102 

912 

893 

57 



930 

829 

. 35 

29 



2H 



VOTE FOR GOVERNOR— 1847. 



Hartford County, 
New Haven County, 
New London County, 
Fairfield County, 
Windham County, 
Litchfield County, 
Middlesex County, 
Tolland County, 



Bis sell. 


Whittlesey. 


Scat. 


5812 


5426 


295 


5224 


4260 


312 


3751 


31S0 


314 


4709 


4110 


135 


2320 


2419 


407 


4306 


3901 


384 


2173 


2340 


149 


1S39 


1766 


139 



30,137 



27,402 



2135 



32 OFFICIAL CANVASS. 



Official Vote for Members of 


Congress. 


District No. 1 — Hartford and Tolland Counties. 


James Dixon, 


7,676 


Willam J. Hamersley, 


7,167 


William H. Burleigh, 


364 


Scattering, 


8 


Dixon's plurality, 


509 


" majority, 


137 



District No. 2 — N. Haven and Middlesex Counties. 

Samuel D. Hubbard, 7,325 

Samuel Ingham, 6,669 > fi A „ Q 

Samuel D. Ingham, 3 5 °'° u 

Ely Warner/ 391 \ 4n - 

Ely P. Warner, 14 5 4UD 

Scattering, 8 

Hubbard's plurality, 656 

k< majority, 240 

District No. 3 — Jv. London and Windham Counties. 



John A. Rockwell, 


6,112 


Noyes Billings, 


5,578 


Increase Wilson, 


653 


Scattering, 


1 


Rockwell's plurality, 


534 


District No. 4 — Litchfield and 


Fairfield Counties. 


Truman Smith, 


9,082 


George Taylor, 


7,980 


Uriel Tuttle, 394 > 
Uriah Tuttle, 11 J 


405 


Scattering, 


25 


Smith's plurality, 


1,102 


" majority, 


662 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 33 

Judicial and Civil Departments. 

JUDGES OP THE SUPERIOR COURT AND 

SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 

SAMUEL CHURCH, Chief Judge. 
Associate Judges. — William L. Storrs, Henry 
M. Waite, Joel Hinman, William W. Ellsworth. 
Thomas Day, Reporter. 

ALLOTMENT OF THE JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR 

COURT FOR THE YEAR 1847-8. 

SUMMER TERMS. 

Waite, J., Middlesex and Fairfield. 
Storrs, J., New London and Windham. 
Hinman, J., Hartford and Tolland. 
Ellsworth, J., Litchfield and New Haven. 

WINTER TERMS. 

Church, C. J., Litchfield and New London. 
Waite, J., Windham and Tolland. 
Storrs, J., Hartford. 

Hinman, J., New Haven and Middlesex. 
Ellsworth, J., Fairfield. 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

FRANCIS PARSONS, Judge. 
Jabez King, } 

Sherman Osborne, > Commissioners. 

Samuel Galpin, ) 

Chauncey Howard, Clerk. 

Nathaniel Goodwin, Treasurer. 
3 



34 HARTFORD COUNTY. 

JUDGES OF PROBATE. 

District of Hartford— William N. Matson. 

'« Avon — Francis Woodford. 

M Berlin — Henry Nash. 

" Bristol — Tracy Peck. 

" Burlington — Frederick Bull. 

" Canton — Ephraim Mills. 

" East Windsor — William Barnes. 

u Enfield — Aholiab Johnson. 

(t Farmington — Egbert Cowles. 

" Granby — Justus D. Wilcox. 

" Hartland — Erastus Beman. 

M Marlborough — Sherman C. Lord. 

" Simsbury — Julius Chapman. 

" Southingtun — Stephen Walkley. 

" Suffield — Harvey Bissell. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Hartford— John M. Niles, William W. Ellsworth, 
Walter Mitchell, Thomas K. Brace, Seth Terry, Thom- 
as C. Perkins, Nathan Johnson, Francis Parsons, David 
F. Robinson, Isaac Toucey, Charles Shepard, Albert 
Day, Benning Mann, Royal R. Hinman, Nathaniel 
Goodwin, William Hungerford, Oliver E. Williams, 
Alfred Smith, Francis Fellowes, Jabez W. Giddings, 
James G. Bolles, Charles Chapman, Richard G. Drake, 
Alexander H. Pomroy, Gurdon Robins, Simeon L. 
Loomis, Barzillai Hudson, Henry Kilbourn, Henry- 
Francis, Jesse Savage, Edwin Benjamin, Jeremiah 
Brown, Amos M. Collins, Philip Ripley, Harvey Sey- 
mour, Samuel Talcott, William R. Cone, David White, 
Benjamin Belden, Solomon S. Flagg, Zephaniah Alden, 
Samuel H. Huntington, Richard" Sheldon, Daniel P. 
Crosby, Charles H. Northam, Samuel H. Parsons, 
James Dixon, Joseph Pratt, Normand Lyman, James 
H. Holcomb, William Conner, Olcott Allen, Erastus 
Smith, William N. Matson, Henry Fowler, R. A. Er- 
ving, Josiah Raymond, Sylvanus F. Cone, Eliphalet A. 
Bulkeley, Guy R. Phelps, Edward Goodman, James 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 35 

M. Goodwin, Henry Perkins, Virgil Cornish, James C. 
Walkley, Walter Harris, William D. Ely, Seymour N. 
Case, William Bigelow, Richard D. Hubbard, John W. 
Seymour, Thomas Brace, Dwight W. Pardee, Christo- 
pher C. Lyman, Lucius F. Robinson, Henry H. Brown- 
ell, Horace Cornwall, Romanta Seymour, Benjamin 
Bissell, Lorain T. Pease, Newton Case, William H. 
Chapman. 

Avon — Marcus Day, Carlos C. Day, Francis Wood- 
ford, Samuel Bishop, Gamaliel Sperry, Darius Sperry, 
Alfred Kellogg, Truman H. Miller, Daniel M. Alford. 

Berlin — Horatio Gridley, Cyprian Goodrich, Roswell 
Moore, Henry Nash, Thomas Upson, Benjamin Allyn, 
Ozias B. Bassett, Norman Porter, Alfred North, Wil- 
liam Bulkley, Ira E. Smith, Freedom Hart, Henry 
Booth, Charles W. Baldwin, Alfred Andrews, Emert 
A. Parker, Russel Upson, Hubert F. North, Samuel B. 
Cowles, Edward Wilcox, James F. Lewis, Henry W. 
Flagg, Lotan Porter. 

Bloomfield — Phelps Barnard, Samuel D. Goodwin, 
Shaylor F. Burnham, Lemuel D. Roberts, Joab H. 
Hubbard, Chauncey Loomis, Bildad Rowley, David W. 
Grant, Benjamin Graham, Amos H. Gillette, Watson 
Case. 

Bristol — Tracy Peck, Charles G. Ives, Levi Smith, 
Jared W. Pardee, Benjamin Ray, Lloyd Atkins, Wil- 
liams Darrow, Elisha Manross, Benjamin F. Hawley, 
Irenus Atkins, Chauncey Goodrich, Joseph A. Wells, 
Lester Robinson, George H. Mitchell,. Edward Terry, 
Sidney P. Burwell. 

Burlington — Abraham Pettibone, Salmon Gridley, 
Frederick Bull, Lemuel Crane, Caleb N. Mathews, 
Grove Webster. 

Canton — Ephraim Mills, Sherman Osborn, Lancel 
Foote, Averitt Wilcox, Noah R. L. Bristol, Imri L. 
Spencer, Jarvis Case, Lucian Bidwell, Loin H. Hum- 
phreys, Alanson Merrill, Samuel V. Woodbridge, Jo- 
seph Daily, Jr., Henry A. Shepard,Noadiah Case,Rug- 
gles Case, William H. Hallock, Bera Case, Lester Ma- 



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36 HARTFORD COUNTY. 

ther, William E. Brown, Henry Butler, Israel W. Gra- 
ham, Titus S. Case. 

East Hartford — Abner Hale, Solomon Olmsted, 
Jared Ayres, Jesse Judson, Elihu Smith, Orrin Forbes, 
Allen Brewer, Ira A. Kimball, Horace Riley, Francis 
Hanmer, James Hills, Roderick F. Fowler, Edward S. 
Goodwin, Daniel Pitkin, Jr. 

East Windsor — William Barnes, John W. Stough- 
ton, Homer D. Allen, Samuel W. Bartlett, Josiah Ells- 
worth, Chester Belknap, Luman S. Allen, Sumner 
Shepard, Ralph Blodgett, James Pasco, Jr., Henry W.- 
Allen, William H. Thompson, David Osborn, 2d. 

Enfield — Aholiab Johnson, Jonathan Pease, Jabez 
T. Taylor, Charles Clark, Normand Allen, George C. 
Owen, Edward Hoskins, Ebenezer I. Scrimgeour, 
Hugh Richmond, Parsons Henry. 

Farmington — Egbert Cowles, Simeon Hart, Erastus 
Scott, Harvey Whittlesey, Henry D. Stanley, William 
A. Ives, Lucius S. Cowles, Edward K. Hamilton, John 
Hooker, Giles Stillman, Henry Mygatt, Jeremiah Wil- 
cox, Adrian R. Wadsworth, Samuel S. Cowles, Stephen 
A. Palmer, Ira HadseU, Timothy C. Lewis, William 
Crampton, Lambert Hitchcock. 

Glastenbury — George Merrick, Henry Dayton, Thad- 
deus Welles, Frary Hale, Asahel Hollister, John A. 
Hale, Chauncey Goodale, David Finley, David H. 
Couch, Henry T. Welles, Ralph Crane, James Killam, 
Joseph Wright, Sidney Smith, John W. Finley. 

Granby — Justus D. Wilcox, Charles T. Hillyer, Silas 
Higley, Asa Higley, Samuel H. Woodruff, Anson Cooley, 
Edmund Thompson, Harvey Alderman, Lewis Hol- 
comb, Peter J. Jewett, Almon Owen, C. Holcomb, 2d., 
Anson Bates, Cullen Hayes, Hiram F. Chapin, Samuel 
Weed, Richard H. Phelps, Nahum Holcomb, Jr., 
Watson Dewey, Horace Kendall, Thomas Cushman, 
Alexander H. Griswold, Jairus Case, Truman Gillette. 

Hartland — Ezra Doolittle, Austin Ensign, Henry 
Griswold, Nathaniel Gay lord, Anson B. Tiffany, Dwight 
L. Williams, Ira Beach, William McLoud, John J. 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 37 

Phelps, Virgil Stebbins, George D. Cornish, Benjamin 
Giddings. 

Manchester— Ralph R. Phelps, Melancthon Hudson, 
Lorin Carpenter, Aaron Cook, Walter Bunce, Arnold 
Keeney, Ashbel W. Case, Francis W. Cowles, George 
Bunce. 

Marlborough — Sherman C. Lord, Oliver Northam, 
George Foote, William Finley, Sylvester C. Dunham, 
Prentiss B. Skinner, William C. Lord, Amos B. La- 
tham, David Phelps, 2d., David B. Finley, Asa Day, 
Isaac B. Buell. 

Rocky Hill— William Robbins, 2d., Henry Whit- 
more, Davis Smith, Eleazer Goodrich, Thomas D. Wil- 
liams, Nehemiah Stevens 

Simsbury — John 0. Pettibone, Dudley Humphrey, 
Aurora Case, Jeffery 0. Phelps, Mamre Case, John 
Turnbull, Julius Chapman, Whiting Shepard, Allen 
Pinney, Ashbel Moses, Moses Ensign, Salmon C. Eno, 
Zophar St. John, James W. Adams, Stiles A. Bradley, 
Dudley B. M'Lean, Henry W. Ensign, Luther Rich- 
ards, John Dixon. 

Southington — Romeo Lowrey, Stephen Walkley, 
Root Gridley, Julius S. Barnes, Simeon H. Norton, 
Gad Andrews, Isaac Shepard, Joel Potter, Seth Pratt, 
Jeremiah Neale, Mansfield Merriman. 

South Windsor — Ebenezer Pinney, Theodore El- 
more, Frederick W. Grant, Joshua Risley, John S. 
Clapp, John C. Robertson, Horace Grant, Caleb Ben- 
jamin. 

Suffield — William Fuller, Samuel Hastings, Austin 
Burnham, John B. King, Harvey Bissell, Horace Shel- 
don, 2d., Artemas King, Robert M. Campbell, David 
Hale, Jr., Curtis Warner, George S. Margerum, Arch- 
ibald Keney, Henry Endress, Horace Sheldon, Calvin 
W. Philleo, Samuel N. Reed, Odiah L. Sheldon, Julius 
Harmon. 

Wethersjield — Hezekiah Belden, Martin Welles, 
Samuel Galpin, John Francis, Elizur Goodrich, Wil- 
liam Talcott, John Welles, Alfred Francis, Homer 



38 HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Camp, Daniel H. Wiliard, HarVey Francis, Simeon 
Woodruff. 

Windsor — Henry Sill, Henry Halsey, Sidney Bow- 
en, Walter Thrall, Samuel W. Mills, Charles H. Dex- 
ter, Eli Phelps, Charles W. Denslow, Freeman M. 
Brown, Amos Hathaway, Zophar Case, James Loomis, 
2d. 



PRACTICING ATTORNEYS. 



Richard D. Hubbard, State Attorney. 

Hartford— Walter Mitchell, Joseph Trumbull, Seth 
Terry, Nathan Johnson, J. M. Niles, William Hunger- 
ford, Isaac Toucey, Charles Shepard, 0. E. Williams, 
Samuel H. Huntington, T. C. Perkins, Francis Par- 
sons, Charles Chapman, Samuel H. Parsons, Erastus 
Smith, William R. Cone, James H. Holcomb, Edward 
Goodman, Benning Mann, Eliphalet A. Bulkley, Rich- 
ard G. Drake, James Dixon, Henry Perkins, Francis 
Fellowes, William N. Matson, Thomas H. Seymour, 
Chauncey Howard, John W. Seymour, James C. Walk- 
ley, Seymour N Case, Richard D. Hubbard, William 
D. Ely, Dwight W. Pardee, Charles De W. Brownell, 
H. Brownell, Horace Cornwall, Lucius F. Robinson. 
R. A. Erving. 

Berlin— Ira E. Smith, Henry Nash, HubartF. North, 
(New Britain.) 

East Windsor — William Barnes. 

Enfield — Aholiab Johnson. 

Farmington — John Hooker. 

Glastenbnry — George Merrick. 

Granby — Silas Higley, Samuel H. Woodruff, Anson 
Bates, Edward Holcomb. 

Manchester— Ralph R. Phelps, George W. Griswold. 

Simsbury — Hector F. Phelps. 

Southington — Romeo Lowrey. 

Suffield— Seth Parsons, C. W. Philleo. 

Sheriff — Chester Adams, Hartford. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Hartford, Nathan M. Waterman ; 
Windsor , Anson Loomis ; Farmington, Henry Cowles ; 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 39 

Canton, Ezekiel Hosford ; Granby, Eratus Holcomb ; 
Enfield, Albert Clark; Svffield, Eliphalet S. Morton; 
Simabury, Ebenezer B. Phelps ; Manchester, Eli Pit- 
kin; East Windsor , Otis P. Bartlett. 

Deputy Jailer — Nathaniel H. Morgan, Hartford. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 



COUNTY COURT. 

EDWARD HINMAN, Judge. 

Philemon Hoadley, ) 

Samuel C. Johnson, > Commissioners. 

Leonard Bronson, ) 

Henry G. I ewis, Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 

and Supreme Court of Errors. 
John C. H( llister Assistant Clerk, 
Joseph Dai ling, Treasurer. 

JUDGES OF PROBATE. 

District of New Haven — Eleazer K. Foster. 

Cheshire— Silas Hitchcock. 
" Guilford— Ralph D. Smith. 

Madison — Jonathan T. Lee. 

Meriden — Benajah Andrews. 
" Mil ford — Abijah Carrington. 

" Oxford— Noah Stone. 

Walling ford— Ebenezer H. Ives. 

Waterbury — Norton J. Buel. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

New Haven — Roger S. Baldwin, Dennis Kimberly, 
Henry C. Flagg, Henry White, W. W. Boardman, 
Win, B. Bristol, Tho's. Bennet, Wm. J. Flagg, John 



40 NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

S. Rice, John S. Beach, Charles A. Ingersoll, Joseph 
Wood, Alfred Blackmail, Charles Robinson, Charles 
T. Shelton, Jonathan Stoddard, Eleazer K. Foster, Lu- 
cius G. Peck, John C. Hollister, Wm H. Clark, Henry 
G. Lewis, Siias Mix, Robert H Osborn, Horace An- 
drews, Charles R. Ingersoll, Wm. Stoddard, Alfred 
Terry, Richard Fitzgerald, George Lindley, Charles 
Ives, Sherman W. Scovill, Natha'l A. Cowdry, Wm. 
Goodwin, James Brewster, Lelotes Day, Shelden Hotch- 
kiss, Henry Peck, Jemes Donaghe, T. Ensign, H. Hug- 
gins, N. R. Clark, Alfred S. Munson, Henry A. Mur- 
ray, Wm. L. Mansfield, Thomas R. Trowbridge, Noah 
Chandler, Wales French, John Ritter, Enos Sperry, S s 
W. Wadsworth, John W. Collins, Augustus Lines, 
Benjamin Higby, John A. Blake, Gardner Morse, Ca- 
leb Mix, Elihu Sanford, jr. Leonard A. Daggett, Henry 
Whitney, Willis Peck, Francis Donnerly, Enos A. 
Prescott, D. W. Buckingham, Wm. A. Reynolds, Eli- 
sha Dickerman, jr. David J. Peck. Isaac Anderson, 
Abel B. Jacocks, Justin Redfield, George D. English, 
James M. Woodward, Sidney S. Morse, Abraham A. 
Thompson, James A. Gorham, Frederick Croswell, 
Phineas T. Miller, Isaac Mix, Wm. Wadsworth, 
George T. Smith, Charles K. Brown, Eli Whitney, 
Jonathan Hiller, William Harltey, Samuel W. Andrew. 

Bethany— J ason W. Bradley, Alvin Sperry, Knee- 
land Downs, Archibald A. Perkins. 

Branford — Abraham Rogers, James Blackstone, Asa 
Norton, James W. Frisbie, David Beach, Wm. Tyler, 
Willoughby L. Lay, Levi S. Parsons, James Barker. 

Cheshire — Silas Hitchcock, Alfred Doolittle, Nathan 
Booth, Elihu Yale, Samuel Williams, William Kelsey, 
Charles E. Munn, Wm. L. Foot, Benajah Ives, Tilton 
E. Doolittle. 

Derby— Henry Whitney, Charles Lindley, Shelden 
Bassett, Joseph Canfield, Lyman Osborn, Almond 
Smith, Wm. B. Wooster, Samuel French, Hiram Upson, 
Leonard Hatfield, Samuel Bassett, Abel Holbrook, John 
W. Dwight. 

East Haven— Willis Hemingway, Ruel Andrews, 
Degrass Maltby, Hoadly Bray, Daniel Smith, James 
Williams, Nicholas C. Goodrich, Josiah J. Ward. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 41 

Guilford — Ralph D. Smith, Edward R, Landon, 
Anson Fowler, Alva B. Goldsmith, Henry W. Chitten- 
den, John R. i>ossiter. Whitney Elliott, Henry Elliott, 
E. S. Hotchkiss, John Burgess, Augustus Bartlett. 

Hamden — Jared Bassett, Loyal F. Todd, James M. 
Ford, Rufus Dorman, Leverett Tuttle, Ambrose Tuttle, 
Gibbs Gilbert, Elisha Dickerman, Eli Dickerman, Al- 
oert Goodyear, Leverett Hitchcock. 

Milford — Abijah Carrington, Nathaniel Smith, Wm. 
Strong, Anson Clark, Andrew French, Selah Strong, 
Lucius N. Beardslee, Luzerne D. Hubbell, EliN. Clark, 
Samuel B. Gunn, Curtiss Oviatt, Charles Tibballs, 
Josiah P. Isbell, Nathan Gunn, Enoch B. Peck, Samuel 
Clark, 3d. 

Madison — Jonathan F. Todd, Walker P. Hunger, 
Jesse Crampton, Martin L. Dowd, Nathan W. Hopson, 
Heman Tyler, Simeon Scranton, Daniel Hills, Joel 
Field, Achilles Willard, Aaron E. Stone, John P. 
Hopson, H. Hale, James H. Dowd. 

Meriden — Benajah Andrews, Philo Pratt, Phineas 
Potter, David N. Camp, James S. Brooks, Noah Pome- 
roy, Levi Yale. 

Middlebury — Leonard Bronson, Ebenezer Smith, 
Josiah Hine, Thomas B. Wooster, Nelson Tuller. 

North Haven — Eleazer Warner, Byard Barnes, Ezra 
S. Munson, Manning B. Bassett, Ezra Stiles, E. C. 
Tuttle, Burrit Brocket, Henry Bradley. 

Naugatuck— Giles Hotchkiss, H. S. Stevens, Rich- 
ard Ward, Charles Nettleton, Wm. G. Smith, R. E. 
Isbell, James Spencer, Stiles Peck, Samuel Hopkins, 
P. S. Stephens. 

North Branford — Wm. A. Reynolds, Wm Ford, 
Horace Harrison, Eaton Stent, Julius Maltby, Charles 
Foot, Samuel Bartholomew, Francis C. Bartholomew. 

Orang <?— Nehemiah Kimberly, William T Grant, 
Silas Thompson, Albert T. Miller, Isaac Hine, jr., 
Elizur T. Bradley, James Fitts, Benjamin T. Clark. 

Prospect — Ransom R. Russell, Geo. C. Piatt, Isaac 
Bradley, David R. Williams, Thomas Wilmot, Lawren 
Preston. 

Southbury — Edward Hinman, Joseph Wheeler, John 



42 NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

Pierce, Henry Downs, Erastus Mitchell, Charles Hicox, 
Anthony B. Burritt, Erastus Pierce, George Smith, 
Samuel J. Stoddard, Ebenezer Johnson, Henry Brown. 

Walling ford — Ebenezer H. Ives, Malachi Cooke, Ira 
Tuttle, Augustus Hall, 2d., Win, M. Hall, Edwin Yale, 
Elisha M. Pomeroy. 

Watf.rbury — Norton J. Buel, John W. Webster, An- 
son Sperry, Edward Chittenden, David B. Hurd, James 
W. Finch, Anson G. Stocking, Win. C. Boon, Julius 
Hotchkiss, John Kendrick, Sherman Bronson. Edward 
B. Cook. 

Woodbridge — Bevil P. Smith, James J. Baldwin, 
Nelson Newton, Nathan P. Thomas, Lyman Manville, 
James A. Darling, Treat Clark. 

Wolcott — Carlos R. Byington, Mark Tuttle, Orrin 
Plumb, George W. Carter, Stiles L. Hotchkiss. 

Oxford — Samuel Meigs, Russell Wooster, Alfred 
Hardger, Judson English, Ebener Fairchild, Noah Stone, 
Hiram Osborn, Nathan B. Fairchild, Nathaniel Walker, 
Lucius Baldwin, Ebenezer Riggs, Aurelius Bucking- 
ham, Nathan J. Wilcoxson. 

PRACTICING ATTORNEYS. 
Dennis Kimberly, State Attorney. 

New Haven — Roger S. Baldwin, Dennis K'mberly, 
Henry C. Flagg, Charles A. Ingersoli, Henry White, 
Silas Mix, William B. Bristol, Jonathan Stoddard, 
Charles Robinson, Richaid Fitzgerald. Robert H. Os- 
born, Thomas Bennett, Charles T. Shelton, Eleazer 
K. Foster, Amasa G. Porter, William J. Fiagg, John 
S. Rice, John C. Hollister, Lucius G. Peck, Alfred 
Blackman, John S. Beach, Henry G, Lewis. Charles 
R. Ingersoli, Horace Andrews, William Stoddard, Wil- 
son H. Clark, George Lindley, Abel B. Jacocks, Charles 
Ives, James M. Woodward, Nathaniel A. Cowdrey, 
David J. Peck, Samuel W. Andrew, Samuel J. Clark, jr. 
Charles Nettleton, Clark Bissell, Henry Dutton, Henry 
G. Lewis. 

Ctiethire — Tilton E. Doolittle, William Kelsey. 



NEW LONDON COUNTY. 43 

Derby — (Birmingham.) Charles Lindley, William 
B. Wooster. 

(Humphreysville,) Harris B. Munson. 

Guilford — Ralph D. Smith, E. <.Lando\ 

ik/^riV/c/i— Benajah Andrews, Dexter R. Wright. 

Southbury — Ed w a rd H i n m a n . 

Waierbu'ry— Norton J. Buel, John W. Webster, 
Oliver A. G. Todd, John Kendrick. 

Sheriff — Leander Parmelee, New Haven. 

Deputy Sheriffs — David H. Carr, New Haven i 
Lucius P. Bryan, Waterbury; David T. Stoddard? 
Derby; Reuben H. Way, Meriden; Mark Wooster, 
Oxford ; Lawrence S. Spencer, Naugatuck. 

Deputy Jailer— Andrew Bryan, New Haven. 



NEW LONDON COUNTY, 

COUNTY COURT. 

CHARLES J. McCURDY, Judge. 
Fra icis B. Loomis, ) 
John Grace, > Commissioners. 

Charles Coit, ) 

Jam os Stedman, Clerk. 
Jacob W. Kinney, Treasurer. 
JUDGES OF PROBATE. 
District of New London — Watson A. Weaver. 
" Norwich — George Perkins. 

" Stonington — Asa Fish. 

° Colchester — David B. Carrol. 

" East Lyme — Edward R. Warren. 

" North Stoning ton — Eli as Hewitt. 

" Lebanon — Learned Hebard. 

" Grolon — Joseph Durfey. 

" Bozrah- -Albert G. Avery. 

N Salem — Oramel Whittlesey. 

11 Ledya>-d — Henry W. Avery. 

" Lyme — William Marvin* 



44 NEW LONDON COUNTY. 



JUSTICES OF PEACE. 

New London — Peter D. Irish, John Grace, Abel T. 
Sizer, William C. Crump, Louis Bristol, Frederick M. 
Walker, George Potter, Daniel Rogers, Leonard Dart, 
Silas K. Mason, Doug. W. Harris, Charles Richards, 
Eph. Chesebrough, Daniel B. Hempstead, Andrew C. 
Lippitt, John P. C. Mather, Hiram Willey, Nathan 
Belcher, William P. Benjamin, Charles Treadway, 
Eph. H. Douglass, Reuben Heath, Ruius L. Dimock, 
William Tate. 

Norvnch — Joseph Williams, James Stedman, Henry 
Strong, John A. Rockwell, Lafayette S. Foster, George 
Hill, John H. Townsend, Roger Huntington, Samuel 
Story, Gurdon Chapman, Lewis Hyde, Samuel C. 
Morgan, Charles J. Lanman, George Perkins, Othniel 
Gager, Asa Manning, George B. Ripley, James Brom- 
ley, Ebenezer Learned, Jr., William Clegg. Thomas 
Robinson, John T. Wait, Edmund Perkins, James A. 
Hovey, John T. Adams, Philo M. Judson, David 
Young, Nathan Sears, Benjamin Durfee, Alfred E. 
Leonard, Ralph H. Avery, Simeon Thomas, Shubael 
Morgan, Levi II. Young, Ebenezer Fuller, Stephen Al- 
len, William M. Converse, Oliver P. Wattles, Henry 
B. Tracy, George W. Smith, Daniel L. Huntington, 
Erasius E. Cobb, Henry McNelly, Isaac Johnson, Fred- 
erick M. Lathrop, John D. Park, Archa T. Willoughby. 

Bozrah — William Kelly, Orimel Johnson, Havilah 
Mowry, George Hough, Brewster Lee, Seth Whiting, 
Cyprian L. Whiting, William C. Abel, John L. Bow- 
ers, Joshua Maples, George P. Wightman, Joshua B. 
Leffingwell, Lathrop Stark, John W. Haughton. 

Colchester — Avery Morgan, Joseph Staples, Frederick 
Morgan, Henry Worthington, Guy Bigelow, Newhall 
Taintor, Alfred I. Loomis, John Packer, Aaron E. Em- 
mons, Samuel A. Kellogg, Joseph D. Kellogg, Appleton 
R. Park, George Clark, George Miller, Stephen B. 
Day, Nathaniel F. Brainard, Joshua B. Wheeler, Albert 
B. isham, Charles F. Day, Judah L. Tracy. 

East Lyme — John L. Smith, Richard W. Lee, Benj. 
E. Champlin, Benjamin Johnson, Matthew Tinker, 



NEW LONDON COUNTY. 



45 



John M. Rogers, Horace Smith, Charles E. Smith, Gur- 
don C. Beckwith, Francis W. Bolles, Thomas Avery, 
Israel Beckwith, Justin L. Beckwith, Nehemiah Caul- 
kins. 

Franklin — Alvin Abell, Jason W. Kingsley, Peter 
Pettis, Darius Frink, Ashbel Woodward, Jos. P. Tracy, 
Aaron Bailey, Almon Tracy, George W. Frink, James 
H. Hyde. 

Groton — Isaac C. Amidon, Erastus Avery, J. O. Mi- 
ner, Jr. Joseph Durfee, Belton A. Copp, Jefferson Per- 
kins, Simeon P. Avery, Daniel Knowles, James Gallup, 
William Latham, Isaac Randall, Nathan G. Fish, Wil- 
liams Newbury, Daniel Ed gcomb, Horatio N. Fish, Na- 
than F. Denison, Zebediah Gates, George W. Ashby, 
John S. Barber, Sanford Morgan, Nathan Daboll. 

Griswold — Charles E. Leonard, Nathan Stanton, Hez- 
ekiah L. Morgan, Nathan Prentice, John W. Fanning, 
Benjamin F. Billings, Arnold Bowen, Allen Edmond, 
Ephraim M. Brewster, Jason Lathrop, Jeremiah Shep- 
herd, John Graves, Hezekiah L. Meech. 

Lebanon — Eliphalet Huntington, Learned Hebard, 
Thomas Babcock, John Beaument, David S. Wood- 
worth, Elisha Waterman, Peleg Thomas, Erastus Os- 
good, Griswold E. Morgan, Henry H. Abel, Elias L. 
Williams, Rufus R. Dimmick, Jasper C. Foster, Nathan 
Brown, Thomas J. Kingsley, John Wattles. 

Ledyard — James Geer, Henry W. Avery, John 
Brewster, William M. Williams, Ebenezer Stoddard, 
Samuel W. Wood, George Ayer. Christopher Newton, 
Samuel G. Allyn. William Morgan, Ralph Hurlbut, 2d 
Luke Gallup, John D. Bradford, Sidney Allyn, Ralph S. 
Stoddard, Samuel S. Lamb, John JVlyers. 

Lisbon — Thomas M. Jewert, Charles Hyde, Albert F. 
Bennet, Cyrus Patrid^e, Chauncey K. Bushnell, Palmer 
Ray, Joseph B. Hibbard, Roswell Downing, John 
Grant, Ebenezer Lyon, Henry Burr, Joseph S. Cutter, 
Willard S. Bushnell, Henry R. Robbins, George W. 
Morgan. 

North Stonington — William Randall, Peleg Clark, 
William T. Browning, Mathew Brown, Jabez Gallup, 
George C. Brown, Henry Prentice, Samuel H, Prentice, 



46 



NEW LONDON COUNTY. 



William M. Hilliard, Abel F. Collins, Elias Hewitt, Ol- 
iver Hewitt, i ussell B. Coats, Cyrus W. Brown, Jr. 
Joseph Frink, Benjamin B. Hewitt, Sands C. Carr, 
Frederick Swan, Joseph D. Hewitt, Ichabod P. Eccles- 
tone, Ansel Coats, Ephraim Wheeler, Dewitt C. Pendle- 
ton, Samuel B. Wheeler. Caleb Grant, Nathan York, Jr. 
Chester S. Prentice, Paul Green, John B. Miner, Van R. 
Gray. 

Preston — Isaac Gallup, John H. Harris, George Lor- 
ing, John A. Williams, Henry Haskell, James Spicer, 
Eleazer B. Downing, Austin Phillips, Jeremiah Halsey. 
Asa Avery, Amos Standish, Warren Cook, Dwight W. 
Cook, Oliver P. Crary, Oliver P. Avery, Henry P. Ma- 
rion, Lyman Bailey, Jedediah R. Irish, Nathan P. Kim- 
ball, Ansel Pendleton, William Story, John P. Gates, 
David D. Baldwin. 

Salem— E bene zer A. Packer, Abel Rathbone, David 
P. Otis, Moses Palmer, Henry Bailey, Hiram Gates, 
John Whittlesey, Jr. Elijah W. Tredway, Warren Ful- 
ler, Sidney Morgan, John P. Fuller, Henry P. Whittle- 
sey, John Raymond, John Patten, Samuel Strickland, Jr. 
Edward DeWolf. Jesse M. Kingsley, Latham Forsyth, 
Gideon F. Raymond. 

Lyme— Charles J. McCurdy, Richard E. Selden,Jr. 
Joshua R. Warren, William Marvin. Zebulon Brock- 
way, Lod'k Bill, Stephen J. Lord, Reuben Lord, Oliver 
1. Lay, Richard L. Lord, Charles L. Peck, Samuel I. 
Beckwith, Richard S. Griswold, Samuel S. Warner, 
Marshfield S. Parker, Samuel D. Sill, George H. Chad- 
wick, Daniel Anderson, Matthew Griswold, Samuel C. 
Ely, William B. Tooker, Reuben C. Tinker, Christo- 
pher Stark, Selden J. Warner, Reuben Champion, Jr. 
Marsh E. Anderson, Eli P. Wells, Ebenezer D. Brock- 
way, William Hall. 

Montville — Robert Comstock, Mulford C. Raymond, 
John B. Rogers, William Patten, Gardner Wickwire, 
Alvin G. Smith, John Fitch, Nathan Whiting, John G. 
Fitch, William Whaley, Nicholas G. Bishop, Joshua B. 
Bradford, David Comstock, Prentis Williams, William 
Raymond, James B. Ashcraft. 

Stomngton — George Hubbard, Benjamin Pomeroy, 
William E. Dickinson, Elias Brown, Charles Sabin, 



NEW LONDON COUNTY. 47 

Asa Fish, Benjamin F. Palmer, William W. Rodman, 
Henry Harding, Ephraim Williams, Elias B. Brown, 
Nathan S. Noyes, John Davis, Francis Sheffield, Horace 
A. Hall, Richard A. Wheeler, Charles Davis, William 

C. Moss, Benjamin F. Lang worthy, Oliver York, Elias 
P. Randall, Hiram Shaw," John P. Williams^ Daniel 
Bentley, Noyes P Brown, Gurdon S. Crandall* Benja- 
min F. Stanton, 2d, Amos Gallup, Oliver Burdick, Pitts 

D. Frink. 

Water ford — William Gorton, Nathaniel Chapman, 
Lebbeus W. Gardiner, Jos. Avery, Nathaniel A. Chap- 
man, Rouse B. Browning, Daniel Deshon, Manassah 
Leech, Frederick Prentice, James Beckwith, Daniel W. 
Stanton, Thomas Chester, Giles P. Chapman, Thomas 
L. Fox, David Rogers, 2d, Christopher G. Douglass, 
Isaac Watrous, James Morgan. 



PRACTICING ATTORNEYS. 

John T. Wait, State Attorney. 

New London — Jacob B. Gurley, Ebenezer Learned, 
Nathan Belcher, William C. Crump, Andrew C. Lip- 
pitt, John P. C. Mather, Louis Bristol, Hiram Willey, 
Frederick M. Walker, David A. Wright, Aaron E. 
Stone. 

Norwich — Joseph Williams, James Stedman, George 
Hill, Roswell Morgan, Henry Strong, Samuel C. Mor- 
gan, John A. Rockwell, La Fayette S. Foster, George 
Perkins, John T. Wait, Ebenezer Learned, Jr. James A. 
Hovey, David Young, Edmund Perkins, John T. 
Adams, Oliver P. Wattles, Philo M. Judson, William L. 
Brewer, F. M. Lathrop, Jeremiah Halsey, John D. Park. 

Colchester — Samuel A. Peters, Appleton R. Park. 

Griswold — J. V. Pettis. 

L/ymc — Charles J. McCurdy, Daniel Chad wick. 

Preston — Jeremiah S. Halsey. 

Salem — Levi H. Goddard. 

Stoninglon — Benjamin Pomeroy, George Hubbard; 
(Head of Mystic,) Elias Brown, Charles Sabin. 



48 FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Sheriff— George Bliss, Norwich. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Edward Y. Thomas, Norwich : Na- 
thaniel B. Payn, New London; Lynde L. Huntington, 
Lebanon; John T. Bulkley, Colchester ; Alfred Loomis, 
Salem; A. P. Ely, Lyme; Jehiel Johnson, Bozrah ; 
James C. Albro, Stonington. 

Deputy Jailers — Joshua Hamilton, New London ; 
Francis B. Lee, Norwich. 



FAIRFIELD COMTY. 



COUNTY COURT. 

THOMAS B. OSBORN, Judge. 

George Peck, ) 

Alva Gray, {Commissioners 

Evert Clark, ) 
Thomas Robinson, Norwalk, Clerk. 
F. D. Perry, Southport, Treasurer. 
JUDGES OF PROBATE. 
District of Fairfield — Rufus Blakeman. 
" Bridgeport— Dwight Morris. 

" fieddiiig—Thaddeus M. Abbott. 

u Danbury — Nelson L. White. 

11 Stratford— David Plant. 

11 Weston — Hanford Nichols. 

" Stamford— WUYmm T. Minor. 

" She/ man — Hugh Gilston. 

" Norwalk — Thomas B. Butler. 

** Newtown — Theophilus Nichols. 
u Ridge field — Harvey Smith. 

** Weslport — Eliphalet Smith. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE. 

Bridgeport — Isaac Sherman, Dwight Morris, Stephen 
Hawley, George Sterling, Philo Hurd, Daniel O. Wheel- 



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©r, Roswell S. Nichols, Titus C. Mather, William B. 
Dyer, Alexander Hamilton, Ali Andrews, Ira Peck, 
Henry Dutton, Thomas Hutchings, James C. Loomis, 
Henry T. Huggins, Ira Sherman, Daniel Thatcher, 
James Fitch, Daniel Hatch, Mark Moore, William H. 
Noble, John r rooks. 

Brookjieid — Ebenezer Blackman, Wait L. Northrop, 
Charles Hawley, Daniel Holly, Peter M. Hubbel, John 

F. Bennet, Roswell Parker, Elmore Warner, Benjamin 
Hawley, Bryant Smith. 

Darien — Abram Clock, Holly Bell, Edwatd Scofield, 
Joseph Mather, Ira Scofield, James H. Gorham, Gilbert 

G. Waterbury. 

Danbury— Reuben Booth, Edward Taylor, Nelson 
L. White, David B. Booth, Elnathan S. Hall, Alfred 
A. Burnham, Thomas T. Whittlesey, Daniel Black- 
man, William F. Taylor, Elias S. Sanford, David San- 
ford, Aaron Pearce, Timothy B. Hickock, Allen Shep- 
ard, Matthew K. Gilbert, Hiram Ambler, Stebbins Bax- 
ter, William T. Scofield, Charles Benedict. Ezra B. Ste- 
vens, Orrin Knapp, Eli Hamilton, Reuben Wood, Rus- 
sel Benedict, Henry B. Wildman, Oliver Stone, Lucius 
H. Boughton, Edgar S. Tweedy, Joseph C. Sears, Hen- 
ry O. Judd, John Benedict, C. S. Smith, Charles Dart, 
William Montgomery, Eli T. Hoyt, Nathaniel Selleck, 
Russel White, Allen McDonald. 

Easton — Mallet Seeley, Zenus Johnson, Anson Ben- 
net, Loyd Seeley, Albert Guthrie, John Edwards, Jesse 
Lacy, Walker Sherwood, Ebenezer S. Winton, Ransom 
Lyon, Eli Adams, Bradford Winton, Edward Hill, 
Walker Lyon, Daniel B. Fairweather. 

Fairfield— Thomas B. Osborn, Samuel A. Nickols, S. 
P. V. R. Tenbroek, George Peck, Allen Nichols, Joseph 
Bartrom, Jessup Banks, William H. Bibbins, John S. 
Wilson, Robert Wilson, Daniel Wilson, Levi Lyon, 
Jessup Alvord, Moses A. Sherwood, Jonathan Godfrey, 
Oliver H. Terry, Rufus Blakeman, William Nichols, 
John Burr. 

Greenwich— Ard Reynolds, Joseph Brush, John Sands, 
Seth Lyon, Jonathan Finch, John Banks, Alvin Mead, 
Solomon Mead, Darius Mead, Selah Savage, John Me- 
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kay, William A, Ferris, Jonathan A. Close, Beale B 
Lockwood. Erastus Rundle, Samuel Close, Daniel M. 
Griffin, Titus Mead. 

Huntington — Lemuel Beardslee, Elias A. Hall, Dan- 
iel Bennett, Hanson S. Edwards, David Beecher, Am- 
brose Shelton, Lewis Downs, Samuel Drew, William 
Tomlinson, Daniel A. Nichols, David P. Shelton, Chas. 
C. Tomlinson, Marcus Wheeler, Ebenezer Wakely. 

Monroe — Agur Lewis, Henry Lewis, Asa Hayes, 
Charles B. Clark, Cyrus H. Beardslee, Charles Curtis, 
George P. Curtis, Levi Edwards, James XL Hawley, 
Sturges Bulkley. 

Newtown — Lemuel Beers, David V. B. Baldwin, The- 
ophilus Nichols, Walter Clark, David H. Belden, Amos 
S. Treat, Alexander Hall, David B. Beers, Charles 
Peck, Samuel B. Peck, John Dick, Isaac M: Sturges, Ed- 
ward Starr, Ezekiel Beers, Jacob Beers. 

New Fairfield — John O. Beardsley, Theodore D. Ro- 
gers, Jesse Peck, Horace Hodge, Isaac Knapp, Stephen 
Hopkins, Jabez Treadwell, Henry S. ' Wilson, Enoch 
Knapp, Amzi Rogers, David Barnum, Alva S. Pearce. 

Norwalk — Clark Bissell, Thomas B. Butler, Thomas 
Robinson, Orris S. Ferry, Alfred Mallory, Gould D. 
Jennings, George Seymour, William O. Beard, John A. 
Weed, Stephen Smith, Samuel Richards, George St. 
John, Charles E. Disbrow, Stephen Olmsted, William 
H. Benedict, Harvey Penoyer, George A. Davenport. 

New Canaan — Watts Comstock, Joseph Siiiiman, Da- 
rius St. John, William Watson, Peter Smith, Darius 
Davenport, John B. Lambert, Samuel Raymond. 

Redding — Walker Bates, John Edmonds, George 
Hull, Lemuel Sanford, Charles Beach, Jeremiah Banks, 
Sturges Bennet, Henry B. Fanton, Arza Meeker, Sam- 
uel Adams, Lewis Goodsell, Asher S. Merchant, Asahel 
M. Salmon, Thomas M. Abbott. 

Ridgefield— Harvey Smith, Thaddeus Keeler2d, He- 
zekiah Scott, Matthew Seymour, Benjamin D. Norris, 
Smith Keeler, Alvin Jennings, Samuel S. Olmsted, Kee- 
ler Dauchey, William M. Lynes, Lewis Sherwood, 
Thomas St. John, Abijah Ressequie. 

Stamford — Charles Hawley, Joshua B. Ferris, Wil- 



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51 



liam T. Minor, Theodore Davenport, John W. Leeds 
Sands Adams, Nehemiah Hoyt, Andrew Perry, Charles 
Brown, John R. Leeds, Smith R. Sibley, Joseph D. War- 
ren, William H. Holly, Selleck Scofield, Abishai Weed, 
Heth Stephens, Stephen B. Provost, James H. Mi- 
nor, Seth Classon, Nathaniel D. Haight. 

Sherman — Frederick Edwards, William Pickett, Mor- 
ris Barnes, James N. Page, John O. Northrop, Willis 
Sherwood, Henry L. Stewart, Horace Hungerford, Am- 
mi Giddings, Reville Fuller, Levi Leach. 

Stratford — John Golding, Isaac P. Booth, Major A, 
Brooks, Charles Edmond, Judson Curtis, David Plant, 
Isaac J. Booth, Hamilton Burton, David P. JiicJson, 
Streat Blakeman, Josiah Gorham, Elias Wells, Levi Cur- 
tis, Jr., Isaac Wells, Elijah Curtis, Lewis H. Russell. 

Trumbull — Elijah Middlebrook, Samuel Beardsley, 
Samuel Lyon, Hezekiah S. Nichols, Plumb N Fairchild, 
David Hawley, Birdsey B. Plumb, David Beach, Alii 
Brinsmade, Lewzon W. Clark, Isaac P. Wheeler, Dan- 
iel S. Brinsmade. 

Wilton — Charles Marvin, Samuel Scott, Sherman 
Cole, James F. Chapman, Nathan Comstock, Lock- 
wood K. Ferris, Isaac M. Sturges, Jehial Grumman, 
Abijah Betts, Giles Gregory. 

Westporl — Eliphalet Swift, Alva Gray, Hezekiah Al- 
len, Samuel W. Chamberlin, Zalmon Sanford, Charles 
W. Taylor, William H. Richards, Daniel Burr, Ebene- 
zer Beers. Josiah Raymond, Gould Jelliff, Hezekiah M. 
Coley, John S. Hyde. 

Weston— Hanford Nichols, Oliver C. Sanford, Wil- 
liam Noyes, David Patchin, Levi Cooley, Matthew 
Bulkley, Samuel Rowland, Charles Rowland. 



PRACTICING ATTORNEYS* 

Joshua B; Ferris, Stamford, Stale Attorney. 

Fairfield — Thomas B. Osborn, (Southport.) 
Danbury— Reuben Booth, Nelson L. Wiiite, Al- 



62 WINDHAM COUNTY. 

frfd A. Burnham, Edward Taylor, William F. Taylor, 
David B. Booth, Daniel Blackman. 

Bridgeport — Mark Moore, William H. Noble, James 
C. Loomis, Dwight T. Morris, Henry T. Huggins, Sid- 
ney B. Beardslee. 

Brookfield — Bryant Smith, Ebenezer Blackman. 

Monroe — Cyrus H. Beardslee. 

Newtown — Samuel C. Blackman, David B. Beers, 
Amos S. Treat, David B. Belden, Isaac M. Sturges. 

Nonvalk — Thomas B. Butler, Thomas Robinson, Jo- 
siah W. Contee. O. S. Ferry, Geo. A. Davenport. 

Stam'ord— Charles Hawley, Joshua B. Ferris, Wil- 
liam T. Minor. 

Westport — Eliphalet Swift, S. W. Chamberlain, 
— Rogers. 

New Canaan— John B. Lambert. 



Sheriff — Charles Isaacs, of Norwalk. 
Deputy Sheriffs — David D. Wildman, Danbury ; Le- 
vi Clark, Norwalk; Hezekiah Puckley, Fairfield; Al- 
bert Seeley, Stamford; Pliilo W. Jones, Westport; 
Isaac H. Whiting, Bridgeport; Horace Fanton, Wes- 
ton; Alanson Lyon, Redding; William Lee, R'dgefield ; 
John Warner, Newtown; Joseph Tomlinson, Hunting- 
ton. 

Deputy Jailors — William H. Banks, Danbury- 
Hezekiah Buckley, Fairfield. 

WODHAM COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

THOMAS BACKUS, Judge. 



Philip Pearl, . ) 
Hiram Holt, > 
Isaac Knight, ) 



Commissioners, 



Thomas Gray, Clerk. 

Uriel Fuller, Assistant Clerk. 

Edwin Newbury, Brooklyn, Treasurer, 



WrNDHAM COUNTY. 53 

JUDGES OF PROBATE. 

District of Brooklyn — Edward Fogg. 
" Ashford—E\is\m Byles. 

Canterbury — Solomon Payne. 
" Hrmplon — Philip Pearl. 

" Killingly — Thomas Backus, 

11 Plain/ield—'Dav'\d Gallup. 

11 Pom/ret — Job Williams. 

,l Thompson — Jonathan Nichols. 

VolvMtown— Harvey Campbell. 
" Windham — Calvin Hebard. 

" Woodstock — Daniel Lyman. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE. 

Brooklyn — Jonathan A. Welch, Uriel Fuller, Daniel 
P. Tyler, Ammi Bolles, Samuel Cady, Nathan Witter 
Jr., Paris Dyer, James Brown, Caleb D. Williams. 

Ash ford — Daniel Knowlton, Michael Richmond, Eben- 
ezer Chaffee, Benjamin C. Simmons, Jared D. Rich- 
mond. Reuben Marcy, Horace Gaylord, Moses White, 
Eliphaz B. Hibbard, William D. Carpenter, Asher 
Knowlton. 

Canterbury — Ebenezer Sanger, Nathan Allen, Walter 
Williams, Samuel L. Hough, John Kendall, Rufus 
Waldo, John Witter, Obadiah H. Butts, Daniel H. 
Bond, Isaac Knight, Hubbard Adams, Isaac P. Robin- 
son, Thomas Clark, Roswell Ens worth, Comfort S. 
Hyde. 

Eastford — Henry Work, Calvin Whitney, John B. 
Adams, James Lyon, Uriah B. Carpenter, Fider 
Watkins, John W. Trowbridge, Earl C. Preston, Jo- 
seph B. Latham, Zuinglius Bullard, Elisha Carpenter. 

Chaplin — Darius Knight, Joseph Foster, James R, 
Utley, David A. Griggs, Joseph Moseley, Porter B, 
Peck, Erastus Rindge, Charles H. Lyon, Ephraim H. 
Day, Francis P. Clark, John S. Ross, Alvin Moulton, 
William Hunt. 

Hampton— Philip Pearl, Mason Cleveland, Royal 
Copeland, Newton Clark, Josiah C. Jackson, Dyer 
Hughes, Jr., Asa Burnham, Isaac Clark, Wolcott Cary, 



54 WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Alfred Hammond, Henry G. Taintor, Festus Burnham, 
Harvey Fuller, Jesse Burnham, Lester Holt, William 
Clark, Patrick H. Pearl. 

Killingly — Thomas Backus, Arba Covill, David 
Chase, William Alexander, George Warren, Justin 
Hammond, Nathan Wood, Abial Converse, George 
Pray, Henry Hutchins, Fenner H. Peckham, Elisha 
Danielson, Norris G. Lippett, Mo wry Amesbmy, 
Leavens Jenckes, Hasael Peckham, Erastus Short, Seth 
Babbitt, Israel Simmons, Samuel Sprague, Henry 
Sparks. 

Plainfield — Jonathan Goff, Amos Witter, Joseph S. 
Gladding, Joseph Hutchins, William H. Cogswell. 
Erastus Lester, William Dyer, Elkanah C. Eaton, Wil- 
liam Shepherd, Ebenezer Case, Nathan P. Sessions, 
Mo wry Burgess, Andrew C. Lester, Elijah Curtis, Ira 
Hyde, Cyrus Titus. 

Pom fret — Job Williams, William Field, George S. 
Ingalls, Orrin Sumner, Marvin White, George H. Per- 
rln, Winthrop O. Green, Charles S. Grosvenor, Charles 
Osgood, John K. Holbrook, Alanson Peck, Horace 
Sabin. 

Sterling— John Gallup, Obed Perkins, John Briggs, 
Samuel S. Dow, John P. Kasson, Ira Freeman, William 
Crary, Jeremiah S. Fuller, John Dickson. 

Thompson — Jonathan Nichols, Simon Davis, William 
Fisher, Stephen Shumway, Talcott Crosby, Edward Al- 
drich, James Johnson, Thomas E. Graves, George T, 
Upham, John I. Green, Silas N. Aldrich, Henry W. 
Hough, Horace Seamans. 

Voluntown — Harvey Campbell, Elisha Potter, Wil- 
liam C. Staunton, John" E Lindley, Benjamin W. Palmer, 
John Bitgood, Henry Wylie, Thaddeus C. Gordon, 
Benjamin Gallup, Jr., Benjamin Gallup, 2d. 

Windham— Calvin Hibbard, Thomas Gray, Stowell 
Lincoln, George S, Catlin, Edwards Clark, Zephaniah 
Palmer, William L. Weaver, Luther Burnham, Horace 
Hall, Joel R. Arnold, John Palmer, William C. Boone, 
Jeptha Geer, William P. Gates, Erastus Fitch, Harvey 
Winchester, Lucius Hibbard, Jerod Wilson, Abner Fol- 
iett, William A. Bennett, Gurdon Hibbard, William K. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 55 

Otis, Chester A. Woodworth, John W. Robbins, 
Charles Lyon, Nathan Bass, Simon Fuller, James Bur- 
nett, Erastus Follett, Arunah C. Ting-ley, Jairus Smith, 
Jason Saflord. 

Woodstock — Ebenezer Stoddard, John F. Williams, 
Danforth Child, Daniel Lyman, William Chamberlin, 
Ezra Child, Eleazer Corbin, Hezekiah Bishop, Rufus S. 
Mathewson, George S. F. Stoddard, John Child, Abial 
May, Leonard M. Dean, William Lester, Otis Hiscox, 
Charles I. Harris, George Smith, John Chamberlin, John 
McClellan, Jr., William R. Arnold, Charles Child, Jeth- 
niel Perrin, Charles Stoddard. 



PRACTICING ATTORNEYS. 

Jonathan A. Welch, Brooklyn, State Attorney. 

Brooklyn — Jonathan A. Welch, Daniel P. Tyler, Uri- 
el Fuller.' 

Windham — Samuel Perkins, John Baldwin, Calvin 
Hibbard, Thomas Gray, Edward Clark, George S. Cat- 
lin, Joel R. Arnold. 

Ashford, — Jared D. Richmond; Elisha Carpenter, 
(Eastford.) 

Chaplin — Martin. 

Hampton — Chauncey F. Cleveland. 

Killingly — Thomas Backus, Abiel Converse, William 
H. Pray. 

Plainfield — Joseph Eaton, William Dyer, J. J. Pen- 
rose. 

Eastford — Elisha Carpenter. 

Pomfret — John Holbrook. 

Thompson— George Lamed, Simon Davis, Thomas 
E. Graves, Frederick A. Hovpy. 

Woodstock — John McClellan, Ebenezer Stoddard, 
John F. Williams, G. S. F. Stoddard, Judson M. Lyon. 
Sheriff — Septimus Davison, Brooklyn. 

Deputy Sheriffs— John S. Dean, Ashford ; David 
Greenslit, Hampton ; Benjamin F. Hu f chins, Thomp- 
son ; Chester Hunt, Windham; Paraclete Skinner, 
Woodstock, Seth M. Cady, Killingly; George C. Cady, 
Plainfield. 

Deputy Jailor — John S. Searles. 



56 LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

MTCHFIEUD COUNTY. 



COUNTY COURT. 

HOLBROOK CURTIS, Judge. 
Hiram Goodwin, ) 

Joseph J. Gaylord, > Commissioners. 
Dunning Babbitt, j 
Gideon H. Holister, Clerk Superior and County Courts. 
Frederick D. Beeman, Assistant Clerk. 
Charles L. Webb, Treasurer. 

JUDGES OF PROBATE. 

District of Litchfield — Charles Adams. 
H Barkhamsted — Hiram Goodwin. 

" Canaan — William G. Pierce, 

Jl Cornwall — Philo Kellogg". 

" Harwinton — Lewis Smith. 

u Kent — Johnson C. Hatch. 

" New Hartford— Roger H. Mills, 

" New Milford— David C. Sanford. 

11 Norfolk — Darius Phelps. 

Roxbury — Aaron W. Fenn. 
Plymouth — Henry B. Graves. 
" Salisbury — John G. Mitchell. 

" Sharon — Charles F. Sedgwick. 

" Torrington — George D. Wad hams. 

" Washington — Daniel B. Brinsmade. 

Water town — Holbrook Curtiss. 
Winchester — William H. Rood. 
11 Woodbury— Thomas Bull. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Juitchfield — Seth P Beers, Samuel Church, Ozias 
Lewis, Ori^en S. Seymour, Charles L. Webb, Samuel 
P. Bolles, George C. Woodruff, Hugh P. Welch, Ralph 
G. Camp, Francis Bacon, Frederick Buel, Stephen 
Trowbridge, Samuel G. B ram an, Gideon H, HolUster, 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 57 

Cyrus Catlin, Julius Griswold, Frederick W. Plumb, 
Chester C. Goslee, Truman Kilbourn, Edward Cowles, 
John A. Oviatt, Uri Taylor, John Garnsey, Edward 
Hopkins, Frederick D. Beeman, Daniel B. Stoddard, 
Samuel H. Dudley, Norman Hall, Charles Adams, 
Phineas W. Camp, Philip S. Beebe, Walier Coe, Wm. 
Norton, Leonard Pierpont, Isaac B Woodruff. 

Barkhamsted — Lester Loomis, Jesse Ives, Lancelot 
Phelps, George Mi rrell, Hiram Goodwin, Virgil Taylor, 
Merlin Merrill, Edward Camp, Hira Case, Daniel 
Youngs, Henry Lee, Arba Alford, Fitch W. Burwell, 
Alexander P. Cleaveland, SalmonHowd, Ezekiel Hayes. 

Bethlem— Joseph H. Bellamy, Joseph Ambler, Henry 
W. Peck, Joshua Bird, Bennett Warner, Philo H. 
Skidmore, John C. Ambler. 

Canaan — Wm. M. Burrall, Leman Church, George 
O. Catlin, William G. Pierce, Geo. W. Stephens, Eras- 
tus P. Allen, John Elmore, jr., Edmund Belden, Sid- 
ney Ensign, Cornelius Brown, Chauncey Bunce, Russell 
Wilcox, Samuel C. Hosford, Lyman Lawrence, Har- 
vey Lawrence, George W. Peet, Miles T. Granger. 

Corn-wall— Benjamin Sedgwick, George Wheaton, 
Philo Kellogg, Chalker Pratt, Anson Rogers, Jacob 
Scovil, James Wadsworth, Obadiah Bierce, Burritt B. 
Worth, Daniel L.Rogers, H. Milton Hart, Isaac Marsh, 
Phineas Baldwin, Jedediah Cahoon. 

Colebrook — Arthur Howell, Edward Carrington, Peter 
Corbin, Hiram Baldwin, Job Spencer, Abiram Cham- 
berlin, Hiram Sage, Jared B. Foster, Lucius Griswold, 
Wing Persons. 

Goshen — Augustus Miles, Joseph J. Gaylord, Nelson 
Brewster, Mineas Ives, Eber Bailey, Lamont Street, 
Birdsey Baldwin, Acors. W Lawton, Alpha Hart, Obed 
M. Humphrey, Stephen Roberts. 

Harwinlon — Andrew Abernethy, Abijah Catlin, 
Sheldon Osborn, Augustus S. Johnson, Lewis Smith, 
LewisCailin, sen., Sheldon G. Catlin, Samuel S. Catlin, 
Augustus Alfred, Martin Cook, 2d., Moses Beach. 

Kent — Nathaniel P. Perry, Asa Slead, Rufus Fuller, 
jr., John R. Fuller, Miles Camp, Eber S. Peters, Daniel 
M. Benedict, Reuben Eaton, William Judd, Abijah H. 
Beach, 



58 LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

New Hartford — Roger H. Mills, Tertius Wadswortb, 
Hermon Chapin, Freeman Graham, Samuel S. Bates, 
Elijah Merrel I, Riverius Douglass, Wait Garrett, Horace 
Gillett, Edmund Watson, James D, Thorp, Isaac P. 
Steele, Anthony Baker. 

Norfolk — BushnellKnapp, Daniel Hotchkiss, Wilcox 
Phelps, Darius Phelps, Jedediah Phelps, Eden Riggs, 
Isaac Holt, Hiram Mills, George Rockwell, Harry- 
Grant, Francis B. Mills. 

New Mil ford— Lttw'is B. Sherwood, William Rob- 
erts, Cornelius B. Baldwin, Lyman Hine, Dunning 
Babbitt, Levi Morriss, Lyman Smith, Charles H. San- 
ford, Ezra Ferris, Henry Merwin, Edward Hunt, David 

C. Sanford, Samuel D. Orton, Julius B. Harrison, Ezra 
Noble, Henry Jackson, Thomas A. Welton, Horatio 
G. Sperry. 

Plymouth — Heman Welton, Henry B. Graves, Mal- 
comb N. Butler, Elisha Johnson, jr., Hiram Pierce, 
Charles Byington, Anson Beecher, Miles Morse, jr., 
John C. Lewis, Orrin Preston, Wm. J. Judson, David 

D. Warner, Oliver A. G. Todd, Lucius Bradley. 
Roxbury — Aaron W. Fenn, Harvey H. Castle, John 

Leavenworth, Samuel W. Baldwin, Lyman Fenn, James 
Wakelee, Curtis Blakelee, James M. Leavenworth. 

Salisbury — John G. Mitchell, John H. Hubbard, 
Robert N. Fuller, Lot Norton, Horace Landon, Donald 
J. Warner, Roger Averill, Elisha Lee. 

Sharon — Samuel E. Everitt, Ansel Sterling, Israel 
Camp, Charles F, Sedgwick, Richard Smith, Silas A. 
Gray, Samuel Roberts, Benjamin Hollister, Daniel Par- 
sons, James Orr, Andrew Lake, Southard Hitchcock, 
Harry Lockwood, Lewis Peck, Ebin Chaffee. 

Torringlon — Russell C. Abernethy, Griswold Wood- 
ward, Noah Drake, jr., Demas Coe, Roderick Bissell, 
Anson Colt jr., George D. Wadhams, Phineas North, 
Stanley Griswold, Francis N. Holley, Warren Goodwin, 
Willard Hodges, Elisha S. Abernethy. 

Warren — George Starr, George P. Talmadge, Jarvis 
C. Howard, Edwin M^Kellogii:, Truman Guild, Elijah 
Hayes, Henry W. Carter, Manly Peters. 

Washington — Daniel B. Brinsmade, Joel Morehouse, 



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59 



Daniel Burnham, David C. Whittlesey, Frederick Chit- 
tenden, Daniel T. Mitchell, Gregory Seelye, Ithiel Hick- 
ox, Alexander J. Carter. 

Watertown — Holbrook Curtiss, Leman W. Cutler, 
Cyrus B. Manville, Merrit Hemingway, Hinman P. 
Colt, Henry B. Skilton, John H. Nettleton, George F. 
Merriman, Dayton Mattoon, David Mattoon. 

Winchester — Luman Wakefield, John Boyd, Samuel 
Hurlburt, Gideon Hall jr., Samuel W. Coe, Lucius 
Clark, Jonathan Blake, Moses Camp, 2d, Wm. H. 
Rood, Alva Nash, Erastus S. Woodford, Norris Coe, 
Luman Munsell, Theron Bronson, Anson Fosket, Wm. 
F. Hatch, Roland Hitchcock. 

Woodbury— Charles B. Phelps, Thomas Bull, Elijah 
Sherman, Reuben H. Hotchkiss, Wm. Cothren, Samuel 
Miner, Benjamin C. Peck, Leman G. Atwood. 



PRACTICING ATTORNEYS. 

Leman Church, Canaan, State Attorney. 

Litchfield — Truman Smith, Origen S. Seymoun 
George C % Woodruff, Francis Bacon, Gideon H. HoUis - 
ter, Frederick D. Beeman. 

Goshen — Birdseye Baldwin, Nelson Brewster. 

Canaan — Wm. M. Burrall, Leman Church, George 
W. Peet, Miles T. Granger. 

Salisbury — John H. Hubbard, Roger Averill, Donald 
J. Warner. 

Sharon— Ansel Sterling, Charles F. Sedgwick, Rich- 
ard Smith, James Orr, Daniel Parsons. 

Cornwall — George Wheaton. 

Kent— Nathaniel Perry, Rufus Fuller Jr., Henry J. 
Fuller. 

New Milford— David C. Sanford, Samuel D. Orton, 
Daniel B. Wilson, Julius B. Harrisson. 

Washington — Frederick C hittenden. 

Woodbury — Charles B. Phelps, William Cothrew. 

Watertown — Holbrook Curtiss. 

Plymouth — Henry B. Graves, Elisha Johnson, Mal- 
colm N. Butler. 



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MIDDLESEX. COUNTY. 



New Hartford— Roger H. Mills, J. J. Phelps. 

Torrington — Elisha S. Abernethy. 

Winchester — Wm. S. Holabird, Gideon Hall Jr., 
Roland Hitchcock. 

Narfolk— Michael F. Mills. 

Barkhamsted — Hiram Goodwin. 

Sheriff— Albert Sedgwick, Litchfield. 

Deputy Sheriffs— Leverett W. Wessells, Litchfield ; 
John E. Sedgwick, Cornwall; Henry S.Norton Salis- 
bury, WalterS. Cowles, Canaan; John A. Shepard, 
Norfolk; John D. Howe, Winchester; Wilson B. Spiing, 
New Hartford; Newton P. Whittlesey, Plymouth; 
Marcus DeForest, Woodbury ; Walter D. Sperry, 
Washington; Levi S. Knapp, New Milford ; Peter W. 
Mills, Kent. 

Deputy Jailer — Jesse L. Judd. 



MIDDLESEX county. 



COUNTY COURT, 

CHARLES C. TYLER, Judge. 
Linus Parmelee, ) 
Giles Blague, > Commissioners. 
David Evarls, ) 
Elihu Spencer, Middletown, Clerk and Treasurer. 
JUDGES OF PROBATE. 

District of Middletown — Samuel Cooper. 
Chatham — David Cornwall. 
Haddam— Friend Dickinson. 
East Haddam — Moses Culver. 
Saybrook— Selden M. Pratt. 
Killingworth — Leet Hurd. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE, 

Middletown — Samuel Cooper, Linus Coe. Jonathan 
Barnes, Noah A. Phelps, Charles C. Tyler, Horace 
Clark, Henry Paddock, John L. Smith, Thomas G. Ma- 
ther, Lorenzo H. Treat, Seth J. Paddock, Joseph Ed- 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 61 

wards, Daniel J. Griswokl, James O. Smith, Alfred Bai- 
ley, Elisha S. Blubbard, George N. Ward, Joseph Bar- 
rett, Henry D. Smith, Charles Whittlesey, Elihu Spen- 
cer, Henry Carrington, Arnold Watson, Edmund 
Hughes, Edward Savage, Enoch C. Hall, Barzillai 
Sage, Levi Coe, Charles Hubbard, Stephen Miller, Lot 
D. Vansands, Gustavus V. Wilcox, Jabez Hubbard, 
Edwin Scovill, Horace D. Hall. 

Haddam — Samuel Arnold, Smith Clark, Elias Selden, 
George S. Brainerd, Stephen Johnson, Noah P. Burr, 
Orrin Freeman, Albern C. Hubbard, Abraham Brainerd, 
Smith Ventris, Ezekiel S. Clark, Asa Shailor, Theodore 
H. Arnold, Jesse Spencer, Aaron Brainerd, WilliamS . 
Tyler, Samuel R. Brainerd, Chauncey Dickinson, John 
Brainerd, Selden Brainerd, Heber Brainerd, Comfort 
Cone, Simon Hazleton. 

Chester — Joshua L'Hommedieu, Samuel Colt, Socra- 
tes Dennison, Joseph C. Fargo, Ely Warner, Philip S. 
Webb. Nathan C. Peters, Joseph Canfield. 

Clinton— Aaron G. Hurd, Edward Wright, Ely A. 
Elliott, Leet Hurd, Henry Taintor, John Merrells, John 
D. Leffingwell, David Dibble, John R. Farnham. 

Durham — Miles Merwin, Jr., Enos Rogers, John 
White, Samuel G. Tibbals, Asher Robinson, Charles 
Hickox, William Wadsworth, Alfred Camp, Frederick 
T. Elliott, Samuel Newton. 

East Haddam — Ephraim Meach, John C. Palmer, 
Helon Cone, William H. Cone, John S. Wall is, Moses 
Culver, Roswell Davidson, Elijah A. Bingham, Amasa 
Day, Richard Pratt, Nathan Jewett, Jr. Lemuel Dickin- 
son, Isaac Chester, Timothy F. Green, George Gates, 
Joseph U. Holmes, Daniel Peck, Charles F. Sisson, 
William Marsh. 

Killings orth — David Evarts, Philander Stevens, He- 
man S. Franklin, Wyllis D. Kelsey, Alfred Nettleton, 
Truman Harrison, Joseph P. Lane. 

Portland — Erastus Strong, William W. Campbell, 
Alfred Hall, Halsey Hulbert, Edward C. Wetmore, 
Sylvester Stocking, Ralph Pelton, Philip H. Sellew, Hi- 
ram A. Penfleld, John R. Ames, Jeremiah PI. Taylor, 
Franklin Payne, Asher N. Rowley, Moses F. Pelton. 



62 MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Chatham — Linus Parmelee, Huntington Selden, Brad- 
dock Strong, Sophran Usher, Alfred Williams, Amos 
Clark, John Mark ham, Jr., Diodate B. West, Nathaniel 
C. Smith, Elijah Clark, Elijah Clark 2d, Ammial Abell. 

Westbrook — Joseph Spencer, Reuben S.annard, Henry 
M. Stannard, Russel Doane, Silas Post, Horace Bush- 
nell, Oramel B. Wright, Alexander Clarke, William H. 
Lay, David C. Wright. • 

Saybrook — Stephen Chalker, Giles Blague, John L. 
Whittlesey, Samuel M. Tully, Gilbert Pratt, William 
C Bull, John Marvin, James Phelps, David S. Platts, 
Gustavus Pratt, Wiiliam R. Claik, Samuel Ingham, 
Sidney Bushnell. Selden M. Pratt, Josiah Jones, Richard 
P. Williams, George Read, Jabez Southworth, Justus 
Clark, Gurdon Smith, Ezra S. Williams, Calvin B. Ro- 
gers, Henry Hart, James H. Pratt. 



PRACTICING ATTORNEYS. 

Charles Whittlesey, Middletown, State Attorney. 

Middletown— Jonathan Barnes, Charles C. Tyler, 
Thomas G. Mather, Charles W. Whittlesey. 

Chatham — Linus Parmelee. 

East Haddam— John C. Palmer, Nathaniel A. Cow- 
dery. 

Haddam — Smith Clark. 

Portland— Alfred Hall. 

Westbrook — Alexander Clark. 

Saybrook — Samuel Ingham, James Phelps. 

Chester— Nathan C. Peters. 

Sheriff— Charles Arnold, Haddam. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Curtis Bacon, Middletown; Charles 
Stevens, Clinton; Samuel Holmes, East Haddam ; Chas. 
W. Snow, Saybrook; John S. Camp, Durham. 

Deputy Jailor — Joseph W. Norton, Haddam. (Has 
office at Middletown.) 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 63 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

HIRAM RIDER, Judge. 

Ephraim Dimock, J 

Alfred Thresher, / Commissioners. 

Norman Little, ) 

Jeremiah Parish, Clerk of the Courts. 

JUDGES OF PROBATE. 

District of Tolland — Zalmon A. Storrs. 
Ellington — Phineas Takott. 
Hebron — Abner Hendee. 
Mansfield — Zalmon Storrs. 
w Somers — Walter R. Kibbe. 

" Stafford— Augustus Moore. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE. 

Tolland — Loren P. Waldo, Ariel Ladd, Talmon 
Cross, Ebenezer West, Chauncey Griggs, Zalmon A. 
Storrs, Luther C. Anderson, John W. Gager, Sidney 
Stanley. 

Bolton — Sessions Lawson, Amos Wakefield, Samuel 
Ruggles, Elijah Hunt, Elijah A. Watrous, Jacob Ly- 
man, Jr. Judah Strong. 

Columbia — Norman Little. George W. Morgan, John 
S. Yeomans, Sanford Yeomans, William B. Little, Al- 
pheus Kingsley, William Osborn, Samuel F. West, 
Dwight Loomis. 

Coventry — Thomas Clark, Edward G. Huntington, 
Timotny Dimock, Uriah Brigham, Marvin Curtiss, 
Eleazer Hunt, Calvin Daggett, Joseph P. Loomis, Wil- 
liam B. Kingsbury, Cyrus Lyman, John Wright. 

Hebron — Ralph Gilbert, Peyton R. Gilbert, Leonard 
Hendee, Ransford Button, Cyrus Brigham, Israel E. 
Hutchinson, Anson Chappell, Stephen B. Fuller, John 
W. Buell, Epaphroditus Porter, Jared C Kellogg, Ezra 
L. Backus, Roger L. Phelps, Asa A. Latham, Noble E. 
Lord, Gardner Barber, Horace J. Jones. 

Ellington — Benjamin Pinney, John H. Brockway, 



64 TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Oliver W. Steele, Ephraim Dimock, Joel W. Smith, 
John P. Dorman, Horace McKnight, Hazel Whiton, 
Calvin Chapman. 

Somcrs — Walter R. Kibbe, Oliver Chapin, John Phil- 
ips, Jonathan Clark, Amariah Kibbe, Solomon Billings, 
Jr., Frederick L. Wright. 

Mansfield — Zalmon Storrs, Dan Barrows, Philip Bar- 
rows, Needham Slate, Naihan Preston. George T. Clark, 
Nelson Conant, Edmund Freeman, Daniel F. Hibbard, 
Royal Storrs, Eber Dunham, Ira B. Bennett, John W. 
Barrows. 

Stafford — Nathan Bartlett, Zina Winter, Anson 
Speiman, Sidney F. Needham, Alfred Thrasher, Joseph 
D. Browning, Jr , John Orcutt, Calvin Knight, George 
D. Nettleton, Loren Dimock, Elijah Fairman, Harvey 
R. James, Abijah Blodgett, Asa Willey, Alvin P. Hyde, 
Aaron F. Green. 

Union — Augustus Moore, Benjamin Corbin, Ebene- 
zer Lindsey, Harvey Walker, Samuel W. Moore. 
* Vernon — Oliver H. King, Nathaniel O. Kellogg, 
George Kellogg, Thaddeus C. Bruce, Phineas Talcott, 
William T. Cogswell, Alonzo Bailey, Edwin G. Brig- 
ham. 

Wellington — John J. Moulton, Hiram Rider, Robert 
Sharp, Elisha Frink, Rufus Rider, Ariel Eldredge, Wal- 
ter Newcomb, John Albray, Simon Carpenter, Horace 
Bicknell, John Heath. 



PRACTICING ATTORNEYS. 

Loren P. Waldo, Tolland, State Attorney. 

Tolland— Elisha Stearnes, Loren P. Waldo, Charles 
R. Ladd, Z. A. Storrs, Calvin Willey. 

Stafford— A. P. Hyde, Asa Willey. • 

Vomers— Walter R. Kibbe, F. L. Wright. 
Ellington — John H. Brock way, 
VZmon — D. Loomis. 
Hebron — Ralph Gilbert. 
Columbia — A. Clark. 



COMMISSIONERS. 65 

Sheriff— S. L. Griggs, Tolland. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Mansfield, B. P. Swift; Vernon, 
Bela Abbott; Coventry, H. R. Watrous; Hebron, H. 
T. Fuller; Bolton, Luther Talcott; Stafford, L. G. Win- 
ter. 



COMM1SS IO NERS. 

ON TURNPIKES. 

No. 1. Boston. Amon Knowlton, Rufus B. Chamberlin. 

2. Bridgeport. Charles Johnson, Jotham Sherman. 

3. Chatham and Marlborough. Abner G. Bevins, Seidell 

Cook. 

4. Cheshire. Avery C. Babcock, George Cook. 

5. Colchester and Chatham. Joseph C. Hammond, Asher 

N. Rowley. 

6. Center. Edmund Snell, Luther Childs. 

7. Chester and North Killing worth. Horace Redfield, 

Stephen L'Hommedieu. 

8. Colchester and Norwich. John Isbam, Oliver Wood- 

worth. 

9. Columbia. George Little, Stephen B. Fuller. 

10. Connecticut. Joshua B. Penis, Jessup Alvord. 

11. Cornwall and Washington. Discontinued. 

12. Canaan and Litchfield. Charles Hunt, Mineas Ives. 

13. Connecticut and Rhode Island. Joseph Scarborough, 

Norris G. Lippitt. 

14. Danbury and Ridgefield. Isaac H. Seeley, George W. 

Ives. 

16. East Haddam and Colchester. Ely Warner, Samuel 

S. Warner. 

17. East Middle. Teitius D. Potter, William Darrow. 

18. Essex. JaredC. Redfield, Maish E. Anderson. 

19. Farmington River. Asa White, Samuel W. Pine. 

21. Fair Haven, Nehemiah Smith, David Everts. 

22. Goshen and Sharon. Mineas Ives, William L. Clark. 
24. Greenwoods. George HaweSi Hosea H insdale. 

5 



66 COMMISSIONERS. 

25. Groton and Stonington. Amos Clift, Benjamin F. 

Palmer. 

26. Guilford and Durham. Nathan S. Camp, George 

Hart. 

27. Hartford and New London. Henry Williams, Solomon 

Cole. 

28. Hartford and New Haven. Eleazer Warner, Horatio 

Gridley. 

29. Hartford, Tolland, Windham and New London County. 

Leonard Hendee, Samuel West. 

30. Hartford and Tolland. John Chapman, Jr , Eli Pitkin . 
31- Hebron and Middle Haddam. Humphrey T. Fuller, 

Alfred Williams. 
32, Kumphreysville and Salem Bridge. Merritt W. Whee- 
ler, David B. Clark. 

34. Hunvington. Elias A. Hall, Noah Plumb. 

35. Kiii/ngworth. Josiah C. Chittenden, Charles Stevens, 

36. Liuhfield and Cornwall. Obadiah Bierce, John C. 

Berry. 

37. Lixhiield and Harwinton. Jonathan Rossiter, Charles 

S. Bucll. 

38. Litchfield and New Milford. Daniel C. Whittlesey, 

George Noble. 

39. Middlesex. Francis Parsons, Joseph Ellsworth. 

40. Middletown and Berlin. Norman Porter, Elliott Brad- 

ley. 

41. Middletown and Durham. George Rose, Miles Mer- 

win, Jr. 
.42. Middl- town and Meriden. Enos H. Curtis, Brainard 

Montague. 
43. Moh e gan. John P. Huntington, Robert Comstock. 
44 M. n oe and Zoar Bridge. Gould Curtis, Amos Hard. 

46. N( w Milford and Roxbury. Ainasa Lathrop, Matthew 

Logan . 

47. Norwich and Salem. Levi H. Goddard, Nathan Mi- 

nard. 

48. New Haven and Derby. Benjamin Beecher, James 

Fitts. 

49. New Haven and Milfoid. David H. Carr, David 

Miles. 

50. New London and Lyme. Oliver I. Lay, Charles 

Treadway. 



COMMISSIONERS. 



67 



51. New London and Windham County. Jedediah Spald- 
ing, Amos J. Gallup. 
53. New Preston. Ralph Pratt, Jabesh Morehouse. 

55. Norwalk and Danbury. Timothy B. Hickock, William 

H. Taylor. 

56. Norwalk and Newtown. William Beard, Curtis Fan- 

ton. 

58. Oxford. Joshua Kendall, Erastus Osborn, 

59. Providence. Samuel Reynolds, James Brown. 

60. Rimmon Falls. David Candee, Samuel A. Hine. 

61. Salem and Hamburg. Samuel C. Ely, David P. Otis. 

62. Sharon and Cornwall. Enoch P. Peck, Hezekiah C. 

Gregory. 

63. Sympauge. Richard Osborn, Nathaniel Selleck. 

64. Shetucket. Robert A. Williams, Hezekiah L. Morgan. 

66. Siill River. Reuben Cook, Philo L. Bidwell. 

67. Southington and Watcrbury. Liva Barnes, Joel John- 

son. 

68. Sandy Brook. Calvin Sage, Richard A. Doolittle. 

69. Straits. Bevil P. Smith, Samuel H. Nettleton. 

70. Sugar Hollow. Orrin Knapp, Sherman Cole. 

71. Talcott Mountain. Ezekiel Woodford, George Dudley. 

72. Thompson. Caleb Crosby, Joseph Green. 

74. Turlington. Isaac Barnes, Uri Taylor. 

75. Tolland and Mansfield. William Edgerton, Brewster 

P. Swift. 
77- Windham and Coventry. Henry R. Waters, James 

Burrett. 
78. Windham and Mansfield. John Tracy, John J. JVIoul- 

ton. 

80. Windham and Brooklj-n. Nathan Allen, Levi Ross. 

81. Waterbury River. Albert H. Martin, Jonathan Ros- 

siter. 

82. Wolcottville. James C. Cleveland. H. B. Richards. 

83. Weston. Mallett Seeley, Samuel O. See ley. 

84. Wells' Hollow. Sidney A. Downs, Daniel Bennett. 

85. Warren. Ira Prink, Frederick Coleman. 

86. Branch. Isaac Bennett, Henry Lewis. 

87. Monroe and Newtown. Hanson S. Edwards, Joseph 

Tomlinson. 

88. Fairfield County. Lewis C.Seger, William D.Meeker. 



68 COMMISSIONERS. 

89. Hadlyme. Joseph Warner, George Gates. 

90. 2d Chester and North Killingworth. Discontinued. 

92. Sherman nnd Redding. Frederick Edwards, Philo S. 

Wooden. 

93. Hop River. Benjamin Sprague, Chester Clarke. 

94. North Killingworth and North Madison. Friend 

Phelps, Reuben K. Hinckley. 
96. Litchfield and Plymouth. Henry L. Bissell, Chauncey 
L. Dayton. 

COMMISSIONERS ON BRIDGES. 

No. 1. Niantic. Daniel Beckwitch, Guidon C. Hayes. 

2. Hartford. Henry Kilbourn, Miles A. Tuttle, Jesse 

Judson. 

3. Mystic Amos Clift, Isaac Dennison. 

4. Tomlinson. Jesse Knevals, James Thompson, Jr. 

5. Bridgeport. Ira B. Wheeler, Sherwood Sterling, Jo- 

seph Cook. 

6. Washington. Charles H. Pond, Edwards Johnson. 

7. Derby. David W. Plumb, Ebenezer Wakeley. 

8. Zoar. Gould Curtis, Samuel Meigs. 

9. Bennett's. David Bradley, Thomas Blackman. 

10. Hawley's. Philo S. Beers, Lewis Minor. 

11. New Milford. Nathan C. Clark, Carr Hine. 

12. Bull's Falls. George B. Hall, Lewis B. Sherwood. 

13. Pratt's. None appointed. 

14. Norwich and Preston. Erastus P. Miner. Ansel Browrjj 

Tracy Gates. 

15. Fuller's. George B. Hall, Lewis B. Sherwood. 

16. Enfield. Joseph P. Converse, Albert Clark. 

17. Boardman's. Henry Merwin, 2d, Darius Williams. 

18. Gaylord. Herman Merwin, Theodore Buck. 

19. East Bridgeport. Thomas C. Warden, Charles Poot. 

COMMISSIONERS ON FERRIES. 

No. 1. New London. John Hudson, John Dennis. 

2. Gales'. Ralph Hurlbut, 2d, Robert Comstock. 

3. Chapman's. Timothy F. Green, William Tyler. 

4. Warner's. William Spencer, William Mdler. 

5. Higganum. Chauncey Childs, John Brainard. . 

6. East Haddam. William J. Morgan, David Russell. 



COMMISSIONERS. 69 

7. Middle Haddam. Huntington Selden, Roswell Reed. 

8. Essex, Marsh E. Anderson, Selden M. Pratt. 

9. Rocky Hill. Theodore B. Rogers, James Killam. 
10. Pratt's. John G. Mix, Ellery Hills. 

12. East Windsor. Lemuel Stoughton, Samuel A. Welch. 
1.3. Warehouse Point. William Barnes, Freeman N. 
Brown. 

14. Enfield Erastus Olmsted, David Bement. 

15. Saybrook. Lorenzo RedhVId, Enoch Noyes. 

16. Haddam. William B. Dickinson, Diodate Brainard. 
18. Keeney's. John G. Mix, Ellery Hills. 



COMMISSIONERS ON RAILROADS, &C. 

Norwich and Worcester. [Incorporated 1832.] 
Appleton Meech, Erastus Knight, Solomon Payne. 

New York and Stonington. [Incorporated 1832.] 
Russell Wheeler, John F. Trumbull, Jesie D. Noyes. 

New Haven and Hartford, {and Branch.) [Incorpora- 
ted 1833, and 1845.] 
Reuben Booth, John B. Robertson, William Field. 



Housatonic. [Incorporated 1836.] 
Leman Church, Henry Dutton. 

New York and New Haven. [Incorporated 1844.] 
Marcus Merriman, Jr., John Stewart, Jesup Alvord* 



New York and Hartford % [Incorporated 1845.] 



New Britain and Plymouth. [Incorporated 1845.] 



Naugatuck. [Incorporated 1845.] 
Holbrook Curtis, Philo Pratt, David W. Plumb. 



70 COMMISSIONERS- 

New Vork and Boston. [Incorporated 1846.] 

Thomas W. Williams, Samuel Ingham, Hermanus IVL 

Welch, 



New Haven and Northampton Canal Railroad. [Incor- 
' porated 1846.] 

Henry D. Smith, Henry Peck, Ira Hadsell. 



Fairfield County Railroad. [Incorporated 1846.] 
Harvey Smith, Samuel P. Randall, Asa Hill. 

New London, Willimanlic and Springfield. [Incorpo- 
rated 1847] 
Thomas Backus, Mason Cleveland, James Brewster. 



Farmington Canal. [Incorporated 1822.] 

Wyllys Hemming way, Thomas G. Holcomb, Francis 

Woodford. 



Union Company. [Incorporated 1800.] 
Jeremiah Brown, Henry Barnard, Jesse Goodrich. 



Retreat for the Insane. 
Roger S. Baldwin, Isaac Toucey. 



COMMISSIONERS, 

Appointed to take acknowledgments of Deeds, fyc; out of 
this State, made by His Excellency ', Clark Bissell. 

Gardner Green Hubbard, Boston. 
Lucien Bi'dsey, Albany, N. Y. 
Frederick G. Burnham, New York. 
Charles L. C. Giffbrd, Newark, N. J. 
George. S. Seymour, Chicago, 111. 
Alfred Cowles, Chicago, 111. 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 71 

Ephraim S. Seymour, Galena, 111. 
Samuel W. Lowry, New York City. 
Joseph L. Chester, Philadelphia, Perm. 
William C. Prime, New York. 
Abner R. Pomeroy, New York. 

Term of office of the preceding, expires 20lh June, 1848. 
Term of office five years. 

Horace Smith, Schuylkill Haven, Penn. 

Joseph B. Nones, New York City, July 20, 1817 

Abner R. Pomeroy, New York City, July 14, 1847. 
. Henry A. Clark, Chicago, 111. July 16, 1847. / 

Oliver G. Fessenden, Portland, Me., July 29, 1847. 

John H. Watson, St. Louis, Mo., July 16, 1847. 

Joseph T. Mills, New York City. 

George P. Briggs, Chicago, 111. 

Phineas L. Miner, New- York, Sept. 28, 1847. 

E. C. Larned, Chicago, II!., Oct. 5, 1847. 

George G. Sickles, New York City, Aug. 30, 1847. 

William S. Scarborough, Cincinnati, O. Sept. 23, 1847. 

JefFerson F.Jackson, Montgomery, Ala. 

Isaac Atwater, New York City, Oct. 16, 1847. 

William M. Fulton, Richmond, Va., Oct. 8, 1847. 

George S. Bryan, Charleston, S. C. 

J. P. Harris, Utica, New York, Oct. 7, 1847. 

Powers L. Green, Little Falls, N. Y. Oct. 14, 1847. 

LT)ren Wood, New York City, N. Y., Oct. 5. 

Oliver H. Perry, New Orleans, La. Oct. 5. 

James Biney, Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. 8. 

S. M. H. Butler, Galveston, Texas, Oct. 16. 

David Reid, Macon, Ga., Oct. 23. 

Charles A. Davison, New York City, Nov. 12. 

N. Bradner Smith, New Orleans, La. 



CONGRESSIONAL, DISTRICTS. 

District No. 1. Hartford and Tolland Counties, 
" " 2. New Haven and Middlesex, do. 

11 u 3. New London and Windham, do. 

" " 4. Fairfield and Litchfield, do. 



72 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS'. 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 



District No. 1. Consists of the towns of Hartford, 
Wethersfield, Berlin, Southington and Rocky Hill. 

2. Enfield, Suffield, East Windsor, East Hartford, 
Glastenbury, Marlborough, Manchester, and South 
Windsor. 

3. Hartland, Granby, Simsbury, Windsor* Canton, 
Farmington, Bristol, Burlington, Avon and Bloomfield. 

4. New Haven, Hamden and Woodbridge. 

5. Derby, Oxford, Southbury, Middlebury, Water- 
bury, Milford, Bethany, Orange, Wolcott, and Nauga- 
tuck. 

6. East Haven, Cheshire, Meriden, Wallingford, 
Branford, Guilford, Madison, North Branford, North 
Haven, and Prospect. 

7. New London, Groton, Ledyard, Stonington, and 
Waterford. 

8. Norwich, North Stonington, Preston, Griswold, 
Lisbon, and Franklin, 

9. Lyme, Colchester, Lebanon, Montville, Salem, 
Bozrah, and East Lyme. 

10. Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, Huntington, Wes- 
ton, Trumbull, Monroe and Westport. 

11. Danbury, Ridgefield, Redding, Brookfield, New- 
town, New Fairfield and Sherman. 

12. Norwalk, Darien, Stamford, Greenwich, New Ca- 
naan, and Wilton. 

13. Brooklyn, Canterbury, Hampton, Plainfield, Ster- 
ling, Voluntown, Windham and Chaplin. 

14. Ash ford, Killingly, Pomfret, Thompson, and 
Woodstock. 

15. Litchfield, Harwinton, New Hartford, Torring- 
ton, Winchester, Barkhamsted, and Colebrook. 

16. New Milford, Warren, Washington, Roxbury, 
Bethlem, Woodbury, Watertown, and Plymouth. 

17. Salisbury, Canaan, Norfolk, Sharon, Cornwall, 
Goshen and Kent. 

18. Middletown, Durham, Chatham and Portland. 

19. Haddam, East Haddam, Killingworth, Saybrook, 
Chester, Westbrook and Clinton. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



73 



20. Tolland, Ellington, Somers, Stafford, Union, and 
Willing ton. 

21. Bolton, Coventry, Columbia, Mansfield, Hebron, 
and Vernon. 

NOTARIES PUBLIC APPOINTED BY HI§ 
EXCELLENCY GOV. BISSELL. 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford — James H. Holcomb, Austin Kilbourn, 
Erastus Smith, Charles L. Porter, William D. Ely. 
Avon — Alfred Kellogg. 
Bloomfield— Hiram Thrall. 
Canton — Moses S. Dyer. 
Granby — Joseph Cornish, Joshua I£. Jewett. 
East Windsor — Homer D. Allen. 
Rocky Hill — James T. Pratt. 
Wethersfield — Archibald Welch. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

New Haven — William B. Bristol, John C. Hollister, 
Richard Fitzgerald, Lucius G. Peck, Wm. H. Ellis. 

Guilford — Edward R. Landon, Ralph D. Smith. 

Madison- -Jesse Crampton. 

Meriden — Benajah Andrews, Phinehas Potter, John 
A.Butler. 

Milford— William Strong, Anon Clark, Selah Strong. 

North Branford — Anson Baldwin. 

Waterbury — Solomon B. Minor. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London— Louis Bristol, Hiram Willey, E. F. 
Dutton, John Dickinson, William C. Crump, Jo'seph C. 
Douglass. 

Norwich — George Perkins, George Hill, Ebenezer 
Learned, Jr., James Stedman, Thomas Robinson, John 
Perkins, David Young, Gerard Carpenter, Lyman 
Brewer, 



74 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



Colchester — David B. Carroll. 

East Lyme — John P. Otis, George T. Adams, Wra, 
H. Smith, James Fitch. 

Franklin — Ashbel Woodward. 

Led yard — William Morgan, Jesse Bedent, Samuel 
W. Wood. 

Lisbon — Henry R. Robbins, John Grant. 

Montville — Nicholas Latimer. 

Preston- — Jeremiah Halsey, Irus Witter, Albert H. 
Davis. 

Salem — Enoch Tread way. 

Stonington — Francis Amy, Wm. P. Amy, George 
Hubbard, Asa Fish, George W. Noyes, 2d, Elisha 
Faxon, Jr., Francis Sheffield, Gurdon Trumbull. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. /- 

Fairfield — John Gould. 

Danbury — David B. Booth, Aaron Seeley, Elias S. 
Sanfoid. 

Bridgeport — Isaac Sherman, Philo Hurd, Thomas 
Lord, Charles Foote. 

Norwalk— William E. Bissell, Thomas Warner, Jr. 
Josiah B. Carter. 

Ridgefield - Nathan Smith. 

Southport — Wyllys Atwater. 

Stamford— William H. Holly, Samuel K. Satterlee, 
James H Minor. 

Westport — John W. Taylor. 

Wilton — Samuel Belden. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn — Charles White, Gurdon Robinson, Adams 
White. 

Ashford — Horace Gaylord. 

Chaplin — Appleton M. Griggs. 

Pom fret — George Matthewson. 

Plain field — John S. French, Prosper A. Hutchinson. 

Thompson — Joseph B. Gay, Simon Davis. 

Windham — James H. Corrin, Samuel Bingham. 



comptroller's report. 75 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY- 

Canaan— R. Minott. S. Pease. 

(Society Canaan) — George W. Peet. 

Simsbury — Samuel H. Woodruff, Richard Bacon. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown — Charles Whittlesey, Dennis Sage. 
East Haddam— Timothy T. Green, Timothy Holmes. 
Saybrook — Edward W. Pratt, Giles Blague. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland — Jonathan fe. Flynt. 

Coventry — John W. Boynton, Ralzamon Belknap. 

Hebron — Lucius J. Hendee, Leonard Hendee. 

f^T For Notaries appointed by Ex Gov. Toucey, see 

the Register, 1847. 



COMPTROLLER S REPORT. 

State of Connecticut, ss. > 

Office of Secretary of State, July 1st, 1847. ) 
The following extracts from the Report of the Comp- 
troller of Public Accounts, exhibited to the General As- 
sembly at their late session, comprise such parts of said 
report as are by law required to be published in the seve-» 
ral newspapers in this State, by the Secretary of State. 
JOHN B. ROBERTSON, 

Secretary of State. 
The State of Connecticut in General Account of Receipts 
and Expenditures of Funds appropriated for current 
expenses of Government. Dr. 

For amount of payments from the Treasury from 31st of 
March, 1846, to 1st of April, 1847, for current expenses 
of government, under the following heads, viz : 
Debenture and contingent expenses of General Assem- 
bly, 933,849 70 
Account of salaries, executive and judicial, 12,596 50 
Contingent expenses of government, 15,934 20 
Judicial expenses of do. 34,761 34 
Expense of supporting State paupers, 1,500 00 



76 comptroller's report. 

Salary of Directors of the State Prison, 300 00 
Expense of superintending Common Schools, 528 35 
Expense of managing the School Fund, 432 55 
Account of Public Buildings and Institu- 
tions, 12,111 75 
Advances made to Quarter Master General, 604 96 

$102,619 35 

March 31, 1847. For payments made by 
the Treasurer from 3 1st March, 1846, to 
1st April, 1847, in addition to payments 
on Comptroller's orders, as per Auditors' 
report, viz : 

For amount paid Phoenix Bank on ex- 
change of stock to equalize the time of 
payment of the September dividend on 
166 shares, with the rest of the stock 
owned by the State, $176 00 

For amount paid Phoenix Bank on ex- 
change as above of 34 shares of stock, 42 50 

For amount paid do. on exchange as 

above of 66 shares of stock, 127 60 

For do. do. for subscription for 330 shares 

of stock, 33,000 00 

For amount paid Hartford Bank for sub- 
scription for 166 shares of stock, 16,600 00 

For do. for abatements on State Tax, List 

of 1845, and for collecting fees and travel, 6,809 23 

$159,374 68 
For amount paid Commissioner of School 
Fund for interest on money borrowed 
of the Fund by the State, during the year 
past, 847 66 

$160,222 34 



Or. 
April 1, 1846. By balance in the Treasu- 
ry this day as per Comptroller's Report 
to the General Assembly of 1846, $14,704 73 



comptroller's report. 77 

By payments into the Treasury from 31st 
March, 1846, to 1st April, 1847, viz : 

From forfeited bond, &c. 1,115 79 

'•' avails of Courts, 1,099 39 

" State Prison, ' 4,000 00 

" licenses to pedlars, &c. 483 95 

From sales of Bank Stock. 
By cash received of sales of 144 shares 

Hartford Bank stock, 16,708 75 

By do. do. 296 shares Phoenix Bank stock, 32,901 00 
By amount of interest on the last two sums 

deposited, 262 13 



From Taxes i 



849,871 88 



By cash received for State Tax of 1 cent on 

the dollar, of list for 1845,— gross am't. 41,437 06 

By cash received for Tax of f of 1 per 
cent on Bank Stock, Insurance, &c. own- 
ed by non-residents, 3,519 05 

By do. do. for Tax due 20th Feb. 1846, of 

the towns of Chester and Hampton, 205 31 



From Dividends on Bank Stock owned by 
the Slate. 

1846. 

May. By dividend on 49 shares Farmers 

and Mechanics Bank stock at 3£ per 

cent. 
June By do. 1,589 Hartford do, at 3| do. 
July. By do. 274 New Haven do. at 4 do. 
July. By do. 593 Middletown do. at 3| do. 
Sept. By do. 1.150 Phoenix do. at 4 do. 
Sept. By (extra) do. 1,553 Hartford do. 

at 4 do. 
Nov. By do. 49 Farmers and Mechanics 

do. at 3^ do. 
Dec. By do. 1,484 Hartford do. at 3| do. 



5,161 42 



171 50 

5,561 50 
2,192 00 
2,075 50 
4,600 00 


3,106 00 


171 30 
5,194 00 



78 SCHOOL FUND. 

847. 

Jan. By do. 593 Middletown do. at 3| do. 2,075 50 

Jan. By do. 274 New Haven do at 4 do. 2,192 00 

March. By do. 1,220 Phoenix" do at 4 do; 4,880 00 



$148,656 €6 



1847, March 31. By amount borrowed of 
Commissioner of the School Fund during 
past year, 11,565 68 



$160,222 34 
Permanent Fund. 
The Permanent Fund of the State, on the 1st day of 
April, 1847, consists of Bank Stock not transferable, — or 
subscriptions to the capital of sundry Banks, which may 
be withdrawn on giving six months' notice — namely : 
Hartford Bank, 1650 shares at $100 $165,000 

Phoenix " 1220 " 100 122,000 

New Haven, " 274 « 200 54,800 

Middletown, " 593 " 100 59,300 

Farmers & Mechanics, 49 « 100 4.900 



3,786 shares. $406,000 



SCHOOL FUND. 

From the last annual Report of the Commissioner, the 
Capital of tJbe School Fund consists of the following 
property, viz : 

Contracts, bonds and mortgages, $1,642,083 22 

Bank stock in this State, 254,700 00 

Cultivated lands and buildings, 74,590 00 

Wild lands in other states, 66,922 71 

Personal estate, 180 00 

Cash in the Treasury for re-investment, 31 579 08 



Total of capital, $2,070,055 01 

The original capital was $1,200,000 






SOCIETIES. 79 

There has been paid out to the Schools from 
the income of the Fund the following 
sums, viz : 

In the first 13 years, under a board of man- 
agers, 456,757 44 

In the next 15 years, under the administra- 
tion of J. Hillhouse, 780,920 24 

In the last 22 years, under the administra- 
tion of S. P. Beers, 2,088,070 50 

Whole amount diyided to Schools, $3,325,748 18 
The amount divided to the Schools in the years 1826-7, 

and 8, was about $72,000 annually. In 1833-4, about 

$80,000. In 1836, about $87,000. In 1839, about $104,- 

000. In 1842, $117,000. In 1846, $119,000. In 1847, 

$125,710. 

In 1826, the dividend was 85 cents to each child — the 

last year it was $1,45. 

There are 215 School Societies in the State, and 1663 

School districts, containing 86,697 children between 4 

and 16 years of age, 



MEDICAL SOCIETY OF CONNECTICUT. 

Annual Convention , May 1847. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY. 

Archibald Welch, M. D., President. 
George Sumner, M. D., Vice President. 
V. M. Dow, M. D., Treasurer. 
Gordon W. Russell, M. D., Secretary. 



STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Committee of Examination — Archibald Welch, ex 
officio, George Sumner, J. G. Beckwith, H. A. Grant, 
Earl Swift, William Witter. 

Committee to nominate Physician to the Retreat for 



80 



SOCIETIES. 



the Insane— Samuel Beach, David S. Dodge, Johnson 
C. Hatch, R. M. Woodruff, purges Bulkley. 

Committee to nominate Professors in the Medical In- 
stitution of Yale College — Ashbel Woodward, E. K. 
Huntj George Blackman, N. B. Ives, G. B. Hawley. 

FELLOWS. 

Hartford County. 

H. A. Grartt, William Scott, Samuel Hart, Samuel B. 
Beresford, Sidney Rockwell. 

New Ra,ven County. 

Eli Ives, G, O. Sumner, C, S. Thompson, D. A. Ty- 
ler, Alvan Talcott. 

New London County. 

Chauncey Burgess, Ashbel Woodward, R. W, Ma- 
thewson, John D. Ford, E. B. Downing. 

Fairfield County. 

Sturges Bulkley, A. L. Williams, H. N. Bennett, 
Stephen Middlebrook, George Dyer. 

Windham County. 

William Witter, Daniel A. Hovey, Daniel E. Hall, 
Hiram Holt, Lorenzo Marcey. 

Litchfield County. 

Benjamin Welch. Jr., Loomis North, Sidney. H. Ly- 
man, David E. Bostwick, A. M. Huxley. 

Middlesex County. 

Elisha B. Nye, Asa H. King, William H. Tre- 
m aine. 

Tolland County. 

John H. Manning, William N. Clarke, Alden Skin- 
ner. 



I 



SOCIETIES. 81 

ABSTRACT OF THE TREASURER'S REPORT. 

Due from Clerks, supposed to be good, $993 43 

Due to the Treasurer, 24 47 

Outstanding Debentures, 416 75 

Average Abatements, 13 per cent. 129 14 

Commission on collections, 43 22 613 58 



Balance in favor of the Society, $379 85 
The Committee on candidates for the gratuitous course 
of Lectures, reported that the following gentlemen were 
recommended by the several counties. 

Hartford County f George S. Green. 

Neiv Flaven " William L. Bliss. 

New London " Benjamin F. Bradford. 

Fairfield " Munson A. Shepard. 

Windham u Eleazer F. Kies. 

Litchfield " Marcus DeForest, Jr. 

Middlesex ll Samuel H. Catlin. 

Tolland " Melancthon Storrs. 

OFFICERS CHOSEN FOR THE YEAR ENSUING. 
ARCHIBALD WELCH, M. D, President. 
GEORGE SUMNER, M. D., V. President. 
V. M. Dow, m. d., Treas. ; G. W. Russell, m. d., Sec'y. 
The Committee on Honorary Degrees, &c, reported, 
and the Convention recommended the following gentle- 
men to the President and Fellows of Yale College, as 
candidates for the Honorary Degree of Doctor in Medi- 
cine, viz: Daniel A. Hovey, of Killingly; Joel Can- 
field, of Guilford, and Orrin C. White, of Hebron. 

Dissertator for the next Convention, B. Fordyce Bar- 
ker, M. D, of Norwich. 

ORDINARY MEMBERS. 
The names of those Members who are exempt from tax- 
ation by age, are in italics ; the names of those who 
have been Presidents of the Society, are in small capi- 
tals. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 
Benjamin Rogers, M. D., Chairman. 
E. K. Hunt, M. D., Clerk. 
Hartford, Silas Fuller, George Sumner, David S. 
6 



82 SOCIETIES. 

Dodge, Henry Holmes, Samuel B. Beresford, George B. 
Hawley, Gurdon W. Russell, David Crary, P. W. 
Ellsworth, Benjamin Rogers, E. K. Hunt, John S. But- 
ler, H. A. Grant, William J. Barry, (deceased,) H. C. 
Preston. 

West Hartford, Edward Brace. 

Avon, Alfred Kellogg. 

Berlin, Horatio Gridley, Sylvester Bulkley, E. Bran- 
degee, Jr. 

New Britain, Samuel Hart, Lucius Woodruff, E. D. 
Babcock. 

Bloomfield, John F. Wells. 

Bristol, Jared W. Pardee, Joseph W. Camp. 

Burlington William Elton, 2d, Jeremiah Burwell. 

Canton, Benadam Kasson, Thomas G. Hazen. 

Collinsville, Samuel W. Brown, Russell H. Tiffany. 

East Hartford, Eli Hall. Seth L. Chiid. 

East Windsor, Elijah F. Reed,* Horace C. Gillette, 

Scantick, Hiram Watson. 

Broad Brook, Marcus L. Fisk. 

Warehouse Point, Joseph Olmsted. 

Enfield, J. P. Converse, A. L. Spalding. 

Farmington, Asahel Thompson, E. W. Carrington, 
Chauncey Brown. 

Plainville, G. A. Moody. 

Glastenbury, Ralph Carter. 

South Glastenbury, Roswell Hawley, Luman J. An- 
drus. 

Eastbury, Sabin Stocking. 

Granby, Jairus Case. Joseph F. Jewctt. 

North Granby, Josiah C Banning. 

East Granby, Chester Hamlin. 

West Granby, Justus D. Wilcox. 

Manchester, William C. Williams, William Scott. 

Rocky Hill, Ashbel W. Barrows. 

Simsbury, Roderick A. White. 

Tariffville, George W. Sanford, Charles W. Ensign. 

Southington, Julius S. Barnes, Frederick A. Hart. 

South Windsor, S dney Rockwell. 

Suffield, Asaph L. Bissell, Samuel B. Low, Aretus 
Rising. [deceased.] 



SOCIETIES. 83 

Wethersiield, Archibald Welch, E. F. Cook. 
Windsor, William S. Pierson, Theodore Sill, Graham 
Lee. 

Windsor Locks, Samuel W. Skinner. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

Lyman Parker, M. D., Chairman. 
D. L. Daggett, M. D., Clerk. 

New Haven, John Skinner, Eli Ives, T. P. Beers, 
Jonathan Knight, Samuel Punderson, V. M. Dow, A. 
S. Monson, Charles Hooker, H. B. Porter, Nathan B. 
Ives, E. H. Bishop, D. H. Moore, E. D. North, J. A. 
Totten, P. T. Miller, L. A. Thomas, Levi Ives, Pliny 
A. Jewett. J. T. Hotchkiss, L. D. Wilcoxson, D. L. 
Daggett, George O. Sumner, D. A. Tyler, Henry Bron- 
son, David Pritcliard, J. W. Hubbell, R. W. Forbes, E. 
A. Park, N. W. Taylor, Jr., James O'Reilley, T. B. 
Beers, Jr. 

Westville, Samuel Lloyd. 

Fair Haven, C. S. Thompson, J. H. Beecher, W. M. 
White. 

Bethany, Asa C. Woodward. 

Branford, Willoughby L. Lay. 

Cheshire, A. J. Dri^gs, Nehemiah Banks. 

Derby, YV. J. Whiting. 

Ansonia, Samuel P. Church. 

Birmingham, Ambrose Beardsley. 

Humphreysville, Abiram Stoddard, Sheldon C.John- 
son, Joshua Kenda 1, Thomas Stoddard. 

East Haven, Bda Farnham. 

Guilford, Joel Canfield, Elisha Hutchinson, Alvan 
Talcott. 

Madison, Reynold Webb. 

North Madison, George E. Perkins. 

Meriden, Gardiner Barlow. 

West Meriden, B. H Catlin. 

Yalesville, C B. McCarty. 

Middlebury, Jacob Linsl y, W. C. Catlin. 

Milford, Andrew French^ Hull Allen, L. N. Beards- 
ley. 



84 MEDICAL 

Naugatuck, J. D. Mears, Timothy Langdon, 
North Bran ford, Sheldon Beardsley. 
North Haven, Anson Moody, C. B. Foote. 
Oxford, Noah SI one, John Louusbury. 
Southbury, A. B. Burritt. 
South Britain, N. C. Baldwin. 
Wallingford, Lyman Parker, William Atwater. 
Waterbury, Joseph Porter, Daniel Porter, Jr., M. C. 
Leavenworth, G. L. Piatt, W. W. Rodman, A. N. Bell. 
Woodbrid«e, Isaac Goodsell, Andrew Castle. 
Wolcott, Henry Byington. 



NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

Avery Downer, M. D., Chairman. 
Jeremiah King, M. D., Clerk. 

New London, Archibald Mercer, Dyer T. Brainard, 
Nathaniel S. Perkins, James Morgan, Isaac G. Porter, 
William W. Miner, Charles E. Ames, James Rogers, 
Seth Smith. 

Norwich, Richard P. Tracy, Worthington Hooker, 
Chauncey Burgess, Elijah Dyer, Jr., Elisha Phinney, 
Benjamin T. Roath, Jonathan W. Brooks, B. F. Barker, 
Ashbel B. Hale, John D. Ford, Robert A. Manwaring, 
Jeremiah King. 

Bozrah, Samuel Johnson. 

Colchester, Ezekiel W. Parsons, Frederick Morgan, 
James R Dow. 

East Lyme, John L. Smith, Austin F. Perkins. 

Franklin, Ashbel Woodward. 

Griswold, 

Jewett City, Lucius Tyler, Alonzo Fuller. 

Groton, Joseph Durfee. 

Portersville, John O. Miner , Benjamin F. Stoddard, 
Elias F. Coats. 

Lebanon, Joseph Comstock, Eraslus Osgood. Richard 
P. Green. 

Ledyard. 

Gales' Ferry, H. H. Loomis, Rufus W.Mathewson. 

Lisbon, Vine Smith, Brewer. 



SOCIETY. 85 

Lyme, Richard Noyes, John Noyes, ShubaelF. Bart- 
lett. 

Hamburgh, John C. M. Brockway. 

Pleasant Valley, Win. W. J. Warren. 

Montville, Ephraim Fellows. 

Uncasville, Jedediah R. Gay, John C. Bolles. 

North Stonington, Thomas P. Wattles, Aivah Gray. 

Preston, Avery Downer, Eleazer B. Downing. 

Poquctannock, H. W. Coats. 

Salem, John P. Fuller, Wm. A. Babcock. 

Stonington, William Robertson, William Hyde, Geo. 
E. Palmer, William Hyde, Jr., Cyrus Miner, Edwin 
Bentley. 

Mystic, Mason Manning. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Daniel Comstock, M. D., Chairman. 
Samuel Beach, M. D., Clerk. 

Fairfield, Jeremiah T. Denison, S. P. V. R. Ten- 
Broeck. 

Greenfield, Rufus Blakeman. 

Southport, Justus Sherwood. 

Bridgeport, Samuel Beach, D. H. Nash, William L. 
Watson, Frederick Judson, Kenny, Burritt. 

Brook field, Noah A. Lacey, A. L. Williams. 

Danbury, Daniel Comstock, R, B. Botsford, E. P. 
Bennett. 

Bethel, H. N. Bennett. 

Darien, Warren Per civ al. 

Easton, Lloyd Seely, James Baldwin. 

Huntington, James H. Shelton. 

Monroe, Sturges Bulkley, Salmon H. Hall. 

New Canaan, Samuel S. Noyes. Lewis Richards. 

Newtown, Cyrenius H. Booth, E. Irwin, George Jud- 
son, Thomas Dutton. 

Norwalk, John A. M'Lean, E. Bissell, Ira Gregory. 

Redding, Charles Gorham. 



86 MEDICAL 

Stamford, Chauncey Ayres, N. D. Haight. Robei 
Lock wood. 

Stratford, William T. Shelton, John Goulding. 

Trumbull, Elijah Middlebrook, Stephen Middk 
brook, George Dyer, E, B. Middlebrook. 

Westport, George Blackman, J. Jauncey. 

Wilton, Sylvester Mead. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 

William Witter, M. D., Chairman. 
James B. Whitcomb, M. D., Clerk. 

Brooklyn, James B. Whitcomb, Daniel M. Hal 
William Woodbridge. 

Ashford, John H. Simmons. 

Eastford, Roderick Stebbins. 

Canterbury, Elijah Baldwin, Joseph Palmer. 

Chaplin, Orrin Witter. 

Hampton, Dyer Hughes. 

Killingly, Justin Hammond. 

North Killingly, Fenner H. Peckham. 

South Killingly, Daniel A. Hovey. 

West Killingly, David E. Hail, Samuel Hutchins. 

Plainfield, Morey Burgess, Wm. H. Cogswell, Pro: 
per K. Hutchinson, Wm. H. Campbell. 

Plainfield Central P. O., Elijah Baldwin, Jr. 

Pomfret, Hiram Holt, Lewis Williams. 

Sterling, Nathan S. Pike. 

Wilkinsonville, Henry W. Hough. 

Thompson, Samuel Bowen. 

Voluntown, Harvey Campbell. 

Windham, Chester Hunt. 

Willknantic, William Witter, John Hill, Jr. 

Scotland, Calvin B. Bromley. 

Woodstock, North, Asa Witter. 

South Woodstock, Lorenzo Marcey. 

West Woodstock, Eleazer Litchfield, Milton Bradfon 



SOCIETY. 87 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 
A. M. Huxley, M. D., Chairman, 
J. G. Beckwith, M. D., Clerk. 

Litchfield, MVh\. Buel, Samuel Buel, J. G. Beck- 
with, R. M. Woodruff, George Seymour. 

South Farms, Garry H. Miner, David E. Bostwick. 

Northfield, R. S. Woodward. 

Barkhamsted, F. B. Graham. 

Bethlem, Loomis North. 

Bridge water, Horace Judson. 

Canaan, Albert A. Wright, George Adam. 

South Canaan, John A. Gillett. 

Corn wull, Burritt B. North. 

West Cornwall, Samuel W. Gold, John Seovell. 

Colebrook, Gaylord's Bridge, Gamaliel H. St. John. 

Goshen, A. M. Huxley, 

North Gosh< n, Horace K Beach. 

Harwinton, E. J. Woodward. 

Kent, Wells JBeardsley, Johnson C. Hatch, Eliada 
Osborne. 

New Hartford, North, Myron R. Hubbard. 

New Milford, Jehiel Williams, Wm. B. Lacy, George 
O. Taylor. 

Norfolk, Benjamin Welch, Wm. W. Welch, W. 
Cockie. 

Plymouth, Samuel T. Salisbury. 

Plymouth Hollow, Wm. Woodruff. 

Roxbury, Myron Downs. 

Salisbury, O. Plumb, W. E. Bulkley. 

Furnace Village, Benjamin Welch, Jr. 

Sharon, Ralph Demin^, Chauncey Reed. 

Wolcottville, Erastus Bancroft, O. E. Freeman. 

Warren, Norman Lyman. 

Woodville, Manly Peters. 

Washington, R. M. Fowler, Seth P. Ford. 

New Preston, Sidney H. Lyman, Edward P. Lyman. 

Winchester, James Welch. 

Woodbury, Roswell Aber«ethy, Chas. H Webb, 
Thomas T. Seeley. 

Terryville, Charles Byington. 



88 



MEDICAL SOCIETY. 



MfDDLF.SEX COUNTY. 

Ira Hutchinson, M. D., Chairman. 
Hamilton Brewer, M. D.> Clerk. 

Middletown, Richard Warner, Joseph Barrett, Tho's 
Miner, Charles Woodward, Wm. B. Casey, David 
Harrison, Hamilton Brewer, Franklin Woodruff. 

Chatham, Charles Smith, Francis G. Edgerton, 

Middle Haddam, Albert B. Worthington. 

Chester, Ambrose Pratt. 

Durham, Benjamin F. Fowler. 

East Haddam, Asa M. Holt Datus Williams, Elisha 
B.Nye 

Haddam, Ira Hutchinson. 

Higganum, Wm. H. Tremaine. 

Killingworth, Rufus Turner. 

Portland, George O. Jarvis, Stephen A. Fuller, G. C. 
H. Gilbert. 

Saybrook. Asa H. King. 

Essex, Alanson H. Hough, Frederick W. Shepard. 

Deep River, Rufus Baker. 

Westbrook, Horace Burr. 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Orson Wood, M. D., Chairman, 
O. K. Isham, M. D., Clerk. 

Tolund, Oliver K. Isham. Gilbert H. Preston* 

Andover, Adonijah White* 

Bolton, Orrin Hunt, Charles F. Sumner. 

Columbia, Harrison Mcintosh. 

North Coventry, Eleazer Hunt. 

South Coventry, Timothy Dimock. 

Ellington, Allen Hyde, J. H. Manning. 

Hebron, John S. Peters, Orrin C. White, Jacob.O. 
Loom is. 

North Mansfield, Norman Brigham, Wm. H. Rich- 
ardson. 

South Mansfield, Earl Swift 



ASYLUM. 89 

Somers, Orson Wood, Erasmus E. Hamilton, Wm. 
B. Woods. 

East Stafford, William N. Clark, Ahij ah Ladd, Elea- 
zer S. Beebe. 

West Stafford, Joshua C. Blodget. 

Union, Ebenezer Lindsley. 

Vernon, Scottoway Hinckley, Alden Skinner. 

Willington, Francis L. Dickinson. 



SUMMARY OF ORDINARY MEMBERS. 



Taxa 


ble. 


Not Taxable. 


Total 


Hartford County, 


68 


5 


73 


New Haven County, 


72 


8 


80 


New London County 


55 


8 


63 


Fairfield County, 


40 


4 


44 


Litchfield County, 


42 


10 


52 


Windham County, 


31 


2 


33 


Middlesex County, 


27 





27 


Tolland County, 


23 


4 


27 



Total, 358 41 399 



OFFICERS OF THE ASYLUM. 

PRESIDENT, 

Hon. THOMAS S. WILLIAMS. 

Vice Presidents for Life by Subscription. 

Samuel Appleton, Esq, Boston; Daniel Wadsworth, 
and Charles Sigourney, Esquires, Hartford. 

Vice Presidents elected at the Annual Meeting, May 
15, 1847. 
Ward Woodbridge, Thomas Day, Samuel Tudor, 
David Watkinson, James Ward, Charles Seymour, Jas. 
B. Hosmer, Barzillai Hudson. 



AMERICAN ASYLUM. 




RETREAT FOR INSANE. 91 

Directors for Life by subscription. 
P. C. Brooks, Boston; Daniel Buck, William H. 
Imlay, Hartford; James Kane, Albany; Eliphalet 
Kimball, Boston; Duvid M'Kinney, H. Overing, New 
York; Daniel P. Parker, Andrew Ritchie, Boston; 
Ward Woodbridge, Hartford ; S. V. S. Wilder, John Ja- 
cob Astor, New York; Christopher Colt, Hartford; 
Samuel Elliott, Jr., Washington City ; Eliphalet Terry, 
Hartford; Stephen Whitney, New York ; Thomas H. 
Gallaudet, Hartford. 

Directors chosen at the Annual Meeting, May 15, 1847. 
Seth Terry, Charles Goodwin, James H. Wells, John 

Beach, Amos M. Collins, Francis Parsons, David F. 

Robinson, Calvin Day, Thomas C. Perkins, Albert W. 

Butler. 

Barzillai Hudson, Secretary. 

James B. Hosmer, Treasurer, 

Seth Terry, Commissioner of the Fund. 

INSTRUCTORS. 

LEWIS WELD, A. M., Principal. 

ASSISTANTS. 

Laurent Clerc, A. M., William W. Turner, A. M., 
Luzerne Ray, A. M., Collins Sione, A. M., Jared A 
Ayres, A. B., Henry B. Camp, A. B , Lucius H. Wood- 
ruff, A. M., Oliver D. Cooke, A. B., Wilson Whiton, 
James L. Wheeler 

Abraham C. Baldwin, A. M., Family Guardian and 
Steward. 

Mrs. Phebe C. White, Matron. 



OFFICERS OF THE RETREAT FOR THE 

INSANE, FOR 1847. 

Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, President. 
David Watkinson, Vice President. 



92 GENERAL HOSPITAL- 

William T. Lee, Treasurer. 
A. M. Collins, Auditor. 
Charles Sheldon, Secretary. 

Directors chosen at the Annual Meeting. 
James Ward, Joseph Trumbull, George Sumner, 
Thomas H. Gallaudet, Charles Sheldon, Isaac D. Bull, 
Tiiomas C. Perkins, Roderick Terry, John Olmsted, Cy- 
prian Nichols, Thomas Day, William T.Lee, Amos M. 
Collins, Nathan Johnson, Alfred Smith, John S. Butler, 
Thomas Robbins, Ezra Clark, Isaac Toucey, Thomas 
Belknap. 

State Commissioners. 
His Excellency the Governor of the State, John T s 
Norton, Esq., Leonard Hebard, Esq, 

Medical Visitors. 
George Sumner, M. D., N. B. Ives, M. D., Archibald 
Welch, M. D., Benjamin Rogers, M. D., E. K. Hunt, 
M. D., H. A. Grant, M. D. 

Managers. 

Amos M. Collins, Charles Sheldon, Wm. T. Lee. 
Visiting Committee of Ladies. 

Mrs. R. Watkinson, Mrs. Charles Sheldon, Mrs 
William T. Lee, Mrs. Henry Hudson, Mrs. Eli Todd, 
Mrs. AmosM. Collins. 

John S Butler, M. D., PhysiciaM and Superintendent. 

Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet, Chaplain. 

S. W. Hart, Assistant Phi/sician. 

Mr. Virgil Cornish, Steward. 

Mrs. M. H. Cornish, Mat; on. 



GENERAL HOSPITAL SOCIETY. 

President, Jonathan Knight, M. D. 
Vice President, Hon. Dennis Kimberly. 
Treasurer, Amos Townsend, Jr. 
Secretary, P. A. Jewett, M. D. 



CLERGYMEN. 93 

Prudential Committee, S. P. Beers, M. D., V. M. 
Dow, M. D., S. M. Stone, Esq. 

Visitors, Doct. John Skinner, S. P. Beers, M. D., S. 
Punderson, M. D., Henry Peck, Esq., J. Donaghe, Esq., 
Nonis Wilcox, Esq. 

Physicians and Surgeons, J. Knight, M. D., Charles 
Hooker, M. D., E. H. Bishop, M. D., P. A. Jewett, M. 
D., J. A. Totten, M. D., Henry Bronson, M. D. 

Azentfor IT. S. Marine Hospital, P. A. Jewett, M. D. 

Agent for Subscriptions, Doct. John Skinner. 

Agents to Loan Money, A. Townsend, Jr., V. M. Dow 
M, D. 

Steward, William Merwin. 

Annual Meeting, Thursday after the second Wednes- 
day in May. 

The Hospital is open for the reception of patients at 
three dollars per week. This amount covers all expen- 
ses for board, medicine, medical attendance, and surgi- 
cal operations in ordinary cases. When extra attend- 
ance is required, a small additional charge is made. 

The services of the Physicians and Surgeons are gratu- 
itous. 



CLERGYME N . 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford, Joel Hawes, D. D., Horace Bushnell, D. 
D., Thomas H. Gallaudet, Walter Clarke, Thomas Rob- 
bins, D. D., William W. Patton, J. W. C. Pennington, 
c; Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, D. D., Silas Tot- 
ten, D. D., Arthur C. Coxe, William Payne, e.; Rob- 
ert Turnbull, Guidon Robins, Andrew M. Smith, J. R. 
Stone, b.; C. Oakley, m.; John Brady, r. a; Joseph 
Harrington, u. H. B. Soule, Universalist. 
. Canton, Jairus Burt, Chas. B. McLean, c; G. B. At- 
well, A. R. Viets, Lester Lewis, b. 

Berlin, Royal Robbins, Samuel Rockwell, Charles S. 
Sherman, Wm. W. Woodworth, Amos Savage, c; Wm. 
P. Patterson, b; vacant, e.; Matthias E. Willing, Rob- 
ert McGone, m. e. 



94 CLERGYMEN* 

Avon, John Bartlett, Stephen Hubbell, c; Charles W. 
Potter b. 

Bloomfield, A. C. Raymond, c; N. Whitine:, b. 

Bristol, Raymond H. Seeley, c.; Lester Lewis, b.; 
Harvey Husted. m.; Joseph H, "Nichols, e. 

Burlington, William Goodwin, Erastus Scranton, c; 
David Bennett, b. 

East Hartford, Samuel Spring, c. 

East Windsor, Shubael Bartle:t, c.; Henry H. Bates, 
Warehouse Point, Frances J. Clerc, Broad Brook, e.; 
Franklin Fisk, Warehouse Point, James B. Weeks, 
Ketch Mills, m. 

Enfield, Francis L. Robbins, c; Joseph Harvey, D. 
D., p.; Peter Gordon, a. r. p ; Anthony Palmer, William 
S. Simmons, m : Philip Burlingame, Shaker Speaker. 

Glastenbury , Giles H. Deshon, e.; James A. Smith, 

Warren G. Jones, Aron Snow, c; — Cady, Ela 

Dunham, m. 

Earmington f Noah Porter, D. D., William Wright, 
c; McAllister, m. 

Granby, Alfred White, Pliny F. Sanborn, c; Stephen 
Rushmore, Miles N. Olmsted, m. 

Manchester, B. F. INorthrop, c; B. C. Phelps, m. 

Uartland, Davis Bosv/orth, Nelson Scott, Aaron 
Gates, c ; Asa Bushnell, Asa Bushnell, Jr.. m. 

Marlborough, Hiram Bell, c: John B. Gould, m. 

Rocky Hill. Calvin Chapin, D. D., c. 

South Windsor, Rev. Bennet Tyler. D. D„ President 
Theological Institute of Conn., Rev. Edward W.Hook- 
er, D. D., Professor of Ecclesiastical History, do., Rev. 
Wm. Thompson. A. M., Professor of Biblical Litera- 
ture, do.; Levi Smith, O. F. Parker, (Wapping So.) c; 
Levi Daggett, Jr., m. 

Simsbury, Allen McLean, c; R. G. Thompson, p.; 
Asahel Chapin, b : James J. Bell, m. e. 

Suffield, A. C. Washburn, J. W. Sessions, c; Dwight 
Ives, Thomas R. Palmer, b.; R. D. Keeler, m. 

Soulhington, El is ha 0. Jones, c; George W. Dor- 
rance, b. * 

Wether sfield, Mark Tucker, D. D., Joab Brace, c; 
Henry Bromley, b.; Nathaniel Kellogg, m. 



CLERGYMEN. 95 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

New Haven, Leonard Bacon, D. D., Samuel W. S. 
Dutton, Elisha L. Cleaveland, Edward Strong, Wm. 
De Loss Love, Amos G. Beman, S. Dryden Phelps, c.; 
Harry Croswell, D. D., T. C. Pitkin, Samuel Cooke, E ; B. 
Smith, Samuel B. Serrington, b.; Daniel Curry, Joseph 
Law, Samuel Gray, William Walker, Joseph Turner, 
M ; James Smyth, r c ; Louis Manninger, Jewish Priest. 
Gray, Walker, Turner, m . (colored.) 

Yale College, Theodore D. Woolsey,LL. D. Nathan- 
iel W. Taylor, D D., Eleazer T. Fitch, D. D., Chaun- 
cey A. Goodrich, D. D , c. 

Not having regular congregations, Jeremiah Day, D. 
D., LL. D., Samuel Merwin, Josiah Brewer, Thomas 
F. Da vies, c ; Stephen Jewett, Edward J. Ives, e.; Smith 
Daton, m. 

Fair Haven, Burdett Hart, c; Samuel W. Law, m. 

Westville, George Nichols, e. 

Bethany, Dexter Potter, f.; Daniel B Butts, c. 

Branford, Timothy P. Gillett, c; Frederick Miller, E.; 
Abijah C. Wheat, b. 

Cheshire, Daniel March, c; E. Edwards Beardslee, 
Seth E. Paddoek, e.; Hill, m. e. 

Derby, Wm. B. Ashley, N. S. Richardson, Abel Ni- 
chols, e.; George Thatcher, Charles Dickinson, Wm. B. 
Curtis, c; Friend W. Smith, Charles Stearns, m. 

East Haven, Daniel William Havens, c; — — Ed- 
wards, e. 

Guilford, E. Edwin Hall, David Root, c; David 
Baldwin, Lorenzo T. Bennett, e.; Charles R. Adams, M. 
Alva B. Goldsmith, b. 

Hamden, Israel P Warren, Austin Putnam, c; Chas. 
W. Everest, e.; George L. Fuller, m.; David Bradley, b. 

Meriden, Asahel R. Stevens, George W. Perkins, c; 
Harvey Miller, b.; Cyrus Monson. e.; John E. Seailes, m. 

Madison, Samuel N Shepard, James P. Terry, c.j H. 
D. Latham, Howland, m. 

Middlebury, George P. Prudden, c; P. W. Sizer, m. 

Mil ford, Jonathan Brace, Asa M. Train, c; Ferdi- 
nand E. White, e.j George W. Davis, b j George S. 
Hare, m. 



96 CLERGYMEN, 

Naugatnck, McKay, e.; Albert K. Teele, c. 

North. Bran ford, George I. Wood, Henry S. Clarke, c. 

North Haven, Orson Cowles, Ammi Linsley, c. 

Orange, Cyrus Brewster, Edward Wright,' c; Alonzo 
B. Chapin, e. 

Oxford, Stephen Topliflf, c ; David P. Sanford, e. 

Southbury, William H. Whittemore, Oliver B. But- 
terfield, c; Elias Gilbert, m. 

Wallingford, Edwin R. Gilbert, c.j Hilliard Bryant, 
e.; Albert E. Denison, b. 

Waterbury, Henry B. Elliot, c; Jacob L. Clark, e.; 
A. Darrow, e.; Joseph Smith, m. 

Wolcott, Aaron C. Beach, c.j John Smith, e. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London, Abel McEwen, D. D., Tryon Edwards, 
c; Robert Hallam, e.; Jabez S Swan, L. G. Leonard, b.; 
M. P. Alderman, m. e.; Leonard Griffing, independent m.; 
Thomas J. Greenwood, u ; John Brady, Jr., r. c. 

Norwich, Hiram P. Arms, Alvan Bond, William H, 
Wilcox, Charles P. Bush, John P. Gulliver, c; Wm. F. 
Morgan, e.; Martin H. Rising, Edward T. Hiscox, 
Lawson Muzzy, b; John Howson, Sanford Benton, 
Sidney Dean, George M. Carpenter, m., (Erastus Ben- 
ton, presiding Elder, New London district ;) Lewis C. 
Browne, u.; John Brady, Jr. Catholic, (resides in Middle- 
town ) 

Bozrah, William M. Burchard, c ; Percival Matthew- 
son, B. G. Goff, b. 

Colchester, Joel R. Arnold, SpofTord D. Jewit, 2d, c: 
Pierpont Brocket, Matthewson, b.; L. Bowler, m. 

East Lyme, Frederick Gridley, c.j Palmer G. Wight- 
man, Frederick Wightman, b.. Albison, e m. 

Franklin, Samuel Nott, D. D. c; Comfort D. Fillmore, 
Hie Fillmore, Ella Dunham, m. 

Stonington, N. B. Cook, Wm. Cleft, c; A.G. Palmer, 
H. Hedden, b.; F. Gavit, m.; J. M. Willey, e. 

Groton, Jared R. Avery, c; Simon B. Bailey, Erastus 
Denison, Nicholas T. Allen, Wm. C. Walker, H. R 
Knapp, b. 

Lebanon, John C. Nichols, Joshua R. Brown, c; Na- 
than Wildman, b ; Frederick P. Coe, Unita. 



CLERGYMEN. 97 

Ledyard, Timothy Tuttle, c; Stephen H. Peckham, 
B.; Ralph Hurl butt, M. 

Lisbon, Levi Nelson, Joseph Ayre, Jr., c. 

Lyme, Davis S. Brainerd, Samuel Griswold, Oliver 
Brown, c.; Wra. Smith, Chester Tilden, B.; Roger Al- 
bertson, m. 

Monlville, J. W. Salter, A. Gleason, c.; D. Avery, 
- Gales, b.; Leffingwell, Winchester, m. 

North Stoning ton, Myron N. Morris, c.; D. Henry 
Miller, Thomas Barber, James M. Philips, b.; John 
Sheffield, m. 

Preston, Nathan S. Hunt, H. F. Roberts, c; Cyrus 
Miner, b. 

Salem, Charles Thompson, c.; Edward Hinckley, m. ; 
Ebenezer Loomis, b. 

Water ford, Francis Darrow, Nicholas T- Allen, G. 
T. Chappell,B.; Lester T. Rogers, 7th day b. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield, Lyman H. At water, c; Nathaniel E. Corn- 
wall, e.; James Scott, b. 

Bridgeport, Nathaniel Hewitt, d. d., Benj. S. Page, n.; 
Gurdon S. Coit, e.; Wm. Reid, b.; Heman Bangs, m.; 
S. S. Fletcher u.; Michael Lynch, r. c; Joseph Hicks, 
Charles Burch, African. 

Brookfield, Dan C. Curtis, p.; Henry D. Noble, e.; 
William Biddle, b. 

Easton, Charles T. Prentice, c; Wm. Denison, b.; Ira 
Abbot, M. 

Monroe, John H. Betts, e.; R. D. Gardner, c; Samuel 
W. Smith, m. 

Darien, Ezra D. Kinney, c. 

Danbury, R. S. Stone, S. Y. Haight, c; W. W. Brun- 
son, E.; R. K. Bellamy, Levi Taylor, B. 

Greenwich, Benjamin M. Yarrington, e.; S. B. S. Bis- 
sell, Frederick Monson, c; Ball, Ebenezer Mead, M. 

Norwalk, Edwin Hall, D. D., Zerah K. Hawley, c; 
William C. Mead, D. D.e, ; James J. Woolsey, b.; Jacob 
Shaw, m.; Alexander Posey, African. 
i New Milford, John Greenwood, James Kilborn, c; 
Enoch Huntington, Abel Ogden, e.; Eleazcr Beecher, B. 
7 



98 CLERGYMEN. 

Newtown, S, S. Stocking, e j James Atwater, c; 
Mr. Smith, m. 

New Canaan, David H. Short, e.j Theophilus Smith, 
c j A. H. Furguson, m. 

New .Fairfield, Henry H. Morgan, c.; S. Stebbins, m. 

Redding, Daniel D. Frost, c.j Joseph P. Taylor, e.; 
J D. Marshall, m, 

Bidgefield, James A. Havvley, Zalmon B. Burr, c.j 
Henry Olmsted, e.; Sylvester Strong, m. 

Stamford, Ambrose S. Todd, D. D., e.; Isaac Jen- 
nings, c; Aaron A. Rogers, m.; Henry H. Rouse, b.; 
Benjamin B. Hallock, Univer. 

Stratford, Wm. B. Meed, c; Joseph Scott, e.; J. E 
Frost, m. 

Sherman, Judson B. Stoddard, a; E. P. Ackerman, 
Rawson,M. 

Huntington, Charles J. Todd, e.; Lucius Atwater, b. 

Trumbull, John S. Whittlesey, c.j William W. Bron- 
son, e.; Bartlett, m. 

Wilton, John Smith, c; William H. Bangs, m. 

Westport, Henry Benedict, Giles M. Porter, c; Ed- 
ward G. Bull, e.; Weed, Ira M. Abbott, -m. 

Weston, Lewis Pennell, c; S. D. Tomlinson, e. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn, George J. Tillotson, c.j Riverius Camp, e.; 
Thomas Huntington, b. 

Ashford, Charles Peabody, Charles S. Adams, c.j 
Ezekiel Skinner, Washington Manger, b. 

Canterbury, Robert C. Learned, Asa King, c. 

Chaplin, Erastus Dickinson, c. 

Hampton, Isaac H. Coe, Christian, Ralph D. Lyon, b. 

Killingly, Thomas Rice, Isaac C. Day, E. Baldwin, 
c; L. W. Wheeler, b.; Daniel Williams, Freewill Bap- 
tist ; George W. Greenslit, Christian. 

Plainfield, Henry Robinson, Jared O. Knapp, c; F. 
Charleton, Silas Hall, b.j James Mather, m. 

Pomfret, Daniel Hunt, Edward Pratt, c; Roswell 
Park, e.; Bela Hicks, b.; Stephen W. Hammond, M. 

Sterling, Peleg Peckham, John Gardner, b.j Jacob 
Allen, c, 



CLERGYMEN. 99 

Thompson, Daniel Dow, c; Charles Willet, James 
Grow, b ; G. W. Stearns, F. W. Bill, Albert F. Park, M. 

Voluntown, Charles S. Weaver, Gershom Palmer, B.; 
Ebenezer Blake, m.; Jacob Allen, c. 

Windham, Joseph Brewster, e.; John E. Tyler, Mr. 
Sharp, T. Tallman, c; B. M. Alden, b.; Henry Green- 
slit, Christian ; Mr. Barrows, Unitarian. 

Woodstock, Thomas Boutelle, Wm. H. Marsh, Jona- 
than Curtis, E. T. Brooks, a; Benjamin M. Walker, m.; 
Holmes Slade, Unitarian; Edwin C. Brown, John 
Paine, b. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY- 

Litchfield, Benjamin L. Swan, David L. Parmelee, J. 
F. Norton, J. L. Dickinson, c.; Samuel Fuller, Truman 
Marsh, Isaac Jones, Joshua D. Berry, e.; David Hen- 
son, M. 

Barkhamsted, Reuben S. Hazen, Luther H. Barber, 
c; Peter Tatro, M.; George B. Atwell, b. 

Bethlem, Fosdic Harrison, c; W. H. Frisbie, e. 

Canaan, D. D. Francis, Harley Goodwin, p.; William 
Atwell, e.: Marks, M. 

Colebrook, Alfred E. Ives, a; S. S. Wheeler, Erastus 
Doty, b. 

Cornwall, Hiram Gay, Joshua L. Maynard, c; Sam- 
uel Weeks, m. e. 

Goshen, Lavalette S. Perrin, c; Isaac San ford, m. 

Harwinton, Charles Bentley, c.j Henry V. Gard- 
ner, E. 

Kent, Wm. Atwell, e.; Wm. W. Andrews, c; 

Jones, r. m.; Ira Morgan, Millerite. 

Norfolk, Joseph Eldridge, c. 

Neio Milford, Cyrus Yale, Alexander Leadbetter, c; 
Rufus K. Reynolds, m. 

Plymouth, William Watson, e.; Ephraim Lyman, H. 
D. Kitchell, c; Henry J. Fox, m. 

Sharon, Grove S. Brownell, c; Martin Moody, e.; 
WilliamS. Still well, m. 

Torrington, Samuel T. Seelye, John A. McKinstry, 
William H. Moore, c; George A. Hubbell, m.; Henry 
Zell, e. 



100 CLERGYMEN. 

Wa?'ren, John R. Keep, c.j Samuel Weeks, Mose3 
Blightenburg, M. 

Walertown, Frederick Holeomb, e.; Philo R. Huvd, c.j 
Stoddard, M. 

Winchester, Ira Pettibone, Frederick Marsh, James 
H. Dill, c; Seymour Landon, m.; Jonathan Coe, e.; Jas. 
J. Twiss, Univer. 

Woodbury, Charles S. Putnam, e.; Lorenzo D, Nick- 
erson, m.; John Churchill, Lucius GL Curtiss, c. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown, John R. Ciane, D. D., Andrew L. Stone, 
Zebulon Crocker, Lent S. Hough, c; Frederick J. Good- 
win, e.; James Floy, Joseph Holdrich. (Alexander Posey, 
colored,) m.; Jas. L. Wright, b.; T. P. Abel, Univer. John 
Brady, Jr., Catholic. 

Chatham, Wm. Russell, James C. Houghton, c; F. B. 
Woodward, e.; Charles Morse, m. 

Chester, Amos S. Chesebrough, c; Newell Bough- 
ton, B. 

Clinton, Enoch S. Huntington, c; John B. Guild, b.; 
H. D. Latham, T. A. Lovejoy, e. m. 

East Haddam, Alpheus Geer, e.; Isaac Parsons, Na- 
thaniel Miner, Stephen A. Loper, c; Levi H. Wake- 
man, B.; Forbush, m. 

Portland, Hervey Talcott, c; Samuel M. Emery, 
Wm. Jarvis, e.; J. G. Post, m. 

Saybrook, Ethan B. Crane, Joseph D. Hull, Frederick 
W. Chapman, c; G. W. Howard, E. Cushman, H. El- 
lis, b ; Joseph S. Covell, Smith, m.; J. M. Guion, e. 

Durham, David Smith, M. Richardson, a; Aaron S. 
Hill, m. 

Haddam, Elisha W. Cook, David D. Field, c; Simon 
Shailer, b.; N. C. Lewis, Alonzo B. Pulling, Rob- 
inson, M. 

Westbrook, Wm. A. Hyde, c; William Gay, e. m.; 
William Tisdell, w. M. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland, Abram Marsh, p.; George Mixter, b.; 

Bentley, m. 

Bolton, James Ely, c; George S. Judd, m. 



CLERGYMEN. 



101 



Columbia, James W: Woodward, c. 

Coventry, George A. Calhoun, Alpheus Miller, Henry 
B. Blake, Chauncey Booth, Marvin Root, Rodolphus 
Landfear, c.; Gardner, m. 

Ellington, Diodate Brock way, Nathaniel H. Eggles- 
ton, c.; J. B. Hunt, m. 

Hebron, Solomon G. Hitchcock, e.; Edgar J. Doolittle, 
Charles Nichols, c; Henry Baylies e. m.; Walter Wil- 
kie, w. m. 

Mansfield, A. S. Atwood, p.; A. S. Lovell, b.; A. R. 
Livermore, c; Wm. Turkinton, m. 

Somers, Joseph Vail., c; J. H. Farnsworth, Univer.; 
Daniel Dnrchester, Jr., m. 

Stafford, George H. Woodward, Elliot Palmer, c.j 

George W. Pendleton, b.; Lorin C. Collins, m; 

Livermore, Univer. 

Union, Samuel T. Curtis, c. 

Vernon, Albert Smith, Horace Winslow, c. 

WUlington, David Bancroft, c.j Addison Parker, b. 



BISHOPS OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCO- 
PAL CHURCH IN THE U. S. 

Philander Chase, D. D., Illinois, Presiding Bishop 

George Burgess, D. D., Maine. 

Carlton Chase, D. D. , New Hampshire. 

Manton Eastburn, D. D., Massachusetts. 

John P. K. Henshaw. D. D., Rhode Island. 

John H. Hopkins, D. D., Vermont. 

Thomas C. Browneli, D. D., LL. D., Connecticut. 

Benjamin T. Onderdunk, New York, (susp.) 

William H. De Lancey, D. D., Western New York. 

George W. Doane, D. D., New Jersey. 

Alonzo Potter, D. D., Pennsylvania. 

Henry U. Underdunk, (susp.) 

Alfred Lee, D. D., Delaware. 

William R. Whittingham, D. D., Maryland. 

William Meade, D. D., Virginia. 



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CLERGYMEN. 



Levi S. Ives, D. D., LL. D., North Carolina. 

Christopher E. Gadsden, D. D., South Carolina. 

Stephen Elliott, D. D., Georgia and Florida. 

Charles P. Mcllvane, D. D., Ohio. 

James H. Otey, D. D., Mississippi and Tennessee. 

Benjamin B. Smith, D. D., Kentucky. 

Samuel A. McCoskiy, D. D., Michigan. 

Jackson Kemper, D. D., Wisconsin, Iowa, and Indiana. 

Leonidas Polk, D. D., Louisiana. 

John Johns, D. D., Assistant Bishop of Virginia. 

Nicholas Hamner Cobbs, D. D., Alabama. 

Cicero Stephen Hawks, D. D., Missouri. 

George W. Freeman, d. d., Arkansas and Texas. 

BISHOPS OF THE NORTHERN METHODIST EPISCO- 
PAL CHURCH. 

Rev. Elijah Hedding. 
Rev. Beverly Waugh. 
Rev. Thomas A. Morris. 
Rev. Leonidas L. Hamline. 
Rev. Edmund S. Janes. 



BISHOPS OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH IN 
THE UNITED STATES. 

Most Rev. S. Eccleston, D. D., Arch. Diocese of Balti- 
more. 

Rt. Rev. William Tyler, D. D., Diocese of Hartford. 

John B. Purcell, D. D , Cincinnati. 

Francis Patrick Kenrick, D. D,, Philadelphia. 

John Hughes, D. D., John McCloskey, D. D., Coadju- 
tor, New York. 

Celestin de la Hailandiere, D. D., Vincennes. 

Mathias Loras, D D., Dubuque. 

P. R. Kenrick, D. D., St. Louis. 

Richard P. Miles, D. D., Nashville. 

Andrew Byrne, D. D., Little Rock. 

Anthony Blanc, D. D., New Orleans. 

John J. Chanche, D. D., Natchez. 

Ignatius Aloysius Reynolds, D. D., Charleston. 

Richard V. Wheeland, D. D., Richmond. 



POST* OFFICES. 103 



Benedict J. Flaget, D. D , Louisville. 
Michael O'Connor, D. D , Pittsburg. 
William Quarter, D. D., Chicago. 
John M. Henni, D. D , Milwaukie. 
Michael Portier, D. D , Mobile. 
John B. Fitzpatrick, D. D., Boston. 
Peter P. Lefevre, D. D., Detroit. 
F. N. Blanchet, D. D., Vicar Apos. 



POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS, 

IN CONNECTICUT. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford, Norman Lyman; West, Nathan Burr. 

Avon, Frederick Ripley. 

Berlin, Marcellus Clark; New Britain, H.N. Galpin; 

Kensington, Jos. Upson. 
Bloomfleld, Watson Hubbard. 
Bristol, George H. Mitchell 
Bui'lingion, Jerry Burwell. 
East Hartford, Edward Phelps. 

East Windsor, Hiram Watson ; Warehouse Point, Hen- 
ry Pease, Jr.; Broad Brook, Bethuel Phelps ; Ketch 

Mills, Sumner Shepard. 
Enfield, Geer Terry; Thompsonville, George C. Owen ; 

Skittico, John King. 
Fatmington, George D. Cowles; Plainville, William 

Hitchcock ; Unionville, George Richards. 
Glastenbury, Benjamin Taylor; South, Oliver Brainard. 
Granby, A. B. Holcomb ; North Granby, Abner Case ; 

East Granby, Elmore Clark ; West Granby, Byron 

Goddard. 
Hartland, Benjamin Giddings. 
Manchester, H. C. Woodbridge; Buckland's Corners, 

Daniel Perry; Oakland, Whiting Risley. 
Marlborough, Asa Day. 



104 POST OFFICES. 

Rocky Hill, Henry Webb. 

Salisbury, Jeffrey O. Phelps; Tariffville 3 Henry A. 01- 

cott. 
Southington, Anion Bradley. 
South Windsor, James Francis; East Windsor Hill, 

J. H. Charlton. 
Wethersfield, Jesse Goodrich ; Newington, Erastus Kil- 

bourn. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY- 

New Haven, Edward A. Mitchell; Westville, J. G- 

Hotchkiss. 
Bethany, W. F. Perkins. 
Branford, Lyman L. Squire. 
Cheshire, Elihu Yale. 

Derby, Robert Gates ; Humphreysville. J. D. Smith. 
East Haven, Ruel Andrews. 
Fair Haven, H. L. Scranton. 
Guilford, E. Hutchinson ; N. Guilford, H. Fowler. 
Hamden, Joel H. Guy. 
East Haven, Reuel Andrews. 

Madison, Jonathan S. Wilcox; North, W. S.Blatchley. 
Meriden, Ira N. Yale. 
Middlebury, Jay Peck. 
Milford, D. L. Hubbell. 
Naugaiuck, John A. Peck. 
North Branford, Russell Clark. 
North Haven, William S. Hall. 
Northford, William Everts. 

Oxford, Ransom Hudson; Zoar Bridge, Ezekiel Curtis. 
Prospect, Samuel C. Bronson. 
Southbury, C. Hall ; South Britain, Anson Bray. 
Wallingford, Lorenzo Lewis. 
Waterbury, E. Leavenworth. 
Wolcott, William Welton. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London. Stanley G. Trott. 

Norwich, William L'Hommedieu; Norwich Town, H. 

B. Tracy. 
Bozrah, Stephen Fitch. 



POST OFFICES. 



105 



Colchester, Daniel Bulkley ; Westchester, Giles Shat- 

tuck. 
East Lyme, Jirah Kellogg. 
Franklin, James H Hyde. 
Griswold, Alexander Stewart, Jr. ; Jewett City, Samuel 

Button. 
Groton, Elijah Bailey; Portersville, P. Denison ; Noank, 

George A. Perkins. 
Poquonuc Bridge, Sanford Morgan. 
Lebanon, Simeon Peckham ; Liberty Hill, G. S. Gay. 
Ledyard, C. Newton; Gales' Ferry, N. B. Brown. 
Lisbon, Joseph B. Prentice. 
Lyme, Joseph S. Brockway; Hamburg, Samuel M. 

Brockway; North, James J. Champlin ; S. Lyme, 

Russel Chad wick; Hadlyme, Eli P. Welles. 
Montville, Chesterfield, James Turner ; Uncasville, Wm. 

G. Johnson. 
North Stonington, Thomas P. Wattles; Pendleton 

Hill, Andrew Chapman. 
Preston, H. Brown ; Poquetanuck, Asa Latham. 
Salem, Joseph Hillard; Gardner's Lake, David G. 

Gates. 
Stonington, B. F. States; Mystic Bridge, David Mallo- 

ry ; Mystic, Henry Harding. 
Waterford, Henry Gardner, 2d. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield, Edmund Hobart; Southport, Julius Pike; 

Greenfield Hill, William Brady, Jr. 
Danbury, Ira R Wildman; Bethel, Hiram Weed ; Mill 

Plain, Barnabas Allen. 
Bridgeport, P. F. Barnum. 
Brookfield, David Burr. 
Darien, James H. Goi ham. 
Greenwich, Samuel Close; Stanwich, Farnum Knowl- 

ton; Round Hill, O. C. Knapp. 
Huntington, Christopher N. Shelton. 
Monroe, C.'H. Beardsley ; Stepney, Levi Edwards. 
Newtown, C. B. Curtis. 

Norwalk, James Stevens; South, Horace Taylor. 
New Canaan, Charles Raymond. 



106 POST OFFICES. 

New Fairfield, Seeley Barnum. 

Ridgefield, Russell Jones; Ridgebury, Thos. St. John; 

Redding, Jared Olmsted; Redding Ridge, Floyd Tucker. 

Sherman, R. Fuller. 

Stratford. David Brooks. 

Stamford, Roswell Hoyt ; North, Abishai Weed. 

Trumbull, E. Beach; Long Hill, Miles Beardslee. 

Westport, G. L. Cable. 

Weston, Henry J. Hamilton. 

Wilton, Joseph P. Fitch. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn, Byron Wheaton. 

Ashford, D. H. Clark; Westford, Michael Richmond. 

Canterbury, Samuel Burlingame; Westminster, Peter 

Spicer. 
Chaplin, Walter Gooaell. 
Hampton, William Brown; Howard's Valley, Edward 

S. Moseley. 
Killingly, Leavens Jencks; North, George Warren; 

East, William Stone; West, John B. Chamberlin. 
Plainfield, Henry Sabin; Centre Village, G. Murdock; 

Mousup, John Dunlap. 
Pomfret, Benjamin Child; Landing, B. F. Durkee; 

Abington, Samuel W. Gilbert. 
Sterling, William Fenner. 
Thompson, Jeremiah Olney; Wilkinson, J. O. Fox; N. 

Boston, C. C. Wood; Fisherville, J. E. Fisher. 
Voluntown, Kinney Gallup. 
Windham, John A. Perkins; North Windham, Ralph 

Lincoln ; Willimantic, Joshua B. Lord ; Scotland, 

David L. Fuller. 
Woodstock, Edward E. Bowen ; North, A. Carpenter; 

West, John F. Williams. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield, R. M. Woodruff; S. Farms, W. L. Smedley ; 

Milton, A. Guild ; Northfield, Samuel A. Merlin ; 

Bantam Falls, M. Kenney. 
Barkhamsted, E. N. Ransom; Hitchcocksville, J. H. 



POST OFFICES. 107 

Sage; Pleasant Valley, Cornwall Doolittle. 
Bethlem, H. W. Peck. 
Canaan. William Watson. 
Falls Village, S. C. Hosford. 
Colebrook, Reuben Rockwell, H. W. Pinney, James 

Marvin, Daniel DeWolf. 
Cornwall, John R. Harrison; Bridge, Peter Biercej 

West, James E. Kellogg. 
Goshen, Myron Norton ; North, Albert Beach. 
Harwinton, Truman Kellogg. 
Kent, H. J. Fuller; South, N. Morehouse. 
New Hartford, D. S. Bird; Centre, J. F. Henderson. 
New Milfoid, S. E. Bostwick. 
Norfolk, N. B. Stevens. 
Plymouth, Edwin Talmage; Hollow, Seth Thomas, Jr.; 

Terryville, Hiram Welton. 
Roxbury, Myron Downs. 
Salisbury, Daniel S. Clapp; Lakeville, J. G. Mitchell; 

Lime Rock,M. Barnum. 
Sharon, David R. Gould ; Ellsworth, I. Everett. 
Torrington, (Torringford,) Nathaniel Smith ; Wolcott- 

ville, R. C. Abernetny. 
Washington, William Moody ; New Preston, Alvin 

Brown ; Woodville, F. C. Chittenden. 
Warren, Berton Gilbert. 
Watertown, Merrit Hemingway. 
Winchester, Wm. S. Holibird, Samuel Hurlbut. 
Woodbury, Charles H. Webb. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown, Allen May; Upper Houses, Ralph Hub- 
bard. 

Chester, Gideon Parker, 2d. 

Chatham, (Middle Haddam,) Huntington Selden; East 
Hampton, W. G. Buell. 

Clinton, Achilles Elliott. 

Durham, R. H. Shelly. 

East Haddam, Daniel B. Warner; Moodus, Ezra T. 
Jones ; Millington, J. P. Arnold ; Leesville, S. B. 
Wheelock. 

Haddam, Jno. Arnold; Higganum, Harvey Child. 



108 RATES OP POSTAGE. 

Killingworth, Horace Redfield. 

Portland, Jharles H. Sage. 

Saybrook, Henry S. Chapman; Essex, A. F. Whitte- 

more; Deep Biver, O. Spencer; Winthrop, J. Den- 

ison. 
Westbrook, James A. Pratt. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland, Joseph Bishop. 

Bolton, E. K. Williams. 

Columbia. Benjamin Hartshorn. 

Coventry, J. C. Porter ; South, S. Bidwell. 

Ellington, Joel W. Smith. 

Hebron, Charles Post ; Gilead, Henry Higgins. 

Mansfield, J. Woodward; Centre, Z. Storrs, William 

A. Fisk. 
Somers, Warren Kibbe. 
Stafford, H. MX Bolton; Springs, Lewis Parkess; West, 

E. F. Whiton. 
Union, D. L. Newell. 

Vernon, E. G. Brigham ; Rockville, James Stewart. 
Willington, Jonathan Weston ; Moore Meadow, Horace 

Bidwell. 



RATES OF POSTAGE. 

For a single letter, not exceeding half an ounce, (avoir- 
dupois,) sent not exceeding 300 miles, 5 cents. 

Sent over 300 miles, 10 cents. 

For every half ounce, and any excess over every half 
ounce, the same rates of postage; and when advertised, 
two cents on each letter, or four cents, if advertising 
costs so much additional. 

For drop letters, (not to be mailed,) each 2 cents. 

For any printed circular, handbill or advertisement un- 
sealed, sent any distance, 2 cents. 

For any pamphlet, or other matter of every kind, that 
is "transmissible by mail'' and has no written communi- 
cation, of one ounce or less, or for a newspaper exceeding 
19,000 square inches of surface, 2 cents. 



RATES OF POSTAGE 109 

For each additional ounce, or an excess greater than a 
half ounce, 1 cent. 

For any other newspaper, sent over 30, and not more 
than 100 miles, or any distance within the same State, 

1 cent. 

Sent over such distance, l£ cent. 

THE FRANKING PRIVILEGE. 

The President, Ex-Presidents, and Mrs. Madison, and 
Mrs. Harrison, retain the franking privilege as regulated 
by former laws. 

The Vice President, Members of Congress, and Del- 
egates from Territories, may transmit public documents 
free during their official terms. 

The Secretary of the Senate and Clerk of the House 
of Representatives, may send free public documents dur- 
ing their official terms. 

Deputy postmasters may send free, all such letters and 
packages as may relate exclusively to the business of 
their respective offices, and may have allowed all posta- 
ges paid or charged to them in the settlement of their 
accounts. 

Exchange newspapers between editors pass free. 

Editors or publishers of newspapers may send their 
papers free within thirty miles of the place of publication. 

NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTIONS, &C. 

All Postmasters are forbidden to send money to prin- 
ters under his frank, and the following regulation is sub- 
stituted, viz: Money may be left with a Postmaster, (in 
no instance exceeding $10,) for the purpose of being 
paid to distant publishers, if said publishers shall so de- 
sire. The Postmaster may retain 1 per cent., and give 
his receipt for the balance, which will be paid to the pub- 
lisher by the Postmaster where payable, he also deduct- 
ing 1 per cent., commission. 

No packet, weighing more than three pounds, can be 
sent by mail, nor bound .books of any size, except books 
sent by Governors of States. 



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COLLEGES. 




Yale College, New Haven. 



COLLEGES. ill 

COLLEGES AND ACADEMIES. 



YALE COLLEGE, NEW HAVEN- 

PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS. 

Rev. Theodore D. Woolsey, D. D., LL. D., Presi- 
dent, His Exc, Clark Bissell, LL. D., His Honor, Chas. 
J. McCurdy, Rev. David Smith, D. D., Rev. Noah Por- 
ter, D. D., Rev. Daniel Dow, D. D., Rev. Aaron Dut- 
ton, Rev. Abel McEwen, D. D., Rev. Diodate Brock- 
way, Rev. Theophilus Smith, Rev. Jeremiah Day, D. 
D., LL. D., Rev. Joel Hawes, D. D., Hon. Luther Ea- 
ten, Hon. Charles A. Marvin, Hon. Marcus Merriman, 
Hon. Samuel Norris, Hon. John H. Hubbard, Hon. 
Lemuel Sanford, Rev. Joseph Eldridge. 

MEDICAL EXAMINERS. 

Archibald Welch, M D., ex officio. 

George Sumner, M. D. 

Josiah G. Beckwith, M. D. 

H. A.Grant, M. D. 

Earl Swift, M. D. 

William Witter, M. D. 

FACULTY AND INSTRUCTORS. 

Rev. Theodore D. Woolsey, D. D., LL. D., Presi- 
dent, and Professor of the Greek Language and Litera- 
ture. 

Hon. David Daggett, LL. D., Kent Professor of Law. 

Benjamin Silliman, M. D., LL. D., Professor of Chem- 
istry, Pharmacy, Mineralogy and Geology. 

James L. Kingsley, LL. D., Professor of the Latin 
Language and Literature. 

Eli Ives, M. D., Professor of the Theory and Practice 
of Physic. 

Hon. Clark Bissell, LL. D., Professor of Law. 

Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, D. D., Dwight Professor 
of Didactic Theology. 



112 COLLEGES. 

Jonathan Knight, M. D., Professor of the Principles 
and Practice of Surgery. 

Timothy P. Beers, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics. 

Josiah W. Gibbs, M. A., Professor of Sacred Litera- 
ture. 

Rev. Eleazer T. Fitch, D. D., Livingston Professor of 
Divinity. 

Rev. Chauncey A. Goodrich, D. D. } Professor of the 
Pastoral Charge. 

Denison Olmsted, LL. D., Munson Professor of Natu- 
ral Philosophy and Astronomy. 

Henry Dutton, M. A., Professor of Law. 

Charles Hooker, M. D., Professor of Anatomy and 
Physiology. 

Rev. William A. Larned, M. A., Professor of Rheto- 
ric and English Literature, 

Henry Bronson, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica 
and Therapeutics. 

Anthony D. Stanley, M. A., Professor of Mathe- 
moMcs. 

Rev. Noah Porter, M. A , Clark Professor of Moral 
Philosophy and Metaphysics. 

Edward E. Salisbury, M. A., Professor of the Arabic 
and Sanskrit Languages and Literature. 

Thomas A. Thatcher, M. A., Assistant Professor of 
the Latin La/nguage and Literature. 

Benjamin Silliman, Jr., M. A.., Professor of Chemis- 
try and the kindred Sciences as applied to the Arts. 

John P. Norton, M. A., Professor of Agricultural 
Chemistry. 

Samuel Brace, M. A., Tutor in Gieek. 

Joseph Emerson, M. A., Tutor in Natural Philoso- 
phy. 

James Hadley, M. A., Tutor in Greek. * 

Gordon Hall, M. A., Tutor in Latin. 

Lewis R. Hurlbut, M.. A., Tutor in Greek, 

Edward W. Gilman, M. A., Tutor in Mathematics. 

William H. Goodrich, M. A., Tutor in Latin. 

Erasmus D. North, M. D., Instructor in Elocution. 

Francois Turner, Instructor in the French and Span- 
ish Languages, 



COLLEGES. 113 

Robert Bakewell, Instructor in Drawing and Perspec- 
tive. 
Luigi Roberti, Instructor in Italian, 



COMMENCEMENT. 

The Annual Commencement is on the third Thursday 
in August. 



VACATIONS, 

1. Six weeks, beginning at Commencement, the third 
Thursday in August. 

2. Two weeks, from the first Wednesday in January. 

3. Four weeks, from the last Wednesday in April. 



SUMMARY. 

Theological Students, 44 

Law Students, 41 

Medical Students, 45 

Scholars of the House, 2 

Students in Philosophy and the Arts, 11 
Seniors, 89 

Juniors, 103 

Sophomores, 92 

Freshmen, 95 

Undergraduates, 379 

Total, 522 



TRINITY COLLEGE, HARTFORD. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 
Rev. Silas Totten, S. T. D., President, ex officio, Rt. 
Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, S. T. D., LL. D , Rev. Har- 
ry Croswell, S. T. D., Charles Sigourney, Esq., Hon. 
8 



114 % COLLEGES. 

John S. Peters, LL. D., Rev. N S. Wheaton, Samuel 
Tudor, Esq., Daniel Russell, Esq. Rev. Wm. Jarvis, 
Hon. Isaac Toucey, Hon. Samuel H. Huntington, Hon. 
Wm. W. Boardman, Rev. Frederick Holcomb, S. T. D. } 
Rev. Stephen Jewett, Rev. George Burgess, D. D., Wm. 
H. Scovill, Epq., Robert Watkinson, Esq., Thomas Bel- 
knap, Esq., Rev. Wm. Cooper Meade, S. T. D., George 
Brinley, Esq.. Rev. S. Farmar Jarvis, S. T. D., LL. D., 
Rev. Robert A. Hallam, Rev. A. Cleveland Coxe, John 
T. Adams, Esq. 

Secretary of the Board— Hon. Samuel H. Hunting- 
ton. 

Treasurer — Thomas Belknap, Esq. 

CHANCELLOR. 

Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, S. T. D. } LL. D. 

BOARD OF FELLOWS. 

Fellows — Rev. S. Farmar Jarvis, s. t. d., ll. d., Rev. 
Jonathan M. Wainwright, s. t. d., Hon. William W. 
Boardman, a. m., Rev. Thomas W. Coit, s. t. d., Rev. 
Wm. Croswell, s. t. d., Rev. Horatio Potter, s. t. d. 

Junior Fellows — Edward Goodman, a. m., Hon. Jas. 
W. Gordon, a. m., Rev. Nathaniel E. Cornwall, a. m., 
Rev. E. Edwards Beardsley, a. m., Rev. William Payne, 
a.m., Rev, John Williams, a. m. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Silas Tot(en,s. t. d., President, and Hobart Pro- 
fessor oj Belle Leltres and Oratory. 

Duncan L. Stewart, a. m. Professor of Ancient Lan- 
guages. 

Rev. A. Jackson, a. m., Professor of Moral and Intel- 
lectual Philosophy , and Lecturer on Chemistry. 

John Brocklesby, a. m., Professor of Mathematics and 
Natural Philosophy. 

Rev. Wm. Payne, a.m., Assistant Professor of Ancient 
Languages. 

George Sumner, m. d., Professor of Botany. 

Hon. Wm. W. Ellsworth, ll. d., Professor of Law. 



COLLEGES. 115 

Samuel B. Beresford, M. d., Lecturer on Anatomy and 
Physiology. 

Rev. A. Jackson, Librarian. 



SUMMARY. 




Resident Gradu 


ates, 


3 


Seniors, 




18 


Juniors, 




15 


Sophomores, 




19 


Freshmen, 




16 



71 



COMMENCEMENT. 

The Annual Commencement is on the fir6t Thursday 
in August. 

VACATIONS. 

1. Seven weeks from Commencement. 

2. Two weeks from the Thursday before the 25th of 

December. 

3. Four weeks from the Thursday before the 12th of 
April. 

WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, MIDDLETOWN. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Laban Clark, Middletown; Rev. Heman Bangs, 
Bridgeport; Hon. Isaac Kellogg, New Hartford; James 
L. Phelps, m. d., New York; John L. Smith, Esq. Mid- 
dletown ; Rev. Joseph A. Merrill, Wilbraham, Mass: 
William J. Trench, Esq., Samuel Russell, Esq., Jona- 
than Barnes, Esq., Middletown ; Hon. Wm. L. Siorrs, 
ll. d., New Haven ; Hon. Samuel D. Hubbard, Hon, 
Ebenezer Jackson, Rev. Stephen Olin, d. d. ll. d., Mid 
dletown; Rev. Ezekiel Robinson, Readfield, Maine 
Charles Woodward, m. d., Middletown; George An 
drews, Esq., Camillus, N. Y.; Rev. George Gary, Ver- 
non, N. Y.; Hon. James Harper, New York; Jacob 
Sleeper, Esq., Boston, Mass ; Rev. Schuyler Seager, m. 



116 COLLEGES. 

a., Rochester, N. Y.; Rev. Benjamin R. Hoyt, North 
Haverhill, N. H.; Hon. Elisha Harris, Warren, R. I.; 
Thomas G. Mather, Esq., Middletown ; Rev. Bp. Ed- 
mund S. Janes, d. d., New York City ; Rev. Charles K. 
True, m. a., Lowell, Mass.; Daniel Drew, Esq. New 
York City. 

FACULTY- 

Rev. Stephen Olin, d. d., ll. d., President. 

Augustus W. Smith, ll. d., Professor of Mathematics 
and Astronomy. 

Rev. Joseph Holdrich, d. d., Professor of Moral Sci- 
ence and Belles- Lettres. 

John Johnston, m a., Professor of Natural Science. 

Harvey B. Lane, M a,, Professor of the Greek and 
Latin Languages. 

John W. Linsay, M. a., Tutor in the Languages. 

Reuben H. Loomis, b a., Ttitor in the Mathematics. 

John Johnston, m. a., Librarian. 

PRUDENTIAL COMMITTEE. 

Rev. Stephen Olin, d. d., ll. d., Chairman; Rev. La- 
ban Clark, John L. Smith, Esq., Rev. James Floy, d. d., 
William J. Trench, Esq, Charles Woodward, M. D., 
Samuel Russell, Esq., Joseph Tobey, Esq., Secretary ; 
Thomas G. Mather, Esq. 

Commencement 1st Wednesday in August. 



THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF CONN. 

Rev. Bennet Tyler, D. D., President. 

Rev. Edward W. Hooker, D. D., Professor of Ecclesi- 
astical History and Church Government. 

Rev. William Thompson, A. M.. Professor of Bibli- 
cal Literature. 



LITERARY INSTITUTION, SUFFIELD. 

Charles C. Burnett, A. M., Principal. 
Palmer Gallup, Assistant. 
Miss L. M. Parker, Preceptress. 
Miss L Mann, Teacher of Music, Drawing and 
painting. 
Commencement 1st Wednesday in August. 



COLLEGES. 



117 




118 ACADEMIES, &C. 

BACON ACADEMY, COLCHESTER. 

Henry T. Steele, Principal, 

John C. S hep hard, Assistant. 

Elihu Clark, Principal of the Female Department. 

Misses L. Strong and S. Bulkeley, Teachers in Pri- 
mary Department. 

Three terms. Vacations, August, January and April. 

Founded, 1802. Number of Scholars, 250. Fund. 
$35,000. 

E. W. Parsons, A. B. Pierce and P. A. Gillette, Super- 
intending Committee. 



EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 

Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, d. d., ll. d., President., 
ex officio. 

Rev. Seth E, Paddock, Principal. 

Asa J. Driggs, m. d , Secretary and Treasurer. 



AMERICAN SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION. 

Twenty-third Annual Report. 

President^ Alexander Henry. 

Treasurer, Herman Cope. 

Corresponding Secretary \ Frederick W. Porter. 

Recording Secretary, Frederick A. Packard. 

Committee on Donations, Charles S. Wurts, George 
W. Morris, Wilson Jewell, James Bayard, William 
Buckler. 



AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Thirty -first Annual Report. 
President, Theodore Frelinghuysen. 
There are 22 Vice Presidents, residing in 14 States. 
Corresponding Secretary, Rev. John C. Brig ham, 

D. D. 

Financial Secretary, Rev. Noah Levings, D. D. 
Treasurer. William Whitlock, Jr. 



SOCIETIES. 119 

General Agent and, Assistant Treasurer, Joseph 
Hyde. 

Auditors, John Aspingwall, B .L. Woolley, Gabriel 
P. Disoswey. 

HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY. 

Twenty-first Annual Report. 
President, Henry D wight, Esq. of Geneva, N. Y. 
Vice Presidents, 39. Directors, 50, 
Treasurer, Jasper Corning. 
Auditor, Caleb O. Halsted. 

Corresponding Secretaries, Rev. Milton Badger, D. d., 
Rev. Charles Hall. 
Recording Secretary, Christopher R. Robert. 
Assistant Treasurer, H. W. Ripley. 

TRUSTEES OF THE CONGREGATIONAL MISS. SO- 
CIETY OF CONN. 

Rev. Joel Hawes, d. d., Seth Terry, Rev. Dr. Tucker, 
Elisha Stearns, Henry White, Rev. S. Spring, Rev. T. 
P. Gillett, Rev. A. Bond, D.*b., Edward Goodwin. 

Treasurer, Francis Parsons. 

Auditor. Rev, H. Hooker. 



COLLECTORS OF MONEYS IN THE RESPECTIVE 
CONGREGATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS. 

Hartford, North, S. H Allen; Centre, W. W. Pat- 
ton; South, J. A. Smith; New Haven, West, A.M. 
Train; East, S. W. S. Dutton ; New London, H. P. 
Arms: Fairfield, West, J. A. Hawley ; East, J. S. Whit- 
tlesey; Windham, J E. Tyler; Litchfield, North, S. T. 
Seeley; South, H. D. Kitchel; Middlesex, D. S. Brain- 
erd ; Tolland, D. Bancroft. 



OFFICERS OF THE BAPTIST CONVENTION. 

President, Rev. Robert Turnbull. 

Vice President, Rev. William G. Howard. 

Secretary, Rev. E. Cushman. 



120 SOCIETIES. 

Treasurer, Wareham Griswold. 

Auditor, Chauncey G. Smith. 

Trustees, D. Ives, J. S. Swan, G. Read, A. Gates, B. 
Cook, C. S. Weaver, A. Parker, A. E. Denison, Win. 
Reid, H. R. Knapp. 

OFFICERS OF THE CONNECTICUT BAPTIST EDU- 
CATION SOCIETY. 

President, Rev. A G. Palmer. 
Vice Presidents, Rev. G. Robins, Rev. H. Miller. 
Secretary, Rev. J. R. Stone. 
Treasurer, J. W. Dimock. 

Trustees, E. Cushman, L. G. Leonard, R. K. Bella- 
my, R. Tumbril, W. G. Howard. 

CONNECTICUT ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIEN- 
CES, NEW HAVEN. 

President, James Murdock. 

Vice President, Denison Olmsted. 

Council, Eli W. Blake, Eleazer T. Fitch, Josiah W. 
Gibbs, Edward E. Salisbury, Edward C. Her rick. 

Corresponding Secretaries, Jonathan Knight, Charles 
Hooker, Theodore D. Woolsey, Francis Bradley. 

Recording Secretary and Treasurer, Francis Bradley. 

I librarian, Edward C. Herrick. 

Committee of Publication, Anthony D, Stanley, Eli 
W. Blake, Josiah W. Gibbs. Incorporated October, 
1799. 

Annual meeting fourth Wednesday in October. 



(American) philological society. 

Incorporated 1844. 
President, James L. Kingsley. 
Vice President, James IVlurdock. 
Corresponding Secratary, Edward E. Salisbury. 
Recording Secretary, James Hadley. 
Tieasurer, Noah Porter. 
Librarian, Thomas A, Thacher. 



SOCIETIES. 121 

Executive Committee, Josiah W. Gibbs, William A. 
Larned, Edward E. Salisbury, William Tully, Theo- 
dore D. Woolsey. 

Annual meeting, on Friday after Commencement, (in 
Yale College.) 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

President, Hon. Thomas Day. 

Vice Presidents, Prof. J. L. Kingsley, Rev. D. D. 
Field, d. d., D. S. Boardman, Esq., Hon. John S. Peters, 
J. M'Clellan, Esq., Rev. E. Hall, C. W. Rockwell, Esq., 
J. Ward, Esq. 

Con expanding Secretary, Samuel H. Parsons. 

Recording Secretary, Charles Hosmer. 

Treasurer, James B. Hosmer. 

Standing Committee, Rev. L. Bacon, d. d., E. Smith, 
Rev. George Burgess, d. d., C. H. Olmsted, E. C. Her- 
rick, H. Barnard, 2d, G. Brinley, Jr. 



YALE NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY- 

Founded 1832. 

President, Eli Ives. 

Council, Benjamin Silliman, Charles Hooker, Jona- 
than Knight, Charles U. Shepard, 

Secretary and Treasurer, Benjamin Silliman. 
Librarian, Edward C. Herrick. 



LAND SURVEYORS OF CONNECTICUT. 

James N. Palmer, New Haven, Surveyor General. 
County of Hartford, Nathaniel Goodwin, Nathan 
Starkweather, Seth Marsh, Hartford ; Henry Talcott, 
W. Hartford. 

New London, Asa Roath, Norwich. 

Fairfield, Harvey Smith, Ridgefield. 

Windham, Zepheniah Palmer, Windham. 

Litchfield, William M. Burrall, Canaan.- 

Middlesex, Ebenezer B. White, Portland. 

Tolland, Novatus Chapman, Tolland. 



122 CITIES. 



INCORPORATED CITIES. 

HARTFORD- 

Philip Ripley, Mayor. 



i Judges. 



Aldermen, 
D. F. Robinson, 
Barzillai Hudson, 
T. M. Allyn. 
Charles Shepard. 

Common Council. 

Joseph Church, Charles Goodwin, Gurdon Fox, Ebe- 
nezer Flower, Perry Smith, Roswell Brown, Edwin D. 
Tiffany, William B. Ely, Ezra Clark, Jr , Charles Ben- 
ton, Calvin Day, Samuel Woodruff, Hoyt Freeman, Jas- 
B. Shultas, Orrin Smith, John H. Goodwin, Josiah S. 
Rice, James Bolter, Samuel E. Chapman, Edward But- 
ton. 

City Clerk, Henry Francis, 

Treasurer, Nathaniel Goodwin. 

Collector, Henry Hastings. 

City Sheriffs, Henry Hastings, Henry Moore. 

Auditor ', J. C. Walkley. 

NEW HAVEN. 
Henry Peck, Mayor. 
Judges and Aldermen. 
Marcus Merriman ; Jr., At water Treat. 
Jonathan Nicholson, K w 
Wyllis Bristol, ) 

City Court for the City of New Haven. 
William B. Bristol, Recorder ; Marcus Merriman, Jr« 
Atwater Treat, Aldermen and Judges ; Henry G. Lewisj 
Clerk ; Scovill Hinman, Joseph Fa ire hi Id, City Sheriffs; 
Sessions first Tuesday in each month. 

Common Council. 
Matthew G. Elliott, Elihu Sanford, Jr., Benjamin Sii" 
Jiman, Jr., Henry Trowbridge, Jr., James T. Heming- 



CITIES. 



123 



way, Lucius G. Peck, Harris Smith, William Jennings, 
Bela Lord, Samuel B. Go r ham, Wooster Hotchkiss, Lu- 
cius R. Finch, Benjamin Beecher, Jr., Alexander Storer, 
Minott A. Osborn, Silas I. Baldwin, Avery C. Babcock, 
Ezekiel Hayes, Augustus Smith, Horace J. Morton. 
City Clerk, Joseph Wood. 
Collector, Gardner Morse. 
Treasurer, AmosTownsend, Jr. 
Auditor, Enos A. Piescott. 

City Sheriffs, Scovill Hinman. Joseph Fairchild. 
Annual City Meeting, Monday preceding 1st Tuesday 
in June. 

NEW LONDON. 

John P. C. Mather, Mayor. 

Aldermen and Judges, 

William Miner, Thomas Fitch, 2d. 

Edw. H. Learned, \ Mdermen , 
N. S. Perkins, Jr. J 

Common Council. 
James H. Turner, Wm. P. Benjamin, William Holt, 
Eph. H. Douglass, Wm. Albertson, John Clark, Isaac 
A. Avery, Alfred Hemstead, Charles Tread way. 
City Clerk, Edwin R. Belden. 
City Sheriffs, Elisha Douglass, Joshua Hamilton. 
City Agent, Andrew C. Lippitt. 
Treasurer , Edward P rent is. 

Guagers, Elijah Ames, Nathaniel Saltonstall, Ephr. 
Gh esebrough. 

NORWICH. 
John Dunham, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
James L. Day, Edward Chappell, William A. Buck- 
ingham, B. W Tompkins. 

Common Council. 
Amos W. Prentice, J. A. Griswold, James M. Hun- 
tington, James B. Bromley, Amos E. Cobb, Jedediah 
Leavens, Timothy P. Norton, William Tubbs. 



124 



BOROUGHS. 



David Youn^, Clerk, and Clerk of City Court. 

George Perkins, City Attorney. 

Z. R. Robbins, E. W. Eells, Sheriffs. 

City Court holden 2d Monday in each month. 

MIDDLETOWN. 

Horace Clark, Mayor. 
Samuel Cooper, Recorder. 
Aldermen. 
William Woodward. Thos. Miner, Sylvester Adams, 
D. H. Chase. 

Common Council. 
Benjamin Douglass, Joseph Lewis, Arnold Watson, 
Nathaniel Smith, Eli Martin, O. Utley, Evan Davis, 
Benjamin Butler, R A. Pease. 

Clerk and Treasurer, E. B. Tompkins. 
Sheriffs, Nehemiah H. Closson, J. C. Beebe. 
City Court held on the 2d Tuesday in each month. 
Annual Meeting, 3d Monday in January. 

BRIDGEPORT. 

Sherwood Sterling, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Daniel Thatcher, Bissell Tomlinson, Hanford Lyon, 
Alexander Hamilton. 
Clerk, Stephen Hawley. 
Treasurer, Joseph Thompson. 
Sheriffs, J. B. Whiting, John Stevenson. 
Annual Meeting, first Monday in October. 



BOROUGHS. 

NORWALK. 

Ward-en, Stiles Curtis. Burgesses, Samuel Jarvis, 
Charles Sherry, Milton Durand, W. B. Swan, William 
St. John, George J. Lally. Clerk, Stephen Olmsted. 
Treasurer, William G. Street, Bailij}, Charles B. 
Mott. Prosecutor, O. S. Terry. 



BOROUGHS. 125 

DANBURY. 

Warden, Samuel W. Jennings. Burgesses, Anson 
Cornwall, Frederick S. Wildman, David D. Wildman, 
Edgar S. Tweedy, Eli H. Mallory, William Montgom- 
ery, Daniel S. Bettys. Treasurer, David P. Nichols. 
Bailiff, William H. Banks. Clerk, William P. Corn- 
stock. 

STAMFORD. 

Warden, Chauncey Ayres. Burgesses, Oliver Scofield, 
David Holly, David W. Smith, Andrew Perry, Robert 
H. Lockwood, John A. Ingraham, Benjamin J. Daskam. 
Cleik, Joseph P. Tobias. Treasurer, Stephen B. Pro- 
vost Agent, William T. Minor. 

Annual Meeting, first Monday in May. 

LITCHFIELD VILLAGE. 

President, Josiah G. Beck with. Clerk, Payne Ken- 
yon Kilbourn. Treasurer, Charles L. Webb, Bailiff, 
Moses Morse. 

ESSEX. 

Warden, Gurdon Smith. Burgesses, Cornelius R. 
Doan, Henry L. Champlin, Samuel Ingham, Henry C. 
Wooster, Edward W. Pratt, Ezra D. Post. Clerk and 
Treasurer, John G. Hayden. Bailiff, Sylvester Mun- 
ger. 

WORTHINGTON. 

Warden, S C. Wilcox. Burgesses, Joseph Whiting, 
William Bulkley, James Guernsey, B. R. Fanning, 
Timothy Board man. Clerk, Alfred North. 

STONINGTON. 

Warden, Charles T. Stanton. Burgesses, B. Pomeroy, 
A. Sienton, G. C. Smith, Hiram Shaw, Benjamin Pen- 
dleton, O. Doty. Clerk and Treasurer, O. York. Bailiff, 
Charles H. Allen. 

Borough meeting, last Saturday in March. 



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132 MILITIA. 

iHUittct of (JTonnertkut. 

His Excellency, CLARK BISSELL, Captain General and Com- 
mander-in-Chief. 

Lieut. Col. Lucius G. Peck, \ . . , , 

Lieut. Col. Thomas L. Stedman, j Alds - de - cam P- 
His Honor, CHARLES J. McCURDY, Lieutenant General 
Major Hiram Willey, I 
Major Henry G. Lewis, \ Alds de camp ' 

General George P. Shelton, Adjutant General. 
* Lieut. Col. William B. Ely, dr. Master General. 
Lieut. Col. James Ward, Commissary General. 
Major Wm. H. H. Comstock, Pay Master General. 

GOVERNOR'S GUARDS. 

I Henry Board man, Major Commandant. 
William Gillett, Captain, and 1st Lieutenant. 
Sylvester Lyman, 2d Lieutenant. 
Hiram Shepard, Cornet. 
George D. Gates, Quarter Master. 

' William Conner, Jr., Major Commandant. 
nd Normand Hollister, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 
■g <o J Leverett Seymour, 2d Lieutenant. 
jg "S 1 James G. Wells, 3d Lieutenant. 
K Frederick L. Gleason, 4th Lieutenant. 
[ Alvord Shepard, Ensign. 

^ a f Joshua Barnes, Jr., Major Commandant 
| | J Bayard W. Barnes, Captain and 1st Lieutenant. 
M 53 j Jared S. Barnes, 2d Lieutenant. 

£ 1^ James M. Ford, Cornet. 

a f Russoll W. Norton, Major Commandant, 
o 1 J Walter Stickney, Captain and 1st Lieutenant 
(g S3 J William D. Hendrick, 2d Lieutenant. 

^ ^ Hart Z. Norton, 3d Lieutenant. 

From the annual report of the Quarter Master General to the 
General Assembly, it appears that the expenses of the department 
for the year ending with the month of March last, have been 
$823 78. One hundred and twenty-five muskets and seventy 
rifles have been distributed to the militia during the past year, and 
ninety-six muskets and thirty-nine rifles have been received into 
the arsenal from the militia. In addition to the ordinance and 
arms now deposited in the State Arsenal, there is in the posses- 



MILITIA. 133 

ision of the militia of the State, 14 six and three pound brass 
guns; 28 six and 1 three pound iron guns; 6684 muskets ; 413 
rifles; 130 pistols, and 45 sabres. 

Extract from Military Law, passed 1847. 

"All persons, except commissioned or warrant officers and 
members of uniform companies duly organized, may annually 
Commute for military duty by paying to the collector of State tax- 
es in the town in which he resides the sum of one dollar between 
the first day of January and first day of May. Such Collector 
shall give duplicate receipts therefor, and such receipts or his 
return thereof shall be the sole evidence of such exemption." 

" Any person subject to military duty who shall have been en- 
rolled and duly notified thereof, who shall neither volunteer into 
some uniformed company nor pay to the collector of State taxea 
the commutation of one dollar, as is provided in the preceding sec- 
tion of this act, shall pay a fine of four dollars, to be recovered 
by warrant from the commanding officer of the regiment in the 
limits of which such person resides." 

There shall be paid, for services rendered annually, to every 
commissioned and non commissioned officer, musician and pri- 
vate, for every day actually on duty at any parade required by 
law, not to exceed one dollar and fifty cents each. 

MILITARY DIVISION. 

FRANCIS BACON, Major General. 



Major Philo M Judson, > Aids . de . c 
Major D wight Morris, ) r 



Lieut. Col. John C. Hollister, Division Inspector. 
Major Aaron C. Goodman, Division Or. Master. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 1st, 3d, 5th, and 7th Regiments. 

NATHAN M. WATERMAN, Brigadier General, 

Dewitt C. Freeman, Aid-de-Camp. 

George S. Lincoln, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Virgil D. Cornish, Brigade Quarter Master. 

SECOND BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 2d, 4=th, 6th, and 8th Regiments. 

WILLIAM T. KING, Sharon, Brigadier General. 

George A. Bissell, Norwalk, Aid-de-Camp. 

William B. E. Lockwood, Norwalk, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Chauncey Taylor, Norwalk, Brigade Quarter Master. 

Frederick Lockwood, Southport, Brigade Surgeon. 



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144 BANKS. 



BANKS. 

HARTFORD BANK. 

David F. Robinson, President. 
Henry A. Perkins, Cashier. 

Directors — David F. Robinson, Charles F. Northam, 
James B. Hosmer, Barzillai Hudson, Hezekiah B. 
Chaffee, James Cowles, Francis Parsons, James M. 
Bunce, Robert Buell, Calvin Day, Erastus Ellsworth. 

State Director, E. G. Howe. 

Attorney, Francis Parsons. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 

Annual Meeting, second Thursday in June. 

Dividends, semi-annually, in June and December. 

Capital Stock, $1,134,600. 

PHOENIX BANK. 

George Beach, President. 
John L. Bunce, Cashier. 

Directors — George Beach, Thomas Day, Samuel S. 
Ward, Junius S. Morgan, Seth J. North, Samuel Tudor, 
Henry Shepard, Lawson C. Ives, William T. Lee, Den- 
ison Morgan, Julius Catlin. 

Attorney, Walter Mitchell. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 

Annual Meeting, first Tuesday in September. 

Dividends, semi-annually, in March and September. 

Capital Stock, $1,283,000. 

BRANCH AT LITCHFIELD. 

Theron Beach, President. 
G. F. Davis, Cashier. 
Directors — Theron Beach, George C. Woodruff, Ori- 
gen S. Seymour, Chas. L. Webb, Lemuel Hurlbut, John 
DeForest, Jason Whiting. 
Attorney, O. S. Seymour. 



BANKS. 145 

CONNECTICUT RIVER BANKING COMPANT. 

William H. Imlay, President. 
Edwin Spencer, Cashier. 
E. S. Bliss, Teller. 
Directors — William H. Imlay, Alfred Smith, Daniel 
Buck, Joseph Church, Miles A. Tuttle, Chester Bulk- 
ley, G, M. Bartholomew, Daniel P. Crosby, John F. 
Judd. 

Attorney, Francis Parsons. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Annual Meeting, first Tuesday in January. 
Capital Stock, $250,000. 

FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK. 

Horace Goodwin, 2d, President. 
William T. Hooker, Cashier. 

Directors — Horace Goodw T in, 2d, Joseph Pratt, Lu- 
ther Loomis, Samuel G. Savage, Elbridge Cutler, Hor- 
ace Belden, Henry Keeney, James Goodwin, Henry 
Thompson, Walter ^ease, Jr., Charles Boswell, Giles 
P. Grant, C. N. Humphrey. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 

Dividends, semi-annually, in May and November. 

Annual Meeting, first Tuesday in May. 

Capital Stock, $540,500, with liberty to increase to 
$1,500,000. 

EXCHANGE BANK. 

Roderick Terry, President. 
Elisha Colt, Cashier. 

Directors — Roderick Terrv, Daniel W. Clark, Wm. 
W. Ellsworth, Albert W. Butler, Charles F. Pond, 
Chauncey Ives, Solomon Porter, Ezra Clark, Jr., S. B. 
Hamilton, James Dixon, Abner Case, E. B. Hull, John 
O. Pettibone. 

Attorney, Francis Fellowes. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 

Annual Meeting, second Tuesday in July. 

Capital Stock, $524,880; paid in $400,000. 

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146 BANKS. 

HARTFORD SAVINGS SOCIETY. 

Ward Woodbridge, President. 

Harvey Seymour, Secretary. 

Reuben Langdon, Treasurer. 

Olcott Allen, Assistant Treasurer. 
Vice Presidents— James H. Wells, Cyprian Nichols, 
Samuel Tudor, James B. Hosmer, Charles Hosmer, 
Barzillai Hudson, Thomas K. Brace, Stephen Spencer, 
Solomon Porter, Charles Seymour, Henry A. Perkins. 
Trustees — Albert Day, Francis Parsons, Charles 
Sheldon, John W. Bull, Haynes L. Porter, Jesse Sav- 
age, Amos M. Collins, Edward Goodwin, EzraS. Ham- 
ilton, William Rogers, Calvin Day, Wm. T. Hooker, 
Edmund G. Howe, Henry Perkins, Harvey Seymour, 
Gideon Welles, Benjamin W. Greene, Albert W. But- 
ler, Joseph Church, Edwin Spencer, Elisha Colt, 
Charles Boswell, Daniel P. Crosby, Timothy Williams. 
Annual Meeting in June, and semi-annual meeting 
in December. 

NEW HAVEN BANK. 

Incorporated 1792. 
Hervey Sanford. President. 
Amos Townsend, Jr., Cashier. 
Directors — Hervey Sanford, Caleb Brintnall, Roger 
S. Baldwin, Henry Trowbridge, Timothy Bishop, Zebul 
Bradley, Enos Sperry, Augustus R. Street, E. B. M. 
Hughes. 

Annual Meeting first Thursday in July. 

Hours of business from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Offering days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Directors' Meeting, Monday and Thursday evenings. 

Capital Stock, $364,000. 

mechanic's bank, new haven. 

Incorporated May, 1824. 
John Fitch, President. 
John W. Fitch, Cashier. 



BANKS. 147 

Directors — John Fitch, Elihu Sanford, Henry White, 
Caleb Mix, Nathaniel F. Thompson, Elias Hotchkiss, 
Le Grand Cannon, Simeon Marble, Thomas R. Trow- 
bridge. 

Annual Meeting; 1st Monday in July. 

Capital Stock, $300,000. 

Discount days, Mondays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. 

CITY BANK, NEW HAVEN. 

Incorporated May, 1831. 
Ezra C. Read, President. 
Stephen D. Pardee, Cashier. 
Directors — Ezra C. Read, William Johnson, David 
Daggett, Zelotes Day, Dennis Kimberly, Joseph E. 
Sheffield, Sherman Smith, John Bradley, Charles A. 
Judson. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Monday in July. 

Directors Meeting, Tuesdays and Fridays, at 9 A. M. 

Capital Stock, $500,000. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY BANK. 

Incorporated May, 18'M. 
Henry Hotchkiss, President. 
Ransom Burritt, Cashier. 
Directors — Henry Hotchkiss, Lewis Hotchkiss, Elam 
Hull, Smith Tuttle, Matthew G. Eliott, Leverett Gris- 
wold, William B. Bristol, Willis Bristol, Charles P. 
Hubbell. 

State Director, Nathan Smith. 
Annual Meeting, first Wednesday in July. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays 
Hours of business from 10 A. M. to 3 P.M. 
Capital Stock, $500,000. 



148 BANKS. 

NEW HAVEN SAVINGS BANK. 

Chartered May, 1838. 
Henry White, President. 

Vice Presidents — Leverett Griswold, Elihu Atwater, 
Elihu Sanford, Wooster Hotchkiss. 

Trustees — Marcus Merriman, Jr., Henry Hotchkiss, 
Amos Townsend, Jr., Stephen D. Pardee, Henry Peck, 
John Durrie, William H. Ellis. 

William G. Hooker, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Auditors— Marcus Merriman, Jr., Henry Hotchkiss, 
Hervey Sanford. 

Loaning Committee — Wooster Hotchkiss, Elihu At- 
water, John Durrie, John W. Fitch, Amos Town- 
send, Jr. 

Deposits made from October 1st to December 25th 
commence drawing interest January 1st. From Janu- 
ary 1st to March 25th, April 1st. From April 1st to 
June 25th, July 1st. From July 1st to September 25th, 
October 1st. 

Interest paid twice a year, in January and July. 

MERIDEN BANK. 

Walter Booth, President. 
John A. Butler, Cashier. 
Directors — Walter Booth, Ashbel Griswold, Noah 
Pomeroy, Samuel Yale, Enos H. Curtiss, Russel Coe, 
Henry C. Butler, Ira N. Yale, Asa Hubbard. 
Discount day, Wednesday. 
Capital Stock, {$150,000. 
Attorney — Benjamin Andrews. 
Annual Meeting, first Monday in November. 

UNION BANK, NEW LONDON. 

Jonathan Starr, President. 

Joseph C. Sistare, Cashier. 
Directors — Jonathan Starr, Robert Coit, John 0. 
Miner, Felix Ansart, James Morgan, Bela Peck, Alfred 
White, William Marvin, Joseph C. Sistare, Nathaniel 
Matson, Richard McCurdy, Leonard Coit, Russell 
Bailey. 



BANKS. 149 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 to 
4 P. M. 
Annual Meeting, first Thursday in June. 
Capital Stock, $100,000. 

NEW LONDON BANK. 

Ezra Chappell, President. 
E. F. Dutton, Cashier. 

Directors — Ezra Chappell, Jacob B. Gurley, Isaac 
Thompson, Jonathan Coit, Asa Otis, Stephen J. Lord, 
John Hudson, William P. Benjamin, D. O. Brainard, 
A. N. Ramsdell. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 
to 4 P. M. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Tuesday in July. 

Capital Stock, $300,000. 

WHALING BANK. 

Peter C. Turner, President. 
Joseph C. Douglass, Cashier. 

Directors — Peter C. Turner. Joseph Lawrence, John 
Brandegee, W. A. Weaver, Abner Bassett, Acors 
Barnes, Gilbert Rogers, F. W. Holt, Charles J. McCur- 
dy, BeltonA. Copp, Lyman Allyn. 

Attorney, Andrew C. Lippett. 

Capital Stock, $300,000. 

Discount days, Mondays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 
to 4 P. M. 

Annual Meeting, first Monday in July. 

NEW LONDON SAVINGS BANK. 

Ebenezer Learned, President. 

Vice Presidents — Robert Coit, Jonathan Starr, Asa 
Otis. 

Directors — Archibald Mercer, Charles S. Stockman, 
Thomas W. Williams, Joseph C. Sistare, Francis AUyn. 

Joseph C. Sistare, Treasurer and Secretary. 

Annual Meeting, first Tuesday in June, 



150 BANKS. 



NORWICH BANK. 

Charles Johnson, President. 
Frank Johnson, Cashier. 

Directors— J G. W. Trumbull, Nathaniel Shipman, 
Jedediah Huntington, John I sham, Jacob W. Kinney, 
Joseph Williams, George Bliss, Patrick Fanning, Henry 
Strong, Joseph Otis, J. W. Huntington, Russel Hub- 
bard, Charles Johnson. 

On the part of the State, Charles Coit. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Capital Stock, $210,000. 

Attorney. George Perkins. 

Annual Meeting in June. 

Dividend in January and July. 

THAMES BANK, NORWICH. 

Edward Whiting, President. 

L. Brewer, Cashier. 

C. H. Brewer, Teller. 
Directors — Edward ^ Whiting, Adam Larrabee, Na- 
thaniel Parish, Bucklin Mathewson, James Stedman, 
John F. Slater, Franklin Nichol. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Annual Meeting, 4th Monday in June. 
Dividend in March and September. 
Capital Stock, $200,000. 

QUINEBAUG BANK, NORWICH. 

Samuel C. Morgan, President. 
Charles White, Cashier. 

Directors — Samuel C. Morgan, Henry B. Norton, 
Frederick Prentice, Erastus Williams, Joseph A. Yer- 
ington John G. Huntington, Edward Y. Thomas, Roger 
Huntington, Ashbel Woodward, Shubael Morgan. 

Attorney, Samuel C. Morgan. 

Capital Stock, $250,000. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Dividends, June and December. 



BANKS. 151 



MERCHANTS' BANK, NORWICH. 

William Williams, President. 
Joel W. White, Cashier. 
Gerard Carpenter, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — William Williams, Stephen Fitch, Epa- 
phras Porter, Lewis Hyde, John Brewster, Elijah A. 
Bill, H. B. Buckingham, Roswell Morgan, Samuel 
Tyler, Henry B. Tracy, A. B. Isham, Joseph Tyler, 
William Callyhan, George Hill, John H. Townsend. 
On the part of the State, L. F. S. Foster. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Hours of business, from 6 A. M. to 6 P, M. 
Capital Stock, $156,921. 

SAVINGS SOCIETY, NORWICH. 

Henry Strong, President. 

Vice Presidents — Joseph Williams, Roger Hunting- 
ton, Russell Hubbard, L. F. S. Foster. 

Directors — Charles Johnson, Jedediah Leavens, John 
Johnson, Lewis Hyde, Patrick Fanning, Benjamin W. 
Tompkins, John Dunham, Joel W. White, Ebenezer 
Learned, Jr. 

Treasurer and Secretary, F. A. Perkins, 

Attorney, George Perkins. 

Dividends, January and July. 

Annual Meeting, 15th of June. 

Deposits received every day during bank hours. 

JEWETT CITY BANK. 

David Smith, President. 
John Johnson, Cashier. 
Capital Stock, §80,000. 

MYSTIC BANK. 

Elisha Faxon, President. 
George W. Noyes, 2d., Cashier. 
Directors — Elisha Faxon, Elias Brown, Mason Man- 
ning, Elisha Haley, Silas Beebe, William P. Randall, 
Henry Harding, Jeremiah Holmes, John W. Mull, 
Greenman. 



152 BANKS. 

Attorney, Charles Sabin. 

Annual Meeting, first Monday in July. 

Discount day, Tuesdays. 

Capital Stock, $ 51 ,700. 

STON1NGTON BANK. 

Ephraim Williams, President, 

Francis Amy, Cashier. 
Directors — No returns. 

Annual Meeting, first Monday in September. 
Discount day, Wednesdays. 
• Capital Stock, $58,950. 

BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Sylvanus Sterling, President. 
George Burroughs, Cashier. 
A. C. Randall, Teller. 
Directors— Hanford Lyon, Charles B. Hubbell, Sher- 
man Hartwell, Joseph Bartram, Henry Beers, Stephen 
Tomlinson, Samuel F. Hurd. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital Stock, $200,000. 

CONNECTICUT BANK. 

Daniel Thatcher, President. 
Charles Foot, Cashier. 
Directors — Reuben Tweedy, Nathaniel Wade, Daniel 
Fayerweather, Lemuel Coleman, Eben Fanchild, P. C. 
Calhoun, Joseph Brooks, Seth B. Jones. 
Attorney, W. H. Noble. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital Stock, $300,000. 

CONNECTICUT BRANCH BANK, SOUTHPORT. 

Jessup Alvord, President. 

Willis Atwater, Cashier. 
Directors — Charles Perry, Simeon Sherwood, Jona- 
than Buckley, Lott Buckley, Alva Gray, William 
Buckley. 



BANKS. 



BRIDGEPORT SAVINGS BANK. 



153 



Smith Tweedy, President. 

Vice Presidents — Silvanus Sterling, F. C. Bassett, 
Sherman Hartwell, Sherwood Sterling. 

Directors — Lemuel Coleman, R. S. Nicholas, Mark 
Moore, S. F. Hurd, Elihu Beach, Henry Shelton, J. 
B. Sanford, George Wade, Joseph Thompson, W. H. 
Noble, Hanford Lyon, Samuel Niles, George Sterling, 
L. H. Russell, Thomas Hawley, N. S. Wordin. 

George Sterling, Secretary and Treasurer. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY BANK. 

Algernon E. Beard, President. 
Thomas Warner, Jr., Cashier. 
Directors — Joseph W. Hubbell, William S. Lock- 
wood, Charles Isaacs, Charles Thomas, William K. 
James, James Mallory. 

State Director, Eli B. Bennett. 
Attorney, Thomas B. Butler. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital Stock, $177,300. 

STAMFORD BANK. 

John W. Leeds, President. 
Samuel K. Satterlee, Cashier. 
Directors — Theodore Davenport, John W. Leeds, 
Stephen B. Provost, Sands Adams, John Dean, EzraH. 
Bishop, Joseph Brush, Stephen Hoyt, Jr., James Mal- 
lory. 

Attorney, Charles Hawley. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital Stock, $100,000. 

DANBURY BANK. 

Samuel Tweedy, President. 

Aaron Seeley, Cashier. 
Directors— Samuel Tweedy, Reuben Booth, Eli T. 
Hoyt, Samuel Stebbins, Lucius P. Hoyt, Abner Gil- 
bert, Seeley Barnum. 



154 BANKS. 

WINDHAM BANK. 

John Baldwin, President. 
Samuel Bingham, Cashier. 

Directors — John Baldwin, John Webb, Levi John- 
son, John A. Perkins, John Tracy, Joel W. White, H. 
S. Walcott, Philip Pearl, Harvey Winchester, Jepthah 
Geer, John S. Peters. 

Attorney, J. Baldwin. 

Discount day, every Wednesday. 

Annual Meeting, second Wednesday in September. 

Capital Stock, $60,000. 

WINDHAM COUNTY BANK, BROOKLYN. 

Joseph Eaton, President. 

Charles White, Cashier. 
Discount day, every Wednesday. 
Capital Stock, $80,000. 

THOMPSON BANK. 

Talcott Crosby, President. 
Joseph B. Gay, Cashier. 

Directors — William H. Mason, William Read, Jona- 
than Nichols, Simon Davis, Talcott Crosby, Erastus 
Knight, Hezekiah S. Ramsdell, Horatio Holbrook, 
John F. Williams, Nathan Williams, Jr., Rufus S. 
Mathewson. 

Attorney — Simon Davis. 

Discount day, Tuesday. 

Annual Meeting, second Tuesday in October. 

Capital Stock, §60,000. 

IRON BANK, CANAAN. 

Incorporated 1847. 
William H. Walton, President. 
Directors— William H. Walton, Timothy Chittenden, 
Alexander H. Holley, Leonard Richardson, Lee Can- 
field, E. Grove Lawrence, Samuel Hurlbut, Augustus 
Miles, Charles Sears. 



BANKS. 155 

MIDDLETOWN BANK. 

John H. Watkinson, President. 
Frederic L. Gleason, Cashier. 

Directors — Samuel D. Hubbard, J. H. Watkinson, 
Henry G. Hubbard, Erastus Brainard, Wm. J. Trench, 
Eben Wilcox, John H. Sumner, Hiram Birdsey, Alfred 
Southmayd, Hezekiah Scovil, Elias Lewis. 

Attorney, Jonathan Barnes. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Annual Meeting, first Thursday in January. 

Dividends in January and July. 

Hours of business, from 9 to 12 A. M., and from 2 to 
4 P. M. 

Capital Stock, $369,300. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY BANK. 

Charles R. Sebor, President. 
WilliamS. Camp, Cashier. 

Directors — Charles R. Sebor, John Stewart, Eli Wil- 
cox, Daniel Russell, Henry D. Smith. Edwin F. John- 
son, Asa Hubbard, Austin Baldwin, L. D. Vansands? 
David Harrison, Jonathan Kilbourn, Jr., Dyer Ames, Jr. 

Attorney, Jonathan Barnes. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Annual Meeting, first Wednesday in July. 

Hours of business, from 9 to 12 A. M., and from 2 to 
4 P.M. 

Capital Stock, $220,800. 

MIDDLETOWN SAVINGS BANK. 

Joseph Taylor, President. 

Vice Presidents — Charles Woodward, JohnH. Sum- 
ner. 

Directors — Alfred Southmayd, Edmund Hughes, Da- 
vid Harrison, Elijah Lucas. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Henry Carrington. 

Clerk— E. S. Hubbard. 



156 BANKS. 

EAST HADDAM BANK. 

John C. Palmer, President. 
Thomas. C Boardman, Cashier. 
Directors — William Palmer, John C. Palmer, Timo- 
thy Green, Joshua L'Hommedieu, Samuel Arnold, 2d., 
Charles Arnold, Jedediah R. Gardner, Joseph Good- 
speed, William Palmer, Jr., Richard S. Pratt, George 
E. Goodspeed, Richard W. Miller, Oliver Warner. 
Discount days, every Monday. 
Capital Stock, $75,000. 

TOLLAND COUNTY BANK. 

JohnH. Brockway, President. 
Jonathan R. Flynt, Cashier. 
Directors — John H. Brockway, Wyllis Gilbert, David 
Johnson, Ariel Ladd, Miner Grant, Hiram Rider, 
Oliver H. King, Billings Grant, Jonathan R. Flynt. 
Annual Meeting, third Monday in October. 
Capital Stock, §80,000. 

SAVINGS BANK, TOLLAND. 

George Kellogg, President. 
Directors — Loren P. Waldo, Jeremiah Parish, Ariel 
Ladd, John H. Brockway, Zalmon A. Storrs. 
Secretary — Oliver K. Isham. 
Treasurer— Jonathan R. Flynt. 
Annual Meeting, fourth Monday in June. 
Office in Tolland County Bank. 

BANK COMMISSIONERS. 

Nelson Brewster, John Dunham, Henry Huggins. 

BANK DIRECTORS ON THE PART OF THE STATE. 

Connecticut Bank, — Lewis H. Russell. 
New London Bank, — Peter D. Irish. 
Middletown Bank, — Benjamin Douglass. 
Middlesex Bank, — George W. Harris. 
New Haven Bank, — Henry Trowbridge. 
New Haven Connty Bank, — Nathan Smith. 
Bridgeport Bank, — Daniel Hatch. 



BANKS. 157 

Danbury Bank, — William Montgomery. 
Fairfield County Bank,— Eli B. Bennett. 
Hartford Bank, — Edmund G. Howe. 
Windham Bank, — Justin Swift. 
Norwich Bank, — George Coit. 
Exchange Bank, — Samuel Woodruff, Wm. Isham. 
Farmers and Mechahics Bank, — Alfred Gill, Lyman 
Stockbridge. 

Phoenix Bank, — L. B. Hanks, L. Boswell. 
Tolland County Bank,— Elijah W. Smith. 
Merchants Bank, — La Fayette S. Foster. 

ABSTRACT OF THE BANK COMMISSIONERS REPORT. 

The report of the Commissioners to the General 
Assembly, represents the Banks to be in a sound, 
healthy and safe condition. During the year, every 
bank in the State has made at least, its customary divi- 
dends, averaging 3f per cent, semi-annually. The 
resources and liabilities of the thirty-two banks and 
branches are as follows : 



RESOURCES. 

Specie, 

Bills of other Banks, 
Checks and cash items, 
Due from Banks, 
Due from brokers, 
Over drafts, 
Stocks, . . . 
Real estate, 
Bills discounted, 



$462,165 53 

227,481 00 

43,139 02 

1,250,410 91 

332,542 20 

' 17,943 51 

301,901 93 

349,044 89 

12,781,857 43 



Aggregate resources, . .' . $15,766,486 42 

LIABILITIES. 

Circulation, $4,437,631 06 

Deposits, 1,751,655 26 

Due other Banks, .... 245,816 S8 

Dividends unpaid, .... 31,266 59 

Other liabilities, 7,809 79 



Aggregate of liabilities, . . $6,474,179 58 



158 BANKS. 

The immediate liabilities of the banks on the first of 
April, were as follows :— Circulation, $4,437,631 06; 
deposits, #1,751,655 26 ; due banks, $245,816 88; un- 
paid dividends, $31,266 59— total $6,466,369 79. The 
immediate resources were — specie, $462,165 53 ; bills 
of other banks and cash items, $270,618 02 ; due from 
banks, $1,250,410 91 ; due from brokers, $332,542 20, 
total, $2,315,736 66. The present available means of 
the banks, putting the stocks held by them into the 
estimate, are about thirty-seven per cent, of their lia- 
bilities — the year precedingthey were less than twenty- 
eight per cent. 

Every bank in the State, after making its last divi- 
dend, had on hand a surplus of earnings over and above 
the amount of dividend ; and in some instances this 
surplus fund amounts to a full dividend of more than 
seven per cent, on their capital. The surplus of the 
several banks, is as follows ; — Phoenix and Branch, 
$82,699 73; Hartford, $105,589 89; Farmers and Me- 
chanics, $40,000 00; Exchange, $27,395 64 ; Connec- 
ticut River, $3,121 88; Middletown, $24,776 42; Mid- 
dlesex County, $5,344 74; East Haddam, $6,646 97; 
New Haven, $6,278 64 ; New Haven County, $14,000; 
City, $9,098 68; Mechanics, $15,167 99; Meriden, 
$4,354 19; Bridgeport, $17,400 54; Connecticut and 
Branch, $18,74132; Fairfield County, $8,167 86; 
Danbury, $4,916 70; Stamford, $5,119 36; Windham 
County, $2,288 94; Windham, $2,149 93; Thomp- 
son, $1,867 01; Tolland County, $9,568 82; New 
London, $3,747 26; Whaling, $4,801 19; Union, 
$10,400; Merchants, $6,862 97; Norwich, $4,769 12; 
Thames, $1,017 71; Quinebaug, $14,172 50; Jewett 
City, $1,830 ; Mystic, $3,652 96 ; Stonington, $7,575 52. 

The number of deposjtors in the Hartford Savings 
Bank on the first of April> was 8814. Amount depos- 
ited, $l,060,b81 01. Money deposited from April 1, 
1846, to April 1, 1847, $199,461 73; money with- 
drawn during same time, $167,807 87. The dividends 
for the year have been 5£ per cent. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 159 

There were 1571 new depositors for the year ending 
April 31, 1847. The several Savings Banks in the 
State are believed to be managed with fidelity, and the 
number of depositors is constantly increasing. 

PENSION AGENCY OF CONNECTICUT. 

Horace Goodwin, 2d, Agent. 

Henry Fowler, Clerk. 
Office adjoining Farmers and Mechanics Bank, in 
Hartford. 

Number of Pensioners in the State, 1100. 



Insurance Companies. 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Incorporated 1810. — Charter perpetual — Capital $150, 
000; with power of increasing it to $250,000. 

This long established and well known Institution, has 
transacted a most extensive insurance business for more 
than thirty-seven years, throughout the United States 
and the British North American provinces. It has aim- 
ed to secure public confidence, by an honorable and faith- 
ful fulfillment of its contracts; and owners of property 
are assured that all fair claims for loss under its policies 
will be liberally adjusted and promptly paid. Public 
Buildings, Manufactories, Mills, Machinery, Dwelling 
Houses, Stores, Merchandise, Household Furniture, 
Vessels on the stocks or while in port, &c, &c, will be 
insured at rates as low as the risk will admit. The 
following gentlemen constitute the 

Board of Directors. — Eliphalet Terry, Esq., President 

Samuel H. Huntington, Albert Day, James Goodwin, 
Henry Keney, Hezekiah Huntington, Junius S. Mor- 
gan, Charles Boswell, Calvin Day. 

Jamks G. Bolles, Secretary. 

Christopher C. Lyman, Assistant Secretary. 

Applications for Insurance may be made directly to 
the office of the Company at Hartford, or to its Agents 
in the principal towns and cities of the Union. 



160 INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

PROTECTION FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE 
COMPANY, HARTFORD. 

No. 8 Exchange Buildings. 
Capita] 200,000 Dollars. 
Continue to insure on the most favorable terms. 
Directors. — Daniel W- Clark, William W. Ells- 
worth, Charles H. Northam, William Kellogg, Lemuel 
Humphrey, Benjamin W.Greene, Willis Thrall, Ellery 
Hills, William A. Ward, John Warburton, Elisha Peck, 
Thomas Belknap, A G. Hazard. 

Daniel W. Clark, President. 
Wm. Conner, Secretary. 

JETNA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, HARTFORD. 

Directors. — Thomas K. Brace, Samuel Tudor, Joseph 
Pratt, James Thomas, Ward Woodbridge, Joseph 
Church, Silas B. Hamilton, Frederick Tyler, Robert 
Buel Miles A. Tutile, Ezra White, Jr., John L. Bos- 
well, Ebenezer Flower, Eliphalet A. Bulkeley, Roland 
Mather, Edwin G. Ripley, S. S. Ward. 
Thomas K. Brace, President. 
Simeon L. Loom is, Secretary. 
Annual eleci ion in June. 
Capital Stock, $200,000. 
Office, No. 58, State-street, 

HARTFORD COUNTY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE 
COMPANY. 

Charles Shepard, President. 

R. A. Erving, Secretary. 

James Ward, Treasurer. 
Annual Meeting in September. 
Office, No. 182£ Main-street. 

THE AMERICAN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 
COMPANY, NEW HAVEN- 

Chartered May Session, 1847. 
Annual Meeting first Wednesday in January. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 161 

Capital $50,000, w ith liberty to increase to $100,000. 
Trustees, New Haven. — Benjamin Silliman, Henry- 
Peck, Eli W. Blake, John W. Fitch, Caleb Mix, Lucius 
R. Finch, Willis Bristol, John Durric, Lewis B. Judson, 
James Punderford, James E. English, Sherman W- 
Knevals, Norris Wilcox ; NevKYork, Francis W. Ed- 
munds, William P. Miller, Ambrose L Jordon, Russell 
Smith, David Banks; Brooklyn, Cyrus P. Smith, 
George Hall. 

Benjamin Silliman, President 

Vice President. 

Benjamin Noyes, Secretary. 
Caleb Mix, Treasurer. ' 
Pliny A. Jewett, M. D. Medical Examiner. 
Located at New Haven. 

MUTUAL SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW 
HAVEN. 

Chartered May 1841. Organized in 1844. 

Capital Stock, $100,000. 

Theron Towner, President. 

Philip S. Galpin, Secretary. 

Directors. — Theron Towner, Nathan Peck, Jr., John 

Bradley, Russell Hotchkiss, Willis Bristol, James E. 

English, William Lewis, Jr., John English, Lucius R. 

Finch. 

Annual Meeting 1st Monday in July. 

NEW ENGLAND HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY, 
NORWICH. 

Joel W. White, President. 

David Smith, Vice President. 

William P. Eaton, Secretary. 

John G. Huntington, Treasurer. 

E noch C. Chapman, General Agent. 
Directors.— Joel W. White, David Smith, John C. 
Holland, Warren Lovell, Rufus L. Tanning, W. M. 
Converse, Sanford B. Meech, Giles M. Eaton, Charles 
Thurber. 

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162 INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



NORWICH FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Charles Robinson, President. 

Joseph Williams, Secretary. 

Directors. — Charles Johnson, Lewis Hyde, William 

Williams, Joseph Williams, J. G. W. Trumbull, Jede- 

diah Huntington, Thos. Williams 2nd., John Brandegee, 

Walter Lester. 

Annual meeting, 1st Wednesday in January. 

NORWICH MUTUAL ASSURANCE COMPANY. 

Jabez Huntington, Treasurer. 

Frederick Miner, New London, Assistant Treasurer. 

Henry B. Tracy, Secretary 

Annual meeting, 2d Monday in January. 

NEW LONDON MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Capital Stock, $100,000. 
Chartered May, 1847. 
Directors.— Coleby Chew, Benjamin Brown, Henry 
P. Haven, Lyman Allyn, Eiias Perkins, Thomas Fitch, 
2d. j Thomas W. Williams, 2d. 

Coleby Chew, President. 
Edward H. Learned, Secretary. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE 
COMPANY, NORWICH. 

John G. Huntington, President. 

John De Witt, Secretary, and Treasurer. 

MIDDLESEX MUTUAL ASSURANCE COMPANY 
MIDDLETOWN. 

Samuel Cooper, President. 
Wm. Woodward, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Insurance Co. Middletown. 

INSURANCE' AGENCY IN NEW HAVEN. 

Hartford Fire Insurance Co. 

Caleb Mix. AgeiU, 



SOCIETIES. 163 

WASHINGTON TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY, NORWICH. 

Uriah Tracy, President. 

Dudley A. Summers, Vice President. 

Francis J. Champlin, Recording Secretary. 

C. B. Lyman, M. D., Treasurer. 

George W. Bentley, Corresponding Secretary. 

CONNECTICUT WASHINGTON TOTAL. ABSTINENCE 

SOCIETY. 

Annual Meeting in November. 

Austin F. Williams, Farmington, President. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER ^F RECHABITES. 

Officers of Connecticut District No. 2, elected May, 

1847. 
Abel T. Sizer, New London, D. P. C. R. 
James B. Crosby, of Hartford, D. C. R. 
E. C. Kirtland, of Bridgeport, D. D. R. 
R. B, Perkins, of Meriden, D. R, S., pro tern. 
Annual Meeting in May. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FEL.L.OWS. 

Grand Lodge of Connecticut. 
John Greenwood, Jr., of Bethel, G. M. 
Junius M. Willey, of Stonington, D. G. M, 
Annual Meeting, 2d Wednesday in July. 
Semi-annual Meeting 2d Wednesday in January. 

GRAND ENCAMPMENT OF ODD FELLOWS. 

M. W. Munson A. Shepard, Grand Patriarch. 
Annual Meeting, Thursday following 2d Wednesday in 

July, at the Hall in the Temple, at New Haven. 
Semi-annual Meeting, Thursday following the second 

Wednesday of January, at the same place. 

(CONNECTICUT,) GRAND DIVISION OF THE SONS OF 
TEMPERANCE. 

Rev.A.L. Stone, of Middletown, G. W. P. 

A. L. Williams, of Brookfield, G. W. A. 

Annual Meeting at New Haven, 4th Thursday in Oct. 

Quarterly Meeting for 1848, at New Milford, 4th 

Thursday in January ; at Middletown, 4th Thursday in 

April ; at Hartford, 4th Thursday in July. 



164 RAILROAD COMPANIES. 

Wm. H. Stanley, Vice President. 

Gardner Morse, Secretary. 

E. S. Hubbard, Treasurer. 
Leverett Shepherd, William Jennings, Ezekiel Hayes, 
John Kennedy, Jacob Gould, Joseph Downs, Standing 
Committee. 



Railroad Companies. 

HARTFORD, NEW HAVEN AND SPRINGFIELD 

RAIL RO£D COMPANY. 

Incorporated 1833. 

Charles F. Pond, President. 

Horatio Fitch, Secretary. 

Willis M. Anthony, Agent at N. Haven- 

NEW HAVEN AND NORTHAMPTON COMPANY. 

(Canal and Rail Road.) 
Incorporated, (for Rail Road,) 1846. 
Annual Meeting, 3d Wednesday in January. 
Joseph E. Sheffield, President. 
Justin Redfield, Secretary, and Collector. 
Stephen D. Pardee, Treasurer. 
Henry Farnum, Engineer, and Superintendant. 
Directors— Joseph E. Sheffield, Henry Farnum, 
Henry Whitney, Harvey S. Hoadley, of New Haven ; 
Henry Kneeland, of New York. 

MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH COMPANY. 

Officers Elected July 6th, 1847. 

B. B. French of Washington, President. 

Directors. — Amos Kei dall, Washington ; George C 

Penniman, Baltimore; Merritt Canby, Willmington; 

George H. Hart, and William M. Swain, Philadelphia; 

John W. Norton, and Thomas M. Clarke, New York. 

George H. Hart, Philadelphia, Treasurer. 

Thomas M. Clark, New York, Secretary. 

George B. Prescott, New Haven, Manager. 



SOCIETIES. 165 

N. YORK AND N. HAVEN RAIL ROAD CO. 

Robert Schuyler, President. 
William King, Secretary. 

NORWICH AND WORCESTER RAIL ROAD CO. 

John C. Holland,*President. 
P. S. M. Andrews, Clerk. 

BOSTON AND STONINGTON RAIL ROAD CO- 

C. Vanderbilt, President, 
J. Rintoul, Secretary. 

HARTFORD COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Egbert Cowles, Farmington, President. 

F. A. Brown, Hartford, Recording Secretary. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 

Alfred S. Monson, M. D., President. 

Francis Gillett, Bloomfield, Corresponding Secretary. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Charles H. Pond, Milford, President. 

E. Huggins Bishop, Corresponding Secretary. 

NEW HAVEN POMOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 

Eli Tves, President. 
Virgil M. Dow, Secretary. 

LODGES. 

Masonic Grand Lodge of Connecticut. Horace 
Goodwin, 2d., G. M.; Eliphalet G. Storer, G. S. 

Grand R. A. Chapter of Connecticut. Benoni A. 
Shepherd, G. H. P. ; William E. Sanford, D. G. H. P- 

Grand Council of Select Masters. David Clark, 

G. P. ; Richard Fitzgerald, D. G. P. 

Grand Encampment of Knights Templars and 
appendant Orders. Eliphalet G. Storer, G. M. ; George 
Gidding, D. G. M. 

The Grand Lodge meets on the 2nd Wednesday of 
May, and the other orders on the day following. Alter- 
nately at New Haven and Hartford. — Meet in New 
Haven, May 1848, at the Hall in the Temple, 



166 OFFICERS OF THE CUSTOMS. 

NEW LONDON YOUNG MEN'S LIBRARY ASSOCIATION, 

William C. Crump, President. 

Henry P. Haven, first Vice President. 

Edward H. Learned, second Vice President. 

Hiram Willey, third Vice President. 

Joshua C. Learned, Treasurer. 

R. H. Chapell, Recording Secretary. 

H. W. Farnsworth, Corresponding Secretary. 

OFFICERS OF THE CUSTOMS. 

New Haven. N orris Wilcox, Collector ; Charles S, 
A. Davis, Surveyor ; John Galpin, Walter Osborne, 
Weighers and Guagers ; Elias Gilbert, Weigher and 
Measurer ; Samuel W. Wadsworth, Hezekiah Gorham, 
Inspectors ; John Colburn, Alfred Bassett, Night In- 
spectors; Matthew Bristol, Inspector, Derby; J. H. 
Bartholomew^-inspector, Stanford, and Sachem's Head ; 
George L. Dowd, Inspector, Guilford and Madison. 

Middletown. Philip Sage, Collector ; Leverett 
Hubbard, Deputy ; Daniel Burrows, Surveyor ; Wm. 
Willard, Surveyor, Saybrook ; Seth Belden, Surveyor" 
and Inspector, Hartford. 

New London. Thomas Mussey, Collector ; Elijah 
Ames, Deputy Collector; Perry Douglass, Surveyor; 
Henry Douglass, Inspector ; Epaphras Porter, Surveyor, 
Norwich ; Benjamin Pomeroy, Stonington, Collector. 
Ezra Chesebrough, Surveyor. 

GROTON MONUMENT ASSOCIATION. 

Elijah Bailey Esq., President. 
Vice Presidents. — Samuel Green, Nathan Johnson, 
Daniel Burrows, Joseph Eaton, Samuel F. Denison, 
Adam Larrabee, Benjamin F. Stoddard, Louis Bristol, 
Ozias Buddington, Lyman Allen, Wm. H. Law, John 
Hudson. 

Building Committee. — Adam Larrabee, Elijah Bailey, 
John Hudson, Joseph Durfey. 

John Hudson, Treasurer. 
Joseph Durfey, Secretary. 



GROTON MONUMENT. 



167 




168 GROTON MONUMENT. 

On the 6th of September, 1781, at the dawn of day, a 
numerous British fleet appeared at the mouth of New 
London harbor, and soon after, landed on each side of 
the river, about 1000 men. The division in Groton 
under command of Col. Eyre. The militia which had 
been stationed at Forts Griswold and Trumbull, were 
discharged a few days previously, u their times being 
out." This unfortunate fact being known by the enemy 
in New York, the notoriously infamous Benedict 
Arnold, proposed and commanded the expedition. 
Col. Ledyard, who commanded Fort Griswold, was in 
New London when the fleet first appeared, and on 
taking leave of a friend when about to pass over the 
river, said to him, " I will retain possession of the fort 
or perish." In the mean time 5 all the able, citizens of 
the village of Groton, and some from the neighboring 
towns, repaired to the fort, with strong arms and stouter 
hearts, to the number of about 120. The enemy having 
landed, about two miles from the fort, made a rapid 
approach, and demanded its surrendry, which was 
promptly refused ; the storming soon commenced, and 
the British were repulsed. Unfortunately the standard 
was cut away by a chance shot, and the enemy suppo- 
sing the fort had surrendered, returned ; who meet- 
ing an unexpected opposition, became more furious, 
broke through the palisades, which were very rotten, 
and the parapets being very low, the citizens poorly 
armed, and vastly outnumbered by the assailants, the 
fort was taken, after a resistance, under the circum- 
stances, almost unparalleled. Major Montgomery, who 
commanded the storming party, approached Colonel 
Ledyard, saying, " who commands this fort ?" The 
Colonel replied, " I did, but you do now" at the same 
time presenting the hilt of his sword. The Briton 
took it and immediately ran it through the Colonel's 
breast. Captain Peter Richards, of New London, who 
was near, immediately cut the ruthless Major down, 
and was soon after killed himself. Then commenced 
a ferocious and general slaughter of the Americans, 
who had surrendered. A few concealed themselves 
behind the chimneys of the barracks, and more fled 



GROTON MONUMENT. 169 

into the magazine, and were thus saved, by the fear 
of the enemy of being blown up, if they were fired 
upon. In this savage onslaught, sixty-one British and 
seventy-eight of our citizens were killed, and many 
wounded. 

The New London Gazette of the day, stated the num." 
ber of volunteers in the fort to be 120, consisting prin- 
cipally of heads of families. There was also a sergeant's 
guard of militia, who made their escape from Fort 
Trumbull. The conflagration of Groton and New Lon- 
don followed the massacre. The enemy then buried 
their dead, and embarked on board their fleet, accom- 
panied by the execrations of the widows and orphans 
made desolate and miserable by their barbarity. It was 
an act of infamy and savage ferocity, the remembrance 
of which will be as durable as the walls of the monu- 
ment. 

Pyramids, obelisks, and other magnificent structures 
have from earliest time been erected in commemora- 
tion of men distinguished for -their eminent patriotism, 
bravery, philanthropy or wisdom, not as a savory unc- 
tion to the dead, but that the youth of succeeding gen- 
erations might thereby be excited to emulate the virtues 
of their ancestors. With this object in view, the mon- 
ument on Mount Ledyard, on Groton Heights, was 
built, and may remain unshaken for thousands of years, 
growing more and more interesting in its tale of glory 
and woe", to beholders in all future time. 

The names of the slain, as follows, are inscribed on 
a marble slab, placed over the entrance door. 

Belonging to Groton, Lieut. Colonel William Led- 
yard, John Williams, Simeon Allen, Samuel Allen? 
Amos Stanton, Hubbart Burrows, Nathan Moor> 
Youngs Ledyard, Joseph Lewis, Henry Williams* 
Ebenezer Avery, John Lester, John Steadman, Daniel 
Avery, David Avery, Esq., Daniel Chester, Solomon 
Avery, Jasper Avery, Elisha Avery, Thomas Avery, 
David Palmer, Sylvester Wolworth, Philip Covil, Eze- 



170 GROTON MONUMENT. 

kiel Bailey, Jeremiah Chester, David Seabury; Henry 
Woodbridge, Christopher Woodbridge, Elnathan Per- 
kins, Luke Perkins, Luke Perkins, Jr., Elisha Perkins, 
Asa Perkins, Simeon Perkins, John Brown, John P. 
Babcock, Nathaniel Adams, Barney Kinne, Samuel 
Hill, Nathan Sholes, Joseph Moxley, Thomas Starr, 
Jr., Nicholas Starr, Moses Jones, Rufus Hurlbut, 
Balton Allen, Benadam Allen, Andrew Billings, Simeon 
Morgan, Patrick Ward, Christopher Avery, Jonas Les- 
ter, Edward Mills, Walter Lester, Thomas Miner, 
Andrew Bakejr, Solomon Teft, Joseph Wigger. 

Belonging to New London, Capt. Peter Richards, 
James Comstock, Richard Chapman, John Holt, Sam- 
uel Billings, John Clark, John Whittlesey, Stephen 
Whittlesey, Eliaday Jones, Jonathan Butler, William 
Comstock. 

Of Fort Trumbull, Daniel Williams, William Bolton. 

Belonging to Stonington, Enoch Stanton, Thomas 
Williams, Daniel Stanton. 

Belonging to Preston, John Billings. 

Belonging to Long Island, Capt. Ellis Henry Halsey. 

Negroes, Lambo Latham, Jordan Freeman. 

The structure is built of granite, of the vicinity. It as 
twenty-two feet square at the base, and 122 feet in 
height. 

UNITED STATES JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT, 

Supreme Court of the United States. 
Held at Washington, on the 1st Monday in December 

annually. 

Roger B. Taney, Chief Justice, Md. salary, $5,000 

John McLean, Asso. Justice, Ohio, do. 4,500 

Jas. M. Wayne, do. Geo. do. 4,500 

John McKinley, ao. Ala. do. 4,500 

John Catron, do. Tenn. do. 4,500 

Peter V, Daniel, do. Va. do. 4,500 

Samuel Nelson, do. N. Y. do. 4,500 

Levi Woodbury, do. N. H. do. 4,500 

Robert C. Grier, do. Penn. do. 4,500 

Nathan Clifford, Attor. General, Maine, do. 4,000 



UNITED STATES CALENDAR. 171 

Benjamin C. Howard, Reporter, Md. salary ] ,000 
William T. Carroll, Clerk, Wash. do. 1,000 

Alexander Hunter, Marshal. Wash. do. Fees&c. 

U. S. CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT COURTS IN 
CONNECTICUT. 

February, District — New Haven, 4th Tuesday. 

April, Circuit— New Haven, 4th Tuesday. 

May, District- Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 

August, District — New Haven, 4th Tuesday. 

September, Circuit— Hartford, 3d Tuesday. 

November, District — Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 
DISTRICT COURT OF CONNECTICUT. 

Andrew T. Judson, Judge; Charles A. Ingersoll, 
Clerk; Jonathan Stoddard, Attorney; Benning Mann, 
Hartford, Marshall; Walter - Harris, Hartford, S. L. 
Daboll, New London, Deputies. 

United States Calendar. 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, 

JAMES K. POLK, of Tennessee, President. 

Salary, $25,000 per annum. 

George M. Dallas, of Pennsylvania, Vice President. 

Salary, $5,000 per annum. 

THE CABINET. 

Salary. 

James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, Secretary of State, $0,000 

Robert J. Walker, of Mississippi, Secretary of Treasury, 0,000 

William L. Marcy, of New York, Secretary of War, 0,000 

John Y. Mason, of Virginia, Secretary of the Navy, 0,000 

Cave Johnson, of Tennessee, Postmaster General, 0,000 

Nathan Clifford, of Maine, Attorney General, 4,000 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 

Robert J. Walker, Secretary; James W. McCulloch, 1st 
Comptroller ; Albion K. Harris, 2d Comptroller ; William Collins, 
1st Auditor ; J. M. McCalla, 2d Auditor ; Peter Hagner, 3d Au- 
ditor ; Aaron O. Dayton, 4th Auditor ; S. Pleasanton, 5th Auditor ; 
William Selden, Treasurer ; Ransom R. Gillet, Register ; Michael 
Nourse, Chief Clerk ; Seth Barton, Solicitor ; James Shields, 
Commissary General ; Land Office — S. H. Laughlin, Recorder ; 
J. M. Moore, Chief Clerk. 



172 



CONGRESS. 



LIST OF UNITED STATES SENATORS. 

George M. Dallas, President of the Senate. 

Members. Term expires. Members. Term expires. 



ALABAMA. 




MICHIGAN. 




Arthur P. Bagby, 


1849 


Lewis Cass, 


1851 


Vacancy, 


1853 


Alpheus Felch, 


1853 


ARKANSAS. 




MISSISSIPPI. 




A. H. Sevier, 


1849 


Jefferson Davis, 


1851 


Chester Ashley, 


1853 


Henry S. Foote, 


1853 


CONNECTICUT. 




MISSOURI. 




John M. Niles, 


1849 


David R. Atchison, 


1849 


Roger S. Baldwin,* 


1851 


Thomas H. Benton, 


1851 


DELAWARE. 




NEW HAMPSHIRE. 




John M. Clayton,* 


1851 


Charles G. Atherton, 


1849 


Presley Spruance,* 


1853 


John P. Hale, 


1853 


FLORIDA. 




NEW JERSEY. 




J. D. Wescott, Jr. 


1849 


William L. Dayton,* 


1851 


David L. Yulee, 


1851 


Jacob W. Miller,* 


1853 


GEORGIA. 




NEW YORK. 




Walter S. Colquitt, 


1849 


John A. Dix, 


1849 


J. M. Berrien,* 


1853 


Daniel S. Dickinson, 


1851 


ILLINOIS. 




NORTH CAROLINA 




Sidney Breese, 


1849 


George E. Badger,* 


1849 


Stephen A. Douglass, 


1853 


W. P. Mangum,* 


1853 


INDIANA. 




OHIO. 




E. A. Hannegan, 


1849 


William Allen, 


1849 


Jesse D. Bright, 


1851 


Thomas Corwin,* 


1851 


IOWA. 




PENNSYLVANIA. 




Vacancy, 


1849 


Simon Cameron, 


1849 


Vacancy, 


1851 


Daniel Sturgeon, 


1851 


KENTUCKY. 




RHODE ISLAND. 




John J. Crittenden,* 


1849 


Albert C. Greene,* * 


1851 


Joseph R. Underwood,* 


1853 


John H. Clarke,* 


1853 


LOUISIANA. 




SOUTH CAROLINA. 




Henry Johnson,* 


1849 


A. P. Butler, 


1849 


S. U. Downs, 


1353 


John C. Calhoun, 


1853 


MAINE. 




TENNESSEE. 




John Fairfield, 


1851 


Hopkins L. Turney, 


1851 


James W. Bradbury, 


1853 


John Bell,* 


1853 


MARYLAND. 




TEXAS. 




James A. Pearce* 


1849 


Thomas J. Rusk, 


1851 


Reverdy Johnson,* 


1851 


Vacancy, 


1853 


MASSACHUSETTS. 




VERMONT. 




Daniel Webster,* 


1851 


William Upham,* 


1849 


John Davis,* 


1853 


Samuel S. Phelps, 


1851 



James M. Mason, 



CONGRESS. 173 

VIRGINIA. 

1851 Robert M. T. Hunter, 1853 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Robert C. Winthrop, Mass., Speaker. 

Geo. G. Dunn * Amos Abbott,* 

R. W. Thompson,* J. G. Palfrey,* 

Charles Hudson,* 
C. W. Cat heart, George Ashmun,* 

William Rockhill,-l O.Julius Rockwell,* 
iowa. John Q,. Adams,* 

William Thompson, Artemas Hale,* 
Shepherd Leffler,— 2. J. Grinnell,*— 10. 

KENTUCKY. MICHIGAN. 

Lynn Boyd, Robert McClelland, 

Samuel O. Peyton, Charles E. Stuart, 
B. L. Clark, 



ALABAMA. 

John Gayle,* 

Henry W. Hilliard,* John Pettit, 

S. W. Harris, 

William M. Inge, 

George S. Houston, 

William Achlin, 

F. W. Bowden.— 7. 

ARKANSAS. 

R. W. Johnson. — 1. 

CONNECTICUT. 

James Dixon,* 



Samuel D. Hubbard,* Aylett Buckner,* 
John A. Rockwell,* J. B. Thompson,* 
Truman Smith,* — 4. Green Adams,* 

Delaware. Garrett Duncan,* 
J. W. Houston.*—!. C. S. Morehead,* 



FLORIDA. 

E. C. Cabell,*—!. 

GEORGIA. 

Thomas B. King,* 
Alfred Iverson, 
John W. Jones,* 
Hugh A. Haralson, 
John H. Lumpkin, 
Howell Cobb, 
A. H. Stephens,* 



Richard French, 
J. P. Gaines*— 10. 

LOUISIANA. 

Emiie La Sere, 
B. G. Thibodeaux,* 
J. M. Harmanson, 
Isaac E. Morse — 4. 

MAINE. 

David Hammons, 
A. W. H. Clapp, 



Robert Toombs,*-8. Hiram Belcher,* 



ILLINOIS. 

Robert Smith, 
J. A. McClernard, 
Orlando B. Ficklin, 
John Wentworth, 



Franklin Clark, 
E. K. Sweet, 
James S. Wiley, 
H. Williams — 7. 

MARYLAND. 



W T m. A. Richardson, John G. Chapman,* 
Thomas J. Turner, J. D. Roman,* 



Am. Lincoln,* — 7. 

INDIANA. 

Elisha Embree,* 
Thomas J. Henley, 
J. L. Robinson, 
Caleb B. Smith,* 
Wm. W. Wick, 



T. W. Ligon, 
R. M. McLane, 
Alex. Evans,* 
J. W. Crisfield— 6. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

R. C. Winthrop * 
D. P. King,* 



K. L. Brigham— 3. 

Mississippi;. 
Jacob Thompson, 
W. S. Featherston, 
P. W.Tompkins,* 
A. G. Brown, — 4. 

MISSOURI. 

James B. Bowlin, 
John Jameson, 
James L. Green, 
W. P. Hall, 
J S. Phelps— 5. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Amos Tuck,* 
Charles H, Peaslee, 
James Wilson,* 
J. H. Johnson — 4. 

NEW JERSEY. 

J. G. Hampton,* 
W. A. Newell * 
Joseph Edsall, 
J. V. Dyke,* 
D. S. Gregory*— 5, 

NEW YORK. 

Frederick W. Lord, 
H. C. Murphy, 
Henry Nicoll, 
W T m. B. Maclay, 
F. F. Tallmadge,* 
D. S. Jackson, 
Wm. Nelson,* 



174 



CONGRESS. 



C. Warren,* 

D. B. St. John,* 

E. Sherrill,* 

P. H. Sylvester,* 
G. Reynolds,* 
J. I. Slingerland,* 
Orlando Kellogg,* 
Sidney Lawrence, 
Hugh White,* 
George Petrie, 
Joseph Mullin,* 
Wm. Collins, 
T. Jenkins, 
G. A. Starkweather, 
A. Birdsell, 
William Duer,* 
Daniel Gott * 
H. S. Conger,* 
Wm. T. Lawrence,* 
John M. Holley,* 
E. B. Holmes,* 
Robert L. Rose,* 
David Rum say,* 
Dudley Marvin,* 
Nathan K. Hall,* 
Harvey Putnam,* 
W. Hunt*— 34. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

T. L. Clingman,* 
N. Boyden,* 
D. M. Barringer,* 
A. H. Sheppherd,* 
A. W. Venable, 
J. R. J. Daniel, 
James J. McKay, 
R. S. Donnell,* 
David Outlaw*— 9, 

OHIO. 

James J. Farran, 
David Fisher,* 
R. C. Schenck,* 
R. S. Canby,* 
Wm. Sawyer, 
R. Dickinson, 



J. D. Morris, 
J. L. Taylor,* 
T. O. Edwards,* 
Daniel Duncan,* 
John K. Miller, 
S. F. Vinton,* 
Thos. Richey, 
Nathan Evans * 
William Kennon, 
John D. Cummins, 
George Fries, 
Samuel Lahm, 
John Crowell,* 
J. R. Giddings,* 
J. M.Root* — 21. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

L. C. Levin, 
J. R. Ingersoll,* 
Charles Brown, 
C. J. Ingersoll, 
John Freedly,* 
J. W. Hornbeck * 
A.R. Mcllvane,* 
John Strohm,* 
William Strong, 
Richard Brodhead, 
Chester Butler* 
David Wilmot, 
James Pollock,* 
George N. Eckert,* 
Henry Ness,* 
Jasper L. Brady,* 
John Blanchard,* 
Andrew Stewart,* 
Job Mann, 
John Dickey,* 
Moses Hampton,* 
J, W. Farreily,* 
James Thompson, 
A. Irvine* — 24. 

RHODE ISLAND. 

R. B. Cranston * 
B.B.Thurston— 2. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

James A. Black, 



Richard F. Simpson, 
J. A. Woodward, 
A. D. Sims, 
Artemas Burt, 
Isaac E. Holmes, 
R. B. Rhett— 7. 

TENNESSEE. 

Andrew Johnson, 
W. M. Cocke,* 
John H. Crozier,*] 
H. L.W.Hill, 
George W. Jones, 
J. H. Thomas, 
M. P. Gentry,* 
Washington Barrow* 
Lorenzo B. Chase, 
Frederick P. Stanton, 
Wm. T.Haskell*-ll. 

TEXAS. 

David S. Kaufman, 
T. Pilsbury— 2. 

VERMONT, i 

William Henry,* 
Jacob Collamer,* 
G. P. Marsh,* 
Lucius B. Peck,* — 4. 

VIRGINIA. 

Archibald Atkinson, 
Richard K. Meade, 
T. S. Flourney,* 
Thomas S. Bocock, 
William L. Goggin,* 
John M. Botts,* 
Thomas H. Bayly, 
R. T. L. Beale, 
John S. Pendleton,* 
Henry Bedinger, 
James McDowell, 
William B. Preston,* 
Andrew S. Fulton,* 
R. A.Thompson, 
Wm. G. Brown^l5. 

WISCONSIN. 

John H. Tweedy,*-!, 



Those marked thus ["*] arc Whigs. 



INDEX. 



Page. 
Academies, 

of Arts and Science, 120 

Bacon, 118 

Cheshire, Episcopal, 118 

Agricultural Society, 165 

Allotment of Judges, 33 

Almanac, 7-18 

American Bible Society, 118 

Tract Society, 118 

Home Miss. Society, 119 

Am. S. S. Union, 118 

Asylum, American, 89 

Attorneys at Law, 

Hartford County, 38 

N. Haven " 42 

N. London " 47 

Fairfield " 51 

Windham '« 55 

Litchfield " 59 

Middlesex " 62 

Tolland " 64 

Banks — Hartford County, 144 

N. Haven " 146 

N. London " 149 

Fairfield " 152 

Windham " 154 

Litchfield * 154 

Middlesex " 155 

Tolland lt 156 

Bank Commissioners, 156 

Directors on part of State, 156 

Bap. Education Society, 120 

Convention, 119 

Bible Soc'y, American, 118 

Bishops, 101-103 

Boroughs, 124-125 

Cities, 

Hartford, 122 

New Haven, 122 

New London, 123 

Norwich, 123 



Page, 

Middletown, 124 

Bridgeport, 124 

Clergy — Hartford County, 93 

New Haven " 95 

N. London " 96 

Fairfield « 97 

Windham •« 98 

Litchfield " 99 

Middlesex " 100 

Tolland " 100 

Coins— Table of Gold, 2 

Collectors of Moneys, 119 

Colleges— Yale, 111 

Trinity, 113 

Wesleyan, 115 

Committees of Senate, 20 

of H. of Rep's, 25, 26 

Commissioners, 

on Turnpike Roads, 65 



" Bridges, 
" Ferries, 
" Railroads, 
" Farm'g. Canal, 
Union Com'y, 



68 
68 
69 
70 
70 



" Retreat for Insane,70 

" Ack. of deeds 70 

" Banks, 156 

Congressional Districts, 71 

Congress of U. States, 173 

Connecticut Government, 

Executive, 19 

Legislative, 19 

Jud. and Civil, 33 

Temperance Society, 
Historical Society, 121 

County Courts and Officers, 
Judges of Probate & Jus- 
tices of Peace, 33 — 65 
Courts — Superior, Superior 
C. of Errors, and County, 
[see calendar pages.] 



INDEX. 



Page. 
Courts— U. States, 17 0—7 1 
Comptroller's Report, 75—78 
Districts — Senatorial, 72 

Congressional, 71 

Dist. Courts of Conn., 171 

Eclipses, 3 

Fund — Permanent, of State, 78 

School, 78 

General Hospital, 92 

Governors' Guards, 132 

Groton Monum ent, 166 

Hospital, General, 92 

His. Society, Connecticut, 121 
Insane Retreat, 91 

Institute — Theological, 116 

Baptist, 116 

Insurance Companies, 159-63 
Interest, Tables of, 2-5 

Judges Sup'r. and Supreme 

Courts, 33 

Justices of Peace, [see 

Counties,] 
Lodges, 163, 165 

Library Association, N. L. 166 
Militia, 132-143 

Medical Society, 79-89 

Mileage Rule, 6 

Miss. S., Amer. Home, Ct. 119 
Mutual Aid Association, 163 
Nat. Hist. Society— Yale, 121 
N. H. Horticultural Society, 165 
Notaries Public, 73-75 

Orheers of the Customs, 166 
Pomological Society, 165 

Postage Rates, 1 08 

Post Offices and Masters, 103 
Hartford County, 103 
New Haven '* 104 



Page. 

New London " 104 

Fairfield « 105 

Windham « 106 

Litchfield " 106 

Middlesex « 107 

Tolland « 108 

Philological Society, 120 

Probate Judges, (see counties.) 

Railroads, 164 

Commissioners on, 

Retreat for the Insane, 91 

Representatives, State, 21 

Report, Bank Comm'er's 157 

Comptroller's 75-78 

Senate, State, 19 

Sheriffs &c; (see counties.) 

Senatorial Districts, 72 

Sunday School Union, 118 

Surveyors of Land, 121 

Table of Interest in all States, 5 

" " at 6 per cent, 2 

" Gold Coins, 2 

Tide Table, 4 

Trustees, Mis. So., 119 

Telegraph, 164 

Town Officers, 126-131 

United States Calendar, 171 

Executive, 171 

Cabinet, 171 

Treasury, 171 

Representatives, 173 



Senators, 
Votes for State officers, 
for Senators, 
for Governor by co's 
for Members of Cong. 
Washingtonian Societies, 
Yale Nat. Hist. Society, 



172 
27 
28 
31 
32 
163 
121 



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